Leena and her bridesmaids
We had a great Autumn and Winter so far, which includes our daughter’s wedding to a most wonderful man.
Here’s some of our more recent adventures
Dereck’s dad surprised him the morning of his wedding
Several of our couples are starting to go with “The First Look”. They have their first look before the wedding and makes (I think) for a more special first look and gives them a few minutes to savor the moment.
Leena had lots of ideas for the photos and poses she wanted. We like our clients to have a very good idea of what they want to memorialize their most special day.
Dereck had his own style of walking up the isle.
We enjoy taking lots of photos of all things wedding; Shoes, Flowers, Rings..
Ruth and Scott were a great couple; lots of fun to work with. They had a reception geared to the fun for their guests. Great Party
Just at Sunset
I loved the joy they celebrated that day
The venue was beautiful
I like getting in close for close ups during this most special moment between them as they dance their first of many dances together.
Michael and Michelle had a beautiful wedding. No one expected rain in November, in AZ but there we were :) Most of the after ceremony photos had to be taken in the reception site.
Red is a beautiful color for weddings and makes for (I think) beautiful photos.
Dad walks his youngest daughter down the isle.
It was getting colder
Mom takes a moment with one of her sons after the ceremony
One of our favorite poses is for the bride and groom to take a moment to look at their ring.. The symbol of all the great days ahead.
Molly and Randy had a beautiful ceremony with a small close knit family reception.
Many of our couples have a preference for black and white images.
Many times I like to pose our clients without them paying any attention to me. Our clients are very good natured about my requests to pose this way and pretend we’re not here!
Another Groom willing to spend a moment on his ring.. Such a beautiful couple.
Now this couple, did not want to take off their new rings. I loved it! We agreed to do this photo while he still had his ring on his finger.
This venue had a beautiful area for after ceremony photos.
A flower girl ponders her own future?
Brandon and Amanda decided not too long before their wedding to go with the first look. They also had lots of great ideas for poses they liked. We always encourage our clients to google wedding photos to get ideas.
Amanda was a beautiful bride.
Their videographer asked them to walk over by the water; we took the opportunity to catch a few candid photos of them.
We had a fun wedding party who posed for all the different types of poses we came up with, with good nature.
A pose many of our brides enjoy
A beautiful couple in a beautiful location
Amanda and Brandon’s wedding was our second of three weddings for their families that we’ve enjoyed photographing.
This pose was Amanda’s idea. We later did the same pose for her brother’s wedding a month later.
Often times the groom and his groomsmen are not real comfortable having their picture taken. Brandon and his groomsmen had lots of ideas. One shot, not in this blog, was to incorporate a toy nerf gun they’d been playing with during the day.
A beautiful day for this couple
These guys make it look easy :)
We’ve learned there are so many ways to take pictures of our couples’ rings. The bride had a strawberry (her late grand father’s favorite fruit) incorporated into her bouquet.
More of our autumn/winter weddings to follow.
Thanks for stopping by.
Paul and Betty