Just a quick share of my most recent favorite photo ever… A smiling dog
Family, friends, food, drink, singing, dancing, Central Oregon sunshine (and a thunder/lightening/hail storm)… I could say a million things about this wedding, but I just want to post the photos so I’ll leave it at that. This wedding was almost completely DIY by the Nerpel and Glover families and it was a beautiful day!!! Enjoy your sneak peek! I love you guys!
This wedding was so sweet, intimate, and awesome that I don’t know where to start. Hannah’s mom contacted me a few months back about photographing her daughter’s destination wedding to Timberline Lodge. Although the couple is from another part of the country, they met on the Pacific Crest Trail and thought getting married at the base of Mount Hood was perfectly fitting. Turns out they were right! Timberline in the summer is breathtaking. On this particular day, the low clouds fell just below the lodge which gave it a feeling of floating in the clouds. The wildflowers were in bloom and everything was so pretty. Especially the bride in her simple and flowing gown, bouquet of wildflowers, and long braided hair. I love all weddings, but there is something truly special about such a sweet, meaningful ceremony surrounded by only a handful of close family and friends. We had a great time hiking up to the actual Pacific Crest Trail (have I mentioned I love when people are adventurous in their formal wear???), posing with some hikers, posing in front of the PCT sign which the sister of the bride went to GREAT lengths to ensure was there and looking perfect before our photos, climbed some rocks, did some off trail hiking; all in all it was a wonderful formal photo session with great results!
Enjoy the sneak peek! Feel free to save and use these images as long as the logo is uncropped. If you are a Facebook User, be sure to “like” www.facebook.com/studio623photography to get an update when the whole gallery is ready (it will be linked here a little later today)
I was able to take some formal wedding photos for Andy and Jessie during their wedding this past weekend at Mountain View Weddings in Sandy, Oregon. One unique thing about this couple and myself is that we share a wedding anniversary date of July 20th! As such, I covered a shorter amount of time than normal (just enough to capture formal photos and the ceremony) before leaving for dinner with my husband of 6 years now and leaving the newlyweds in the hands of another photographer they had covering the reception. Another unique thing is that I found out during formal photos that Andy’s parents were teachers at the high school I attended; such a small world. I had fun with this couple and their friends exploring the property at Mountain View and enjoying a beautiful day in the country!
I had a great time with these brand new parents the other day while we captured some photos of their baby girlThere is something about the first baby and the way that they change your whole world that is just so very specialThis little girl was awesome in front of the lens. Slept and posed like a proEnjoy your sneak peek!