Jaimie + Joe : Mountains of Love

Jaimie + Joe : Mountains of Love

If your dream is to get married in the Scandinavian mountains surrounded by wildflowers and folk music, maybe consider Skibowl on Mount Hood for inspiration. That is precisely what Jaimie and Joe had in mind for their gorgeous, sunny, Friday wedding in September.

Jaimie’s bouquet was picked from the freshest blooms in a friend’s garden. Although the color scheme wasn’t intentional, they chose one of vibrancy and playfulness. Exactly what you’d hope for in a mountaineer inspired wedding.

Tips on Wedding Planning

Tips on Wedding Planning

Engagements are popping up left and right on my social media feeds, and I have to just take a second and say CONGRATULATIONS! If I could send virtual hugs I would. But, I can't, so I'll just share some of my top wedding planning tips instead. Because if you're just getting started, any help wedding planning is life saving! 

How to Plan 30 days of content in 30 minutes

How to Plan 30 days of content in 30 minutes

With my big temporary move coming up, I have been hard at work trying to wrap up all the ends I can for the rest of November through to December. That way, I can spend my time in Los Angeles focusing on expanding my business and working more with my clients, and less on the busy work in between. Which is the category Instagram and Facebook can sometimes fall under.

Hailey + Kyle : Warm Fall Anniversary Session

Hailey + Kyle : Warm Fall Anniversary Session

What’s it gonna take to shoot more anniversary sessions like this?? Seriously, more couples need to consider this as a gift to themselves for their first anniversary. In the case of Hailey and Kyle, it was. They were married last September at McMenamins Edgefield, and due to a lot of movement in their personal lives, they had to pass up on their engagement photos.

Now, some people might wonder what really is different from an anniversary session than a typical engagement session, and I have to say a lot!

But before I get into detail, we need to admire these two in the warm fall light. A day like this in Portland starts to become less common after September 1st, so we absolutely lucked out.