We love everyone’s expressions, and hands where people are engaged in the fun, instead of worrying about trying to take a good photo! It’s so refreshing to have an entire wedding day documented where guests are truly, fully present, without looking so hypnotized by their mobile devices!
Here are some photos I took from our trip to Stanley, Idaho at the very tail end of July! Such beautiful country, in the middle of nowhere, town of like 60-something people.
If your Pinterest wedding planning board is drowning in a sea of anything “rustic wedding”, sometimes it’s a pain in the butt to figure out how to make your wedding country or rustic. It seems like everyone is having a rustic wedding, but maybe you want your wedding to stand out somehow other than the typical burlap decor.
Check out Jon & Alistair’s red & white snowy wedding day at Danversport Yacht Club in Massachusetts. The snow was unexpected for this Spring wedding, but we had fun!
It was the most amazing thing to actually photograph my first East Coast wedding in Boston THREE DAYS after my cross-country trip from Oregon. Even more amazing is that the lovely couple Sara and Jeff met eachother at chiropractor’s school in Portland, Oregon!