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The Orville Roth Barrel Cellar at Willamette Valley Vineyards is a beautiful and intimate room to gather with your wedding party.  As a photographer, we search for spaces with personality that offer something different then your traditional gathering space. This space is highlighted by large craftsman door that open to a patio that overlooks the […]

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The anticipation on a wedding day can not be matched! It is really something to watch people as they experience this roller coaster of logistical and emotional stimulation! It is overwhelming and absolutely beautiful when executed with grace! No one can do it alone… so don’t think for a moment that all the picture perfect […]

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Okay… the cake is one of the most important details on a wedding day! It embodies the idea of bringing families together to share in a specially designed dessert! It is also the root of anticipation for the little ones at the wedding… a table…. setting all alone with a wondrous sweet treat that the […]

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The Father of the Bride.  One of my favorite moments of a wedding day is when I get to witness the emotion of a father as he sees his daughter for the first time on her wedding day.  There is nothing more individual than how we react to extremes in our lives. Some fathers are […]

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  Wedding parties who have fun are so much fun to photograph! The whole idea of bringing all of the favorite people in your life into one place to help you celebrate this new beginning is amazing to think about. I love seeing these two groups meet for the first time. Especially if some are […]

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  The Garter Toss.  What is this age old tradition and should you include it into your day?  Here is some history… A tradition since the 14th century, a bride and groom were to have proof of their consummation of their wedding. To show this proof, it was a common tradition to have family and […]

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A Wedding Party You Can Trust. Thinking of a wedding, it is easy to imagine all the details that involve you or your new significant other. Remember, you need to surround yourself with people that believe in you and your decision to “tie the knot!” As the day swirls out of control, it is these […]

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South Waterfront Lifestyle Engagement Session Portland is such a fun town to photograph in an offers so many opportunities for awesome imagery.  The newly renovated South Waterfront has provided some fun new perspectives of our expanding Rose City and is a great location for Lifestyle Engagement Sessions.  Our “Engagement Sessions” are actually “Lifestyle Sessions” as […]

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  Hair and Make Up, Please!  We love it when our clients take time for hair and make up before their portraits.  Wedding day or otherwise, we always see a huge difference in someone’s confidence when they have invested in extra care.  When you feel good, you look good, and that definitely shows in photos!  […]

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Go Ahead, Take Some Pictures! A wedding is a personal experience. We have attended weddings where a photographer actually expressed frustration with family when they took point and shoot images of the bridal party and their grandparents… Juli and I found this interesting… and a little unsettling. A couples wedding day is special for, not […]

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  The Wedding Dress.  Some may have dreamed about the perfect dress for years, others may search trendy fashions shows for Haute Couture and some may even re purpose a family heirloom.  Whatever your style, the wedding dress is a big deal. You want to be stunning, feel beautiful, be unique, be comfortable…so much is […]

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Wedding Day Portraits Among the Willows. It is these quiet moments with your loved one on your wedding day that can easily be overlooked if you get wrapped up in the whirlwind of the day.  Be sure to take time to find each other and savor your moments together. Wedding day portraits aren’t all about […]

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