Happy beyond words.
Once upon a time…
I had the opportunity to photograph a gorgeous girl – we shot her senior portraits. It was my pleasure to photograph her again, this time to document her wedding day.
Many would say a wedding is made in the details. The details of Aimee & Matt’s wedding were pretty much perfect.
A gorgeous outdoor location complemented by warm and sunny weather.
The bride’s bouquet, courtesy of her sister-in-law, who designed all the floral pieces for the wedding.
Their cake was a lovely piece that matched the rest of the decor perfectly.
I loved seeing the happiness these two already share.
One of my favorite shots from the day – just look at the adoration in her eyes.
The last shots of the day.
Matt & Aimee, I had a great time at your wedding and it was my pleasure to capture all of the magical moments you shared with your friends and family! Thank you so much for inviting me to be your photographer!
(More shots from the wedding can be seen here)
So, about a year ago, I photographed the Vest’s civil ceremony. That was the beginning of what has become a good friendship – I love spending time with these two!
So on Saturday, October 12th, I had the pleasure of photographing them again, this time after they were sealed in the Idaho Falls Temple for time and all eternity.
Such a joy, seeing the love these two have for each other.
Lovely details. The bride’s dress was hand sewn (and gorgeous!)
Congratulations, you two. Thank you for the privilege of photographing your second special day 🙂
(more photos can be found here)
My first wedding of the summer!
The gorgeous bride.
Seriously, I don’t think it’s possible for her to take a bad picture!
Their joy and happiness was infectious.
They’ll kiss with everybody looking on…they don’t care!
But don’t worry, their families let them have their privacy, too 😉
The reception was lovely, too.
Harwoods, it was a lovely experience photographing your wedding. Congratulations!
More pictures can be seen here.
It was a windy, rainy day.
But their hearts, and the hearts of their families, were filled with sunshine.
(The bride designed her dress. It was gorgeous!)
The bride is part Polynesian, so they were greeted with leis as they came out of the temple after their sealing.
A closeup of her gorgeous flowers…
Such troopers to tromp around in the rain with me so I could get their shots.
The reception was lovely, too. There were loads of these beautiful paper flowers everywhere, which had been handmade by members of the bride’s family.
These kinds of shots are probably so outdated hardly anyone does it anymore, but I love doing them.
This is a favorite of mine from the whole day.
Congratulations, Dougals! It was truly a pleasure to photograph your day.
More can be seen here.
This weekend I had the privilege of shooting my aunt’s wedding. They generously paid for my flight down to San Antonio (I live in SE Idaho) and let me stay with them. The wedding was Saturday March 10th, a gray and gloomy day outside. But inside, the warmth and the love made everything bright.
Thank you, Will & Rebecca, for allowing me to be a part of your beautiful day.
For more pictures, click here.