Like most weddings this year, Covid greatly altered Andrea and Josh’s original wedding plans. Resulting in a location change and guest list adjustment. But these two love birds took the changes in stride and ended up with a backyard boho wedding that is what dreams are made of. Their stunning fall colors perfectly complimented all the boho details and everything came together just perfectly as they said they’re “I Do’s” on October 10th, 2020. It was bittersweet leaving their
Megan and Cory encountered nothing but obstacles on their journey to tie the knot. First, there was the COVID-19 pandemic which forced them to cut their guest list way down and find a new venue. Then just days before their "I Do's" California burst into flames flooding their second venues once stunning view with nothing but smoke. A third ceremony location was stumbled upon in the form of a stunning little meadow just a short walk from the reception venue. The groom, Cory put
Doug and Christine are living proof that love will fine away. Having know each other all the way back to when they where just tiny tots in kindergarten it was high time for them to tie the knot. Under the stunning iron vine wrapped arbor at Black Oak Casino in Tuolumne, California. Surrounded by their family these two promised each other forever. Followed by share laughs, amazing food, an MIA garter (who now lives in the light fixture) and an awesome dance party put on by Sou
Wedding photographer shopping is honestly one if the hardest things I’ve ever had to do. Maybe, it is because it’s my profession, but I think it’s more because I was armed with the right questions. Your wedding is one of the most important days of your life and you have one shot to get those photos right. I legit scoured my home state of California searching for photographers whose styles I liked. Once I got the list down to 25 photographers, I asked them each of these 8 ques
Hayley and Paul were already married at the dawn of their wedding day. On a trip to Canada, they had eloped, but upon returning home they felt as if something was missing. And as I helped them celebrate their union, surrounded them with love from their closest family and friends, I could see why. These two have so many great, genuine people rooting them on! They not only offered to help me, when I needed a boost to hang her gorgeous gown for the dress shot but made me feel li
I'M SO EXCITED! Last February I was just starting to brainstorm and structure my boudoir packages. I loved the idea and empowerment of such a shoot but quickly realize there where little to no photographers offering these amazing sessions in my area. So when the Sonora Wedding Faire rolled around in march I decided to raffle off a boudoir shoot which, not surprisingly, was very popular. Fast forward to now, I have 3 unique boudoir packages as well as custom packages!
You would think that hiring professionals would be a no-brainer, but this isn’t always true. With the new smart phone's camera specs more amazing than ever, and more affordable DSLR cameras hitting the market it might seem like a reasonable idea to pass on hiring a pro photographer to document your wedding day. Sometimes you just want to spend as little as possible, and so you resort to trying to find “alternatives” for the usual wedding services. And some of these “alternat
Wedding planning can become very overwhelming very, very fast. Real or fake flower? What flavor cake? Your third cousin, twice removed keeps asking if she can bring all six of her kids... Naturally, you're going to have some questions when it comes to your photographer. To avoid the meltdown I've compiled a list of frequently asked questions to help you get started. These questions are the ones all the major wedding blogs tell you to ask your potential wedding photographer. S