Jaime and Mark's recent wedding in Sedona, AZ was perfect. After taking portraits in Tlaquepaque (there will never be enough time to fully enjoy the beauty of that place) and Schnebly Hill Road, their day was set against the creek at Los Abrigados. With Fall leaves lining the aisle and little rays of sun peeking through the trees, the ceremony began with claps of thunder and ended with bangs of cap guns. Each guest was also given a lantern to light the way to their table before endless trips through the photo booth. It was one of those weddings I wish we could shoot again... and again... and again. I guess I'll just have to wait for their kids.
Tuesday, October 26, 2010
Friday, October 15, 2010
A wedding more perfect than those numbers!
I always like to tie in personal elements or locations with an engagement session to tell the couple's story. It was on this plane where Ashley and Dan first met and where he later proposed. With so much sentimental importance, and since just about everyone attending Ashley and Dan's wedding were pilots (even Grandma at 93), there was no better place for portraits than at the airport. I wish we could have included her custom black and orange Bronco but I can't really complain about this sweet, little prop.