Relationships rarely unfold the way that we expect them to and that can certainly be said for Jay and Montse! He was living in Washington and she in Chile when they met online. They immediately fell for each other and after 8 long months, they finally met in person when Jay flew down to South America to meet Montse and her family.
Backyard weddings highlight so much of what I love about this job. It can be so easy to get caught up in a hundred little details when planning a wedding and lose sight of the things that really matter. Lilly and Colin built the whole day to perfection.
Eileen and Corey have a love that feels like well – it’s deep and solid. It’s a love you can count on. When they first booked us in 2019 we got excited to hear that they were embarking on camper life and then a pandemic hit while they were on the road and their love got an opportunity to grow and form roots not in anything but each other.. These are people that love hard and make everything an adventure.
For their wedding they decided upon a small ceremony in the round, on their family’s land, donning a carefree dress and a custom suit complete with bolo tie.
Jana and Brian had recently gotten married but weren’t able to get photos of the actual wedding so Jana had the great idea to get all dressed up again and take some fun photos. We jumped up in my old studio and practiced our dance moves!
Hey there, lovebirds! If you’re planning your wedding or elopement, you may have heard of the concept of the “first look.” Traditionally, you and your partner would wait until the ceremony to see each other, but as weddings have changed, many couples are choosing to do a first look for many reasons. Let’s explore those here.
Alyssa + Justin When you’re in a beautiful place and have some time to kill on the beach the day before the wedding, what do you do? You grab the…