Hideout Wedding | Kirkwood, CA | Nicole + David

By |January 3rd, 2022|wedding|

There's something so magical and incredibly unusual about living in a town where it's sometimes snows so much that two cars cannot drive down one road at the same time. When the snow banks that are taller than your car it feels both eerie and thrilling. When the street lights shine on new snow while you're driving down a quiet dark nighttime road, you get straight up fucking giddy because you know what it's like to jump off of a cliff into powder and whether you landed or not, it's still an exhilarating experience. This may seem like a strange way to start out a wedding blog, but I know that Nicole and David completely understand THIS feeling acutely. It's a passion for exploration and adventure and the shared experience that Tahoe provides.

Edgewood Tahoe Wedding | Amanda + Luke

By |December 6th, 2021|wedding|

Sometimes I get things REALLY wrong and Luke and Amanda's Edgewood Tahoe wedding was one of these things.  I had a preconceived expectation for their event: I didn't think it was going to be very rowdy, I didn't expect them to be big partiers AT ALL, and over all I just sort of expected this quiet very subdued fancy pants Edgewood wedding. BOY WAS I WRONG. Read all about it the big surprise of the night here!

Plumpjack Inn Wedding | Sonni + Forest | Olympic Valley, CA

By |November 22nd, 2021|wedding|

There was dancing and there was singing. And then there was more dancing and then there was more singing. And ultimately, there was dancing and singing all over the place at an absolutely hilarious and epic Plumpjack Inn Wedding. The only thing we could have used less of: ..... wind. Did you think I was going to say "dancing and singing"?? NEVER. There's never too much of that!

The anti-wedding: five things to do with your money instead of having a big wedding

By |November 8th, 2021|Elopement, microwedding, Tips, wedding, Wedding Planning|

From the travel bugs to the homebodies, there are a ton of things you can do with the money you've saved for that giant wedding that you may no longer want to throw. You desperately want to get married, but planning a wedding during a global pandemic is, well, still not fun. Maybe you’ve postponed it (maybe even multiple times), rescheduled it, or downsized, but if you’re just plain done with the constant change of plans, here are some suggestions of things to do instead of having a big wedding.

Jimbo’s On the Point Wedding | Michelle and Jeff

By |November 1st, 2021|wedding|

The beauty of a destination wedding is that it feels like a vacation with all of your favorite people together.  The beauty of a summer camp destination wedding is that all of your favorite people are together in the same place at a SUMMER CAMP.  And when I say that there is nothing better than adult summer camp, you should believe me.  The tl:dr of this post is that Michelle and Jeff did it 100% right with their Jimbo's Club on the Point wedding in upstate NY and I loved all of it.

Three things you need to consider when planning a 2022 wedding

By |October 11th, 2021|wedding, Wedding Planning|

From the need to downsize and change timelines—sometimes at a moment’s notice—you can say that wedding planning has become much more involved. Industry trend reports are predicting a staggering record number of 2022 weddings. Here are three things you probably haven’t thought of (that you definitely need to) while you're planning a 2022 wedding.

Woods Walk Wedding | Crested Butte, CO | Abby + David

By |September 20th, 2021|wedding|

It's been an emotional year and I have to say, it's been quite possibly my most favorite year of work as a wedding photographer ever. Every single of one my major weddings so far in 2020 has been ones that were rescheduled or postponed due to covid. Every single one of them has been an incredibly unique, boisterous and otherwise joyous celebration in every way.  Abby and David's Woods Walk wedding in Crested Butte, CO was nothing short of spectacular and equally memorable in every way.

Debunking 5 wedding myths and superstitions

By |August 30th, 2021|Tips, wedding, Wedding Planning|

There are hundreds of myths and superstitions to keep you preoccupied during your wedding day and as soon as you start planning, everyone, and I do mean EVERYONE, is going to have an opinion on how you run your day. I’m debunking five of the most common wedding myths and superstitions to help keep your stress low, because on your day, the only thing you should feel beholden to is your partner. Seriously, don’t stress about having “something blue” if you don’t even like the color just because your mother is convinced you need to.

Dayton Backyard Wedding | Tricia + Tracy

By |August 22nd, 2021|LGBT, wedding|

Tricia and Tracy only hired me for a few hours for their Dayton backyard wedding, but those few hours were nothing short of hilarious spectacular joy.  There may have been oppressively relentless 102 degree heat in the desert, wild fire smoke caking the mountain views, and crying uncomfortable children (#lifeishard), but the rest of us had the greatest time ever.  More from this boisterous LGBTQ microwedding here!

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