I just went to the Woodburn Tulip for the first time and it was gorgeous! I got to do a bridal photoshoot for Billy and Karen for their pre-wedding photos. They’re having a big reception in Hong Kong this fall so we took photos to display on an easel and in albums at their wedding reception. It was so much fun just wandering around the acres of tulips. I wish tulips were around longer than just a month or so each year, they’re so beautiful! Congratulations Karen and Billy, I’m so excited to get your double volume albums printed! See the rest here at Erica Ann Photography!
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After the delicious cake has been eaten and those gorgeous flowers have wilted, the best way to remember your special day is with a thoughtfully designed wedding album. With Erica Ann Photography, each couple receives a custom designed wedding album after their big day. Your wedding album is something you’ll have to share with your kids and grandkids for decades to come.
This album was from an intimate wedding at Silcox Hut in the fall. Its covered in distressed terra leather and has a cameo cutout for the couple’s favorite photo.
Check out more albums and other artwork at Erica Ann Photography!
So… this was a WOW wedding. Seriously, that is one over the top insane botanical wedding arch! Roger and his team at Haute Flowers did an amazing job with everything. Botanical was definitely the theme of this Black Butte Ranch wedding and I loved it!
Check out the rest of this gorgeous Central Oregon Wedding over at Erica Ann Photography’s blog.
Matt kept texting me about how anxious he was, and asking if all the people were out yet. I drew him a diagram of exactly where he should stop so I could hide in the bushes and get a good view. I had a second shooter, Cambrae getting them from a different angle just in case. You never know what’s going to happen so its super crucial to have back up! Andrea tried to lead them around the bridge, but Matt convinced her to go to the spot we had planned out. He got down on that good ole knee of his and of course she said yes!
Afterwards we took a stroll around the secluded garden where Matt and Andrea basically just goofed around and enjoyed their newly engaged selves. Congratulations you two! Matt, ya done good! See the entire proposal shoot here.
Teresa and Micah are seriously one of the most down to earth, fun loving couples I’ve ever gotten to photograph! They both grew up in Hawaii, in fact Micah is a few years younger and had a huge crush on Teresa when they were in high school. Well, 16 years and 4 kids later, they finally tied the knot! And I’m so glad they decided to stay here in the Northwest to get married. They brought the Aloha to us. Check out their stunning wedding at Bridal Veil Lakes!
Nicole and Jeff were married at the Ponzi Historic Estate in Beaverton and then had their gorgeous reception at the new Ponzi Winery in Sherwood. Wow, if you haven’t been to their new winery, you really need to visit. I love all of the concrete and modern architecture – what a perfect place to host a wedding reception. See their whole wedding here!
What happens when you mix a gallon of vodka, sparklers and a pool with an awesome bride and groom? You get the best backyard wedding celebration ever! (For optimum results, it helps to have mostly 22 year olds in the wedding party). Brittany and Tanner’s wedding was beautiful, spontaneous and easily the most fun I had while “working” all year. See the entire Bend Oregon Wedding at Erica Ann Photography.
Wow! Cindy and Seth’s wedding at Grossen Peaches was so beautiful down to every last detail. You might not think that such a gorgeous and meticulously designed wedding could also be fun and laid back, but it totally was! Congrats you two! Check out all of the gorgeous wedding details at Erica Ann Photography.
This was the perfect end to a fun and romantic engagement session with Laura and Joel! We started out a little more on fun and playful side in downtown Portland and wrapped things up with this gorgeous sunset at Council Crest. Check out more from this fun loving couple’s engagement session!
Andrea and Joshua had an intimate wedding ceremony with just their closest family and friends. It was beautiful and perfect. If I could photograph laid back, personal weddings like this every day, I’d be one happy photographer! It was the kind of wedding where you really feel something special. See more from this Salem Wedding Photography. -Erica
So… I got to go to Vietnam for a wedding this year! That was pretty crazytown. Seriously, the reception was like some a Vegas style pyrotechnics light show extravaganza. I’m so, so happy I had the opportunity to be their official “international wedding photographer.” Check out more of this unique multicultural wedding at Erica Ann Photography.
Scott and Morgan are getting married this month and I thought this would be a perfect time to share their gorgeous engagement session! We traveled together to Hug Point to do a little hiking and enjoy the stunning sunset. The Oregon coast can be somewhat of an enigma – at least to me. Believe it or not, this was actually the day after Valentine’s day! These two were up for anything and super laid back, I can’t wait for their Laguna Beach wedding next week! Check out the rest of their engagement session here.
Yes! Future weddings please take note: This was a beautiful wedding, but more importantly everyone had a AMAZING time – including the bride and groom! From the moment I met these two, Amanda and John have been nothing but unapologetically themselves. They didn’t have to worry about what anyone else thought of them because they surround themselves with people who know them and love them. I was so delighted to get to photograph this special and gorgeous wedding!
I love getting to photograph super laid back couples like Andrea and Joshua. Then throw in an adorable ball of energy toddler and you’ve got the makings for a perfect photo shoot! Andrea and Joshua will be getting married this Sunday! Portland Engagement Photographers!
Alison and Evan’s wedding at The Green Villa Barn was a perfect reflection of the two of them: carefree, happy and full of life!
I found out that somebody has a habit of sneaking into the soaking pool at Edgefield… I won’t say who, but it gave me the idea to do our whole shoot there and then end in the soaking pool with the entire family. I love it because its so personal and perfect for these two. They live just a couple of miles from Edgefield and spend a lot of time hanging out there with their kids. See their entire engagement session/family photoshoot on the blog!
After Sheila and Luke’s morning ceremony, the bridal party piled into a limo for a fun 4 hour wedding day excursion in downtown Portland. What is a wedding day excursion you ask? Well, in this case it involved a stop at the liquor store for supplies, a quick cocktail at Veritable Quandry (where the bride and groom had their first date), shenanigans on the waterfront (like, serious larp shenanigans) and some serenading by Sheila’s cousin in their presidential suite at the Benson hotel! If you’re gonna have a baby grand piano in your wedding night hotel room, you better use it! Also – my favorite – tears of joy!
Last month I hosted a Vintage Valentine’s Boudoir marathon and it was so much fun! I love doing something a little different now and then. The wonderful Tracy Amos, owner of Classic Vintage Rentals loaned me some beautiful furniture for the week! I wish I could have all of this gorgeous antique furniture in my studio all the time! It was so nice to “freshen” up the place for a little while. Hair and makeup was done by the talented Bri Ellis, owner of Portland Makeup and Hair. Check out the entire Vintage Boudoir Photoshoot here.
This was one of those awesome weather weddings for sure! I can’t take credit for the weather, but I hope that I captured it well to show how the day really felt. We had low hanging fog in the hills, a stunning orange, purple and magenta sunset, and then a beautiful indigo cloud cover into the evening! Laura and Jesse partied all night and threw a beautiful wedding at Cape Horn Estate to celebrate with their family and friends!
Sometimes you take a photo and it almost feels like something magical is happening. (Super corny, but sorry, I can’t help it!) This wedding inspiration shoot involved a beautiful white stallion, an antique Victorian wedding dress and an insane sunset! We weren’t planning on a Princess Bride theme, but I guess when all these things come together you can’t help but get a little bit cinematic!