Cozy In Home Newborn Session |Baby Brooks
Finally blogging this sweet in home newborn session from August! Emily designed Brooks’ nursery and I was obsessed! I told her she should come design my home because she truly has a gift. This session made my heart so happy because I got to work with Emily again!! Last year I photographed her bridal shower and now her sweet baby boy- it doesn’t get any better than that! It’s always so special to see how the lives of my clients transform and grow over the years. Emily was such a stunning bride and now she’s an incredible mama. So thankful I get to work with the most genuine people.
Adventurous Sedona Engagement Session | Whitney + Scott
Boho Desert Wedding | Victoria + Eric
After covid messed with Victoria and Eric’s original plans to get married in the spring, they were finally able to tie the knot the following fall and it was totally worth the wait! Their ceremony and reception was held in the middle of the desert with the Superstition Mountains as our backdrop. The carefully thought through details throughout the day made this wedding unforgettable- from the leather vow books, Eric’s engraved tie clip, to the macrame ceremony arch- everything was perfect. Victoria and Eric were an absolute dream to work with- and it was easy to see that their relationship is something special. Their vows had me tearing up and the speeches throughout the night echoed this same feeling- that these two have a deep, deep love and were truly made for each other. Thank you so much Victoria and Eric for letting me photograph your wedding day! It was an absolute dream.
Lauren + Ty’s Intimate Courthouse Wedding
Lauren and Ty’s intimate Courthouse Wedding was on a sunny 112+ degree July day in downtown Phoenix, Arizona. The heat was crazy, the wind made it feel like someone was repeatedly opening an oven, but even still everything was perfect. 12 of Lauren and Ty’s closest family and friends joined them outside of the courthouse to celebrate their marriage. Lauren was breath taking in her pearls, custom heels, vintage inspired wedding dress, and hat that made her look like British royalty. Ty looked classic in his navy suit with a light purple shirt, brown leather shoes. I kept telling them they looked like they were models out of an elopement magazine or an old Hollywood film. The two have been together since their teens when they met in Japan while they were both living there. Lauren and Ty explained they were neighbors on base and that at first they were less than friends, but as time passed their relationship grew into a strong enduring love that they still have today. Couples like Lauren and Ty are the reason I chose and continue to choose to work in the wedding industry. Their love, kindness, and care for each other is so genuine and pure, anyone who comes within a mile of them can feel it. There’s nothing like documenting a couple on their wedding day- I don’t accurately know how to put it into words, but I will say this- I always walk away from wedding days with a smile on my face, a full heart and a feeling of gratitude for getting the opportunity to serve my clients on one of their most cherished and sacred days. Thank you Lauren and Ty for letting me photograph your beautiful wedding day! Cheers!