Planning a wedding is a lot of work. One one of the most important things to do early on is pick a photographer. At the end of the day, your photo collection is the way you will re-live your celebration for years to come. Here are three things to consider as you decide who will document one of the most important days of your life.
Katie and Adam’s Scottsdale Royal Palms wedding was a beautiful, and classy, affair. The kind of day that makes me appreciate being a wedding photographer!
You can’t beat a Flagstaff wedding at Forest Highlands Country Club. Autumn and Luke’s wedding day was super fun! From getting ready photos to a first look, portraits after the ceremony to some rad night photos, the day was just easy.
Rebecca and Reggie celebrated their elopement with their kids out in the forest around Hart Prairie last April. There is something magical about the aspen groves even before the leaves grow back.
Shannon and Molly are theater people. They've spent a lot of time at Theatrikos in downtown Flasgtaff so it made sense to head there for their engagement session. We started outside to take advantage of the fall color before heading inside. To say this session was pretty darn fun is an understatement.
Bethany and Ryan are High School sweethearts who tied the knot on a beautiful summer day in Flagstaff, Arizona. Ryan is in the Army and it was possible that their wedding could get postponed due to his possible deployment but as it turned out, the day went off without a hitch.
Nick and Alyssa got married in Washington D.C. Just the two of them. Small and intimate. So they threw a party to celebrate with friends and family in Tempe, Arizona. It was a big wedding celebration. Just minus the wedding ceremony.
Shelby and Brian got married under dramatic Sedona skies towards the end of April. You never know how a spring wedding in northern Arizona will turn out weather-wise but it was a perfect, beautiful (slightly chilly) day!