If we could go back in time, and make a day last forever, Goundhog Day style, I think I’d give this one another whirl or two or four. From the beautiful weather with skies changing by the hour, the mountains and crystal blue lake, to the amazing company and heartfelt moments… this was one for the history books.
Today i’m writing about my favorite cheap lens for photography. I’ve had it since the beginning and I still take it with me as a back-up on wedding days and use it every time I travel. I recently challenged myself to use only this one cheap, affordable, and small lens for documenting a dreamy styled shoot in sunny southern California.Read More
As a bride on your wedding day you’re beyond busy running from one place to the next, being pulled in every direction and have a million things on your mind. After what seems like endless hours of planning, anticipation and excitement, you want to remember every second of your day, right? It can all pass in one big, fast-forward, blur and you can leave with thoughts of “I should have…” But taking the time to slow down and be present throughout the day will help you to really savor those special moments and create precious memories for you to cherish for a lifetime. Below are some of my favorite moments that you’ll want to be sure and take a moment to appreciate as they come.
Their wedding day began as a crisp fall morning at Vee Bar Ranch in Laramie.
The wind gently shook the autumn leaves over a river that wound through the cabins on the property. In one, Greg adjusted on his tie and handed out vests and laughs to his mates. Next door, Meagan stepped into her dress. ‘Aaahs’ and applause erupted as she turned to show her best girls her final look. Further up the stream family gathered on an island in the crisp September air and kept warm with hot cider.
It was one of those life changing moments.
They were each a little unsure about their blind date, it was set up by mutual friends but they each agreed anyways. Upon meeting, Megan and Tyson hit it off and soon they became inseparable. Little did they know, 4 years later they would be getting married.