At the end of each year I like to go through all the weddings I photographed and pick out a select few of my favorites. This year’s wedding locations feature Edgewood, Regan Beach, Sand Harbor, Mont Bleu wedding chapel, Logan Shoals Vista Point and several private properties. I got to photograph weddings at ranches and weddings in forests, weddings with horses and dogs and weddings in the rain, weddings in the snow and weddings in sunny warm weather! Weddings have a sameness about them, in that the couple gets married. The similarities stop there. Each wedding is unique and fun, and I am so grateful to be able to be a part of these special events.
I like to get shots of whatever activity is happening before the wedding.
Here is an Edgewood wedding. We did a First Look before the wedding, because the ceremony was scheduled to happen after the sun had set and we wanted to take advantage of the great views at Edgewood.
Sand Harbor. With these two weddings you can get a different idea of the varying moods at Sand Harbor.
A private ranch in Genoa, Nevada. Featuring horses, dogs, cows and llamas.
A private home in South Lake Tahoe. I have been doing the family portraits of the groom’s family for about 25 years, and I’ve done the high school senior portraits of the daughters in the bride’s family, so doing this wedding was a double blessing!
Another private home in South Lake Tahoe. This couple was a lot of fun, and probably had the world’s shortest wedding ceremony. It lasted all of about two minutes! The beauty of weddings today is that couples can tailor their ceremony to fit their desires and needs. There was just a light covering of snow on the ground behind the house, and we took advantage of that for photos.
Logan Shoals Vista Point. An overlook point featuring views of Lake Tahoe, and ease of parking and privacy that you don’t get at Emerald Bay.
And last but not least, a couple of closing shots: