Nick and Kelsey met in college at UNR and now reside in Las Vegas, NV. They were excited to wed in Lake Tahoe and their [...]
I found out after the fact that Kayla had given Bill pretty clear instructions: she needed to have her nails done and she wanted there [...]
These two. I adore them. I'm so thankful to call them friends now. They love music, and dancing, and laughter, and good food. They are [...]
Tom and Tori had Tahoe on their bucket list for ages. She was desperate to see the splendor that Tahoe has to offer: epic snow [...]
Brianna and Aaron's intimate daytime Aspen Grove wedding was a DIY affair and all their friends and family stepped in to make it special. Photos from their engagement session with me filled the tables and friends and family stepped up to fill all the vendor roles other than venue and catering.
When you grow up in New Orleans, no wedding is complete without a second line. A second line is basically a parade - the main line, or the first half, is the brass line. Those who follow the band are the second line.
Agnes and Laurence wanted to have a small, intimate celebration surrounded by friends and family. They wanted amazing food, lots of laughter, and great photos. I have to say, that when you are one of two vendors, it makes you feel incredibly unbelievably special.
DIY weddings can be difficult to pull off, but this crafty bride turned a bland building into a lush oasis at her Turtle Rock Park wedding.