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Kaila and Jason wanted their Las Vegas wedding to have a Modern Boho, yet chill vibe. By incorporating touches like sage, crystals, tarot cards, moroccan rugs and some dried floral details, I think they pulled it off seamlessly! You could tell this couple put in a lot of extra thought to the small details that are really what can take a wedding visually to the next level.
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!
Brooke and Damien had a gorgeous ceremony in Westport, Ireland at the the Westport Woods Hotel. As with most weddings in 2020 and 2021 plans changed multiple times—from Ireland, to Montana, then back to Ireland, the day finally came and these two had an amazing day, in the country they really wanted to get married in with their closest friends and family.
Conor and Anya wanted an intimate elopement that allowed them to focus on what they value and gave them space and time to feel truly present on their wedding day. They rented out an AirBnb on Sauvie Island in Portland, Oregon and invited just a three of their best friends—one of which officiated the ceremony.
There’s no question that beautifully arranged florals add a level of beauty and drama to a wedding or elopement that would be otherwise hard to achieve! But I can’t tell you how many weddings I’ve attended where at the end of the night, I watch beautiful table runners, center pieces and bouquets get thrown into 99 cent trash bags. It absolutely breaks my heart to see this. The wedding industry is wasteful. On average, a typical 6 hour wedding produces 400-600 pounds of waste! That’s crazy! Even if you’re eloping and keeping the waste down to a minimum, you can still find ways to recycle, donate, or rent flowers for your event to stay as eco-friendly as possible. Here I’ve compiled a list of 5 ways you can reduce your wedding flower waste.
What inspires you? For me, it’s color, texture, movement, and gorgeous light. When I see these things, I just feel a need to create—that’s what this styled shoot is.
When I met Jen from ShopJSK, a Indowestern fusion fashion brand, we were initially talking about shooting some mask product photos, but when I saw the dresses and suits that her company creates, I couldn’t help but feel inspired and asked if she would want to collaborate on a styled shoot of an elopement amongst the Pacific Northwest trees.
We gathered together a group of our friends to put together this gorgeously colorful shoot out in the forest. Velvet, jewels and ruffled sleeves were all part of the ensemble.
In her vows, Jonica said that ever since she was a girl, she dreamed of having a big, lavish wedding with the “whole nine yards” but as she grew up and when she met Brenden, she realized that really all she wanted was to find a guy like him who was the perfect fit for her
Big wedding plans got tossed aside with the rise of the COVID-19 pandemic with new plans to elope at Smith Rock State Park, an absolutely breath taking natural beauty in central Oregon.
I was recently inspired to do a picnic themed photo shoot in Peninsula Park. It’s high time for roses and a beautiful summer golden glow and I couldn’t pass it up! With the help of my new friends Margaret and Bo, we shot this beautiful session and it turned out more perfect than I could have imagined! We also had a platter made for us by The Platter Girl who blew us away with her stunning arrangement of cheeses, figs, meats, fruit, nuts, gummy bears and more!
After a killer engagement session with Annie and Ted in Walla Walla, WA I was SO looking forward to their wedding day.
They got ready at the historic Hotel Condon and then headed off to the ceremony site.
The small COVID friendly ceremony took place at Cottonwood Canyon State Park on a 100 degree day. Although a little sweaty, all attendees were in high spirits! The decor was simple but elegant, the perfect complement for an already beautiful backdrop.