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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.
When it came time to plan their wedding day, Kelsey and Danny wanted to remain laid back and down to earth but still have their ceremony space look gorgeous. They picked a great venue with Gorge Crest Vineyards which boasts one of the best views of Mt Hood that any wedding venue has to offer! This almost guarantees your photos are going to have the ‘wow’ factor!
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.
When Joey contacted me about surprising his girlfriend Molli with a proposal, I knew it was going to be a good one. I could just tell from the email how excited Joey was to propose and loved seeing how much thought and effort he was putting into it. Our original plan to shoot in Forest Park on the Redwood Deck didn’t pan out due to availability, I think it worked out in our favor, as the waterfall we ended up choosing was beautiful and the stop we made by Mt Hood at the end of the session was perfect at sunset.