I photographed all the details while Brooke got ready with her gals, popping champagne, and munching on her favorite food, fried chicken. Soon it was time for the festivities to begin. Brooke’s dress was stunning; so simple with drop satin sleeves and adorable white pumps, while Ryan went full 3-piece suit on us. He looked absolutely dashing.
Wedding’s that ooze the couple’s personality are always my favorite. Neither of Molly or Bobby had ever been to a wedding before which I think was such a blessing. They had zero expectations and were truly just ready to party. Like Molly’s fringe-lined bridal robe, these two do everything in style!
Shooting at the Grand Canyon with these two was such a dream. I honestly can’t believe how perfect they look, as if painted onto the backdrop. The breeze would pick up Alana’s veil while Brian was gazing at her lovingly; I was squealing inside.
While family photos might not seem like the highlight of the wedding day, they are some of the most cherished images. Capturing the best family photos just takes a few extra steps of preparation.
I thought the engagement session was so perfectly, them. Cozy, fashionable, and romantic. We shot at Buffalo Park in Flagstaff with champagne, a woven blanket, and lots of love in tow. There are so many in-between moments I managed to photograph from this session that have so much heart. These two melt my heart!
Through all the events I’ve photographed, I’ve come up with my own ideas for the perfect songs for your first dance with your new partner.
They met in 2017 at a vegan restaurant in Minneapolis, completely by chance. They had a mutual friend and bumped into each other that day. Sara was apparently already smitten. As luck would have it Bonnie soon saw Sara on a dating app and recognized her from their meet cute just a few days prior. And as they say, the rest was history.