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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.
His friends gave him heck and said that he wouldn’t be brave enough so say hi, so he hopped up, marched over and interrupted her mid-sentence in a conversation to introduce himself…She thought that was rude.
I knew that getting to photograph them on the ranch outside of Steamboat Springs Colorado was going to be stunning!
When Katy mentioned a river I made…
Gabe had friends tell him he couldn’t buy her love…but letting Reata rope all day at a branding without ever having her work the ground was a start. When she didn’t seem to get the hint he followed up with a friendly facebook message to say thanks for the help that day.
There was a massive storm during Justin & Sarah’s second attempt at their New Mexico ranch engagement session. It was the kind that fills dry dirt tanks in minutes, makes the road slicker than snot and had us sitting in a pickup for hours.
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 […]
The wind didn’t keep these two from bringing the heat to their ranch engagement session outside of Santa Rosa. We started with snuggles in the neatest vintage chevy, explored around the old homestead and crawled around the bottom of an really neat canyon that is tucked away on the back of the ranch where Brandon was raise. Then we (as in them) ended by dancing on the back of a pickup under the moon.