Sarah and Eric’s ceremony was so sweet – the groom had already been crying half the morning (with excitement – don’t worry!) but as soon as he saw his bride start down the aisle it was all over. Tissues were out, emotions were high, I think Sarah might have even shed her first tear of the day. Of course, that’s when the bubble machine kicked on. Plenty of weddings have bubbles at the end, but how many have you seen with actual machines creating bubbles throughout the ceremony? Personally, I loved it. Its the little quirky details that make Portland weddings so perfect and personal. Check out Sarah and Eric’s whole peacock themed wedding here.
Earlier this year I had the opportunity to photograph Marina & Anthony’s engagement session at their new home, Georgetown. I had never been and was so blown away by all the amazing brick, quaint streets, and gorgeous weather. It was a dream photographing them and the start of their new life together on the East Coast. Next year they’ll be making the trip back to Portland to say their “I-Do’s” though!
Check out the rest of this Georgetown Engagement Sessionon Brittany Lauren Photography’s blog.
The rain let up just in time for this anniversary session at the downtown Portland waterfront. The texture in the clouds is just beautiful on rainy days in Oregon. Check out more from this session by Catalina Jean Photography over on her blog.
Homemade wedding shoes, a cake made of macaroons, yard games in the sunshine, and a beautiful setting: just a few of the things that made Alia & Taylor’s wedding day at Abiqua Country Estate REALLY FUN!
I love capturing authentic moments filled with love and laughter, such as this photograph of a father and daughter sharing a laugh while cutting flowers at Kruger’s Farm on Sauvie Island. Check out the full blog post of this fun filled Sauvie Island family photo session by Lacey Monroe Photography.
For these senior portraits, we basked in the late summer sun and then we broke out the lights at dusk for some sunset images. I think Emily’s grandparents’ scenic wheat field in Banks, OR was the perfect setting for these portraits. Our props included a horse, a letter jacket, and a soccer ball — pretty much all the essentials! Click over to the Jenna Saint Martin Photo blog to enjoy more photos from this session.
We planned for Pete and Niamh’s engagement session at Red Rocks, but ended up spending their engagement session a little differently… and it was awesome. The best rock climbing engagement session ever.
Is that enough alliteration for you? :)
Click through to Serravision Photography’s blog to see this beautiful pregnant mama following her young son down a tube slide during this fall lifestyle family photo session at Washington Park in Portland!! This is how we roll… capturing life as it really happens. And loving it! Tomorrow she’s bringing her new little one in for newborn photos with his big brother. Looking forward to seeing the family with their new baby!
Amber and Trevor were married at Willow Lake Estate this past year in the most classy and chic of ways. I absolutely loved that they chose to decorate with mercury glass instead of vases/mason jars. Plus, Amber’s mom made and decorated pink and gold cake pops for everyone! Don’t miss any of the other amazing details from this Shabby Chic Washington Wedding by Brittany Lauren Photography.
Welcome to what was quite possibly the most fun I’ve ever had on an engagement session. Getting to photograph couples like Amanda and John is what makes my job the best. Sorry florists and caterers, you just don’t get to hang out with your awesome couples as much as I do. In fact, somehow, this “90 minute” engagement session turned into nearly 4 hours! Check out the entire engagement session here!
I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving full of family, friends, laughter, and pie! Now kick pack, enjoy some online shopping (and leftover pie) and give the gift that will be treasured for a lifetime- beautiful, authentic, heartfelt photography.
Indian weddings are full of so many details and beautiful colors, and you want to make sure to capture every one! This award-winning moment tells so much as the bride performs her puja (prayers) before meeting the groom for the wedding ceremony. Studio Varnika specializes in Indian weddings and loves to photograph ethnic weddings! Check out more of our artistic wedding photojournalism which features all kinds of weddings!
It’s with great excitement that I announce that one of our own, Serra of Serravision Photography, is a new mother! This photo was taken when Dad first got to hold baby Emmett. Words can’t contain the happiness everyone felt in the room at this moment. Congratulations to the new family!
Wedding days are full of fluff, tulle, and pretty smelling flowers, but what do you do when you’re allergic to flowers and still want to carry a bouquet down the aisle and decorate your event space? Well, the bride at this Langdon Farms Wedding had an entire bouquet of succulents. Not only did it solve the issue of a possible sneezing attack mid “I do’s,” but it just all around looked awesome! Definitely something to consider if you also have an allergy, sensitivity, or just want to do something cool and different.
Liz didn’t want the traditional style headshots for her new business venture (the exact nature of the venture is a secret for now!). We sat down and discussed the vision she had for her business and I designed a shoot that would produce images to come in line with that vision. She wanted something that reflected both her relational personality as well as her urban, modern style. You can check out more from Catalina Jean Photography by clicking here.