If you love and enjoy each other then your photos are going to turn out amazing!
I absolutely adore the privilege of being a part of a destination wedding. They typically consist of a smaller guest list, but that list is made of the most important people in the your life. Destination weddings can sometime be a little more strenuous to attend, especially when traveling to areas like Montana or Wyoming, but the people who make the trip are the ones you can call at 2 am if you ever needed anything. The people who attend have come together for one reason and that reason is you.
Hooray!! You just got your gallery of wedding images & you love them, but now what will you do? Well, your wedding photos want to be printed! Below you will find some information on print types and sizes. Other sizes may be available upon request.
Despite what you may have been told I don’t only shoot weddings. Seattle has long been on my list of places to check out. I even looked for photo schools in the area & so much of my favorite music from high school is from there. Speaking of high school, Abigail will be graduating soon. Check out some photos from our senior session!
One of my favorite things about working weddings and photographing people is encouraging real moments and connections. When people are in love and thinking about getting married they need photos that show how they feel about eachother. Photos of real candid moments that show who you are as a couple are a priceless investment when budgeting for your wedding. I love helping create images like this!
This was a fun one! What a wonderful group of people who got together for the marriage of Kassi & Kiley! Friday night we gathered at their home between Bozeman and Bridger Bowl for some food, drink, campfires and camping. What a Montana way to start out the weekend! Saturday morning it was show time. The galls got ready at Revive Salon in Gallatin Gateway and the guys took care of some last minute details down at the venue. (The venue was a BEAUTIFUL private property just down the road from their house.) We used the beautiful Bridger mountains for the backdrop for formals and wedding ceremony. After the knot was tied, we had some tasty food, listened to speeches and got down to some live music that didn't stop until well after the sun went down!
I am so happy to announce that I have been invited to be a select member of the Rocky Mountain Bride GEM Collective! They have gathered up tons of the best wedding vendors from all over the Rocky Mountains in one place as a resource for lovers who love the mountains.
Rocky Mountain Bride is "The Bride's Planning Guide to a Perfect Rocky Mountain Wedding!" anywhere in the Rockies, from New Mexico all the way up into Canada.
If you are looking for vendors in your area or just want some mountain wedding inspiration go check them out!