Living in Central Oregon really makes you appreciate the little things in life…like green grass, deciduous trees, and tiny daisies sprinkled all over a park. That was the backdrop of Billie Jo and Seth’s adorable park wedding in Philomath, OR. They are such a sweet couple! Here are a few favs from their wedding.
Peter and Julia Edinburgh were married at Eagle Crest Resort near Redmond OR. Officiated by Pastor Gerry Breshears, the ceremony was filled with joyful tears and serious vows. Both the Bride and Groom were calm, kindhearted, and so excited to join their lives together.
Here’s a few highlights from their First Look.
Eagle Crest Wedding, Oregon. First Look.
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This was one of my favorites (I know I shouldn’t have favorites….but oh well.) Christy and Stephen were married on a farm in Anderson, Indiana just before sunset surrounded by their closest friends and family. Christy incorporated her Jewish background by creating her stunning chuppah and Stephen followed tradition by breaking glass to conclude the ceremony. I loved how Christy and Stephen invited their guests to participate by bringing desserts – pies, cookies, cake and bars – rather then having a traditional wedding cake. The spread was gorgeous as it was lit up by the setting sun. Not only did they have a beautiful wedding, but after getting to spend some time with them, I’m sure they’ll have a beautiful life together. Blessings friends!
The other day I had the chance to hang out with the Warrick family and take some photos for them. We decided to take pictures at their beautiful home just south of Bend where the kids could just be themselves. The result? A super fun shoot and some time to get to know how awesome their family is! Here’s a few of my favorites including the swing set, slide, frogs (yes, frogs) and Blake’s rad tractor.
Not only are Reid and Brooke Dodge a beautiful couple with the most caring, genuine hearts, they’re a ton of fun!
Their reception was held at Freemason’s Hall; built in 1926 the Hall is one of Fort Wayne’s historic treasures. Guests were invited to sign the new couple’s tree guest book and sit back to enjoy the ambiance of the evening. Brooke and Reid’s first dance to Billie Holiday’s “I’ll be Seeing You” flowed with the history incorporated throughout the entire day. I loved the way they incorporated classic tradition and history to usher in a new adventure and season in life.