A few of my favorites from this pre-Christmas shoot.
What a sweet shoot with this family at Healing with Horse Ranch.
This family had seen my photos of Flitch Coffee on my coffee website roasterreview.com and wanted to have their Christmas shoot there.
Just a few favorites from a recent shoot with this lovely family and doggo.
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This wedding and all those involved was an absolute blast. The bridal party was one of my favorites in a long time, and they bought me way too many shots:)
These adorable ceremony photos are brought to you by what the "minister" called the "second most disruptive photographer he's ever worked with." Meaning, a client has hired me to get lovely shots of their ceremony, and this ELCA "minister" must've been upset that I'm 6'3? I'm still not quite sure what I've done, because in my 50+ weddings shooting the same way, I've never had an issue, but apparently I was "stealing their show". Upon interviewing many of the bridal party and others, I actually disrupted nothing - but I found it humorous that he felt 'called' to pull me aside immediately after the ceremony, nevertheless ;) Thanks buddy - you've stolen the show of this particular section of this blog ;)
We were rushing the sunset photos a bit too close, but we made it to a lovely location just in time.
This dance turned up more than the majority of dances, so enjoy those pics. I'm sure all you hungover individuals will appreciate these.
The last section of the blog is the drunkest of the wedding party. Here are your winners :)
I hope you liked the photos, and if you need your wedding or engagement pics taken, send me a message!
Ryan's goal was to make the engagement shoot the shortest it could be, and at the same time have Megan be happy with the photos. Hopefully we accomplished both. Also, dogs during engagement shoots seem to be only focused on rabbits. Have a look!
It was wonderful meeting this couple the other night. Throughout the whole session, Aaron kept leaning in to say, "I love you, babe."
Joe + Lacey had the perfect weather for their big day. It wasn't too hot, it was cloudy for the majority of the day, and most importantly - it didn't rain. A gorgeous outdoor ceremony, an amazing sunset, some drunk groomsmen, and a guy that didn't take a bad picture no matter how many I shot of him throughout the day or on the dance floor. These things will be in the blog, and it's a long one.
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Also, special thanks to whoever this gal is for keeping Joe hydrated and giving me a subtle scowl after I bought him his second shot of fireball during the dance ;)
And here's the section for the drunkest groomsman award.
And the section for the groomsman who never appeared poorly in a photo.
I hope you enjoyed the photos. Feel free to share the blog, and if you're engaged or know someone who is, message me.
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