Wedding portraits can range from specifically posed, all the way to completely candid. Sometimes, it’s a little mix of the both! For Mehj and Hussein, they opted to have a little fun by showing off their dance moves during their sunset portraits.
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The best part of wedding day is the family photos… at least according to MaiCamera Photography. I love this photo because it’s of two adorable families joining together to form one adorable family. There are no sides at a wedding, just everyone coming together for the new family. For more on how to get awesome group photos at your wedding, check out Mai’s top four tips to get the best group photos at your wedding!
Weddings of any culture can be emotional, but the Rukhsati Ceremony is quite the tear jerker. Here, Mehjabeen hugs her mother tightly as her father holds on close. After multiple days of fun and excitement, the goodbye ceremony marks an end to the wedding celebrations. It was an emotional end to the night, as the bride says goodbye to her family before joining her groom and his family.
Is life really coordinated, matching, and perfectly posed? Ha, we wish! For their holiday card, Phung and Andrew opted to share a peek of their everyday lives, and young Kai took advantage of the opportunity to give Miles the dog some yummy pie.
First looks aren’t for everyone, and not all wedding days can schedule it, but when there’s laughter, giggling, and an abundance of love, I think Sandra and Dylan made the right choice to have a first look for their wedding at Silver Falls State Park. A calm and quiet moment with your best friend and life long partner is a good way to start your wedding day.
What better way to honor an absent member of your group than a tribute to his charming smile? Let loose, and have fun in your wedding photos (and don’t worry, we’ll get the frame worthy shot for grandma and grandpa as well).
Jon and Calli hiked up the sand dune and across the cliffs of Cake Kiwanda to enjoy the Oregon Coast vistas at sunset… and pop a question! Jon knelt down on one knee, proposed, and afterwards we had a mini session for the newly engaged lovebirds! Congratulations!
For the Bride’s entrance at the Gerding Theater at the Armory, Eimee entered from above, for all the guests to see, before meeting with her parents at the base of the steps. Set to lovely music, it was a beautiful idea, and a great use of the theater’s grand staircase.
My favorite part of a wedding day is the group and family photos. To me, it’s a little mix of pose and candidness that helps capture your relationship with your family and friends. Read on for my top four tips to get great group photos at your wedding. Enjoy!
Sharon and George wanted to incorporate aspects of their family’s heritage into their wedding. Among these personal touches was the bride’s grandfather’s tie pin, which she had pinned to her bridal bouquet as a tribute to him.
Sharon and George’s wedding at the Chicago Drake Hotel was a huge assortment of fun and celebration. To kick of the reception, the hotel provided an adorably charming champagne parade!
It was supposedly a last minute trip from Idaho to the Oregon Coast, but Drew had come up with an awesome surprise for Bridgette. Once they arrived, after a walk on the beach, he knelt by the crashing waves in front of Haystack Rock, and popped the question. Check out more of their surprise engagement session at Cannon Beach.
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.
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!
What fantastic weather Portland had this past weekend! Monica and John came up from San Francisco to visit for their one year anniversary, and decided to celebrate with a photo shoot. We soaked in the sun and enjoyed the fall foliage, while they tossed leaves and played around to capture the natural, happy, and candid photography style we love.