When Jessie told me she was getting married she immediately followed it up with the words, “…and you’re our wedding photographer.” “Great!” I replied, “When is it?” “Well, I’m not sure that we want to have one….”
When Jessie told me they were thinking of being married in an intimate mountaintop ceremony in the town that Nate works in every winter in Alaska, I about melted to the floor.
Emphatically YES TO ALL OF IT.
Big thanks to the crew and staff that Nate works with who housed us, fed us, and entertained us that week while we wandered the streets of Cordova, the rain forest nearby and the glaciered peaks of the area. I had such an amazing time staring at otters, photographing eagles, and generally just stuffing my face with halibut.
I have a ton of photos from our week in Cordova, but I’ll leave you today with Jessie and Nate’s Alaska destination wedding photos only.
It’s always a nice reminder of how awesome all my clients are when some of my past work is published, and this intimate Napa wedding published on The Knot last week is no exception. I continue to be so thankful that I was connected with Tracey and Adam. They are such an amazing couple, so fun to hang out with and now, adding to their family. I’m hoping to head down to New Orleans later this year to celebrate their newborn with a portrait session for them.
If you’d like to check out Tracey and Adam’s original wedding post on my site, you may do so via this link.
You can see their entire post at the Knot published last week via this link.
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My friends Tracey and Adam are in Napa this week on vacation, fitting as they were married this very week last year at a private estate there and hired me as their Napa wedding photographer. Tracey and Adam found me on Thumbtack and to this day, I feel so fortunate to have them in my lives. They are vivacious, fun, wine-loving people destined for a life of win and awesome. I’m thrilled that as an extra little anniversary present (as if a return trip to Napa wasn’t enough), Borrowed and Blue Napa featured their wedding on their blog!
Head over to Borrowed and Blue Napa via this link to see Tracey and Adam’s intimate Napa wedding featured.
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Tracey and Adam remain some of my favorite clients of all time. I make it a point to connect with them every time I visit New Orleans and I feel super lucky to have these two gorgeous fun wine loving people in my life. In a funny turn of events, their fall Napa wedding at a private estate from last year was published not once, but twice, in one day.
You can revisit Tracey and Adam’s awesome afternoon over at The Budget Savvy Bride and A Golden Locket today.
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