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We pulled together an intimate wedding with what we had in only a matter of days. Huge shout out to Lisa for being on it with her wedding planning…she already had her dress altered, her Ariat Dixon Boots broke in and the matching Mercy Grey Design jackets for her and her bridesmaids already delivered.
They’d been working cows with Aspens family on her grandparents place and afterward everyone gathered at the house for a meal. There was some extended family that showed up as well but Aspen didn’t think much of it until everyone gathered in a circle for what she assumed was going to be prayer for the meal.
I’ve looked forward to Bodie & Rachels’s Southwest Style New Mexico Wedding since they booked! Bodie is a blacksmith by trade and so it was no surprise that the bridal party bouquets were custom made by him.
Nolan and Julia had #onebellofawedding on the beautiful rolling farm where Julia was raised in Pennsylvania. When I met these two for their Texas engagement session I loved hearing their story. And that story came to life as we walked through the wedding day…”This is the spot where I snuck out to make out with Nolan after dark…and got caught.”
I was obsessed with this Red Bluff California Ranch Wedding before I ever got there. Not only because I fell in love with Cole & Elsie during their Moab Utah Engagement session, but also because I’d been watching from afar as Elsie and her planner Jodi of CES Weddings shared behind the scenes stories of their preparations. Their creation […]
After you see the wedding dress-shot with Sophie the Holstein heifer…you’ll have to agree with me Zeb & Joren have a thing for “show-stealing” holsteins. And while this isn’t remotely a “Dairy Wedding”, if you read their story on their engagement session blog, you’ll understand why it was perfectly fitting that Piper, the matriarch milk cow, attended this ranch wedding ceremony. And I’m not even kidding you, she bawled (mooed) at all the right parts.
Jesse & Trissta planned a small, simple, laid-back wedding day surrounded by their closest friends and family. Their standing-ceremony took place at the foot of the Grand Teton Mountains, followed by a hike along String Lake where it all started…meeting through mutual friends while tubing on Leigh Lake.