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I'm Stacie and I'm so happy you're here. This blog is a space where I get to share my work with you and offer advice, tips, and inspiration for your wedding and beyond.
After shooting some really fun engagement photos with Janaye and Mike (check them out here), the three of us were all really jazzed for their wedding day. However, amidst COVID-19 and other life things, having the wedding they had started planning was seeming impossible, and just getting married was more important to them, even if it was just quick and small. They decided to just get married with family and then have me shoot portraits of them later when the timing was better and COVID was on the decline.
Nicole and Ben had seen some snowy photos I had recently done and knew they wanted something similar for their engagement photos. We ended up deciding to shoot in Mt Hood area and the Columbia River Gorge in the same evening. We started at my favorite spot up by Mt Hood for some winter wonderland photos. Nicole came prepared with a stunning mink that used to belong to her grandmother. Paired with her long burgundy velvet dress it really made a statement! By the way, if you will be in snow, PLEASE wear shoes that make sense. There’s not need freeze your feet off when you can easily hide your boots under a long dress or better yet—embrace them as a fun accessory.
Like many couples in the summer of 2020, Andee and Drew made alternate plans to their wedding day due to COVID-19. What was going to be a big celebration turned into a party of four—Andee, Drew, their pup and I. We woke up early to do a sunrise hike at Coyote Wall in Columbia River Gorge.
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