These are 14 of my favorite wedding hairstyles for brides. I have ideas on this post for a bride with short hair, long hair, curly hair, and straight hair. I also have included some of my favorite hair artists in Portland, Oregon.
An intimate elopement at Mt. Adams in Washington state. Aliz and Dylan originally planned a larger wedding in Hood River but do to the pandemic, they had to change to a small elopement at their family property on Mt. Adams.
A covid19 summer elopement at Salem, Oregon’s Deepwood Museum and Gardens. Deepwood Museum and Gardens is absolutely stunning in the summer and the perfect place to take wedding photos.
An engagement session on Orcas Island. I’ve also added a guide to visiting Orcas Island and getting married on Orcas Island.
A boho themed wedding at Oregon’s wedding venue Horning’s Hideout at the creek side venue.
A summertime engagement photoshoot at Government Cove in the Columbia River Gorge.
If you are eloping and want to figure out a way to still include your family then this article is for you. I’ve come up with 5 thoughtful ways to still have your family involved in your wedding even if you are just getting married with you and your honey.
It’s not everyday you get married at a mansion but if period charm is high on your list, The Victorian Belle is a must-see!
This 1800s mansion is in North Portland and whenever I shoot weddings there, I can’t get over how intimate it feels. You literally cannot see or hear any traffic thanks to the big, beautiful hedges that surround the property. You’d never know you were in the city while still getting all the benefits of being centrally located.
There are few quicker ways to a photographer’s heart than good lighting and let me tell you, Blockhouse has some GREAT lighting.
This wedding and events venue in Portland, Oregon, is located in the Pearl District and as soon as I saw it, I just knew I had to shoot there. I loved how intimate the space felt even in the city but more than that, I couldn’t get over all of the greenery!