Each year I have a handful of weddings not held in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. I wanted to make sure to include them in our yearly round up. So here are our Destination Weddings for 2021! I’d love to continue having opportunities to photograph weddings and elopements in new places. Traveling for work has always been a dream for me. Each year we go to San Diego for a few weeks and it was perfect to schedule our trip around our two California weddings.
Matt and Stephanie had to change their Idaho wedding plans a bit, but were finally married in the Holy Rosary Catholic church. Afterwards, they celebrated with family and friends at the 7N Ranch in Ririe, Idaho. This Idaho wedding venue is the perfect place for an intimate indoor/outdoor gathering. At the end of the night, we stole the couple away for a few additional couple portraits in Heise. If you’re looking for an Idaho Wedding Photographer, check to see if your wedding date is available!
Jennifer and Joseph were married in the Oquirrh Mountain LDS Temple in South Jordan, Utah. After their temple wedding ceremony they had a small luncheon with guests at Gardener’s Village. The Wheel Room at Gardener’s Village was so perfect for their intimate dinner setting! Next, we headed up to Cottonwood Canyon to a location I spotted during a camping trip a few years ago. It was the perfect setting for their Utah bridal photos. As a Utah Wedding Photographer, I go and scout locations that match the aesthetic that couples want to have in their forever photos! The Aspen Landing wedding venue in Taylorsville was the reception location. They had a polaroid sign in book, yummy finger foods, lots of dancing, and a sparkler exit!
These two celebrated their wedding in Jackson Hole in 2020. They eloped in a ceremony without any guests. Last year in 2021, they were able to celebrate with their family and friends in San Diego. It was such an honor to be asked to travel for their Southern California wedding. Allie had a first look with her dad, and then her and Ian did a first look together. They both had new wedding attire for their second celebration so the first look was a lot of fun! Held at private property in Pine Valley, this breathtaking barn and table settings were bright and elegant. It was the perfect California fall wedding! If you are planning a wedding in Southern California, and need a San Diego Wedding Photographer, contact me about your big day!
These two had their ceremony in the LDS Temple. Their Idaho Falls wedding was on a bright and sunny day! Then the reception was held at the Barn on 1st wedding venue. This was my first wedding at the Barn on 1st and it lived up to all the pictures I’ve seen of it! It was the perfect setting for Halle & Cameron’s winter wedding. With pine boughs, white roses, and candles for centerpieces, the barn looked so festive! The couple had a sparkler send off and the back stairs of this Idaho wedding venue was perfect for it! It allowed us to light up their faces more and have more space for everyone. I’m so glad these two chose me as their Idaho wedding photographer.
Angelina and Fidel were married in a Jackson Hole intimate wedding ceremony with close friends and family. Because of everything that happened in 2020, they rescheduled their San Diego wedding and decided to get married in the mountains. As far as destination weddings go, it was one of my favorites! Then in 2021, we were asked to celebrate with them again! The couple and their families stayed at the Bahia Resort, which is where we took all of their family photos and a few extra couple portraits to document their California party. Then the real party started at the Catalina Room in Marina Village. Being their Southern California Wedding Photographer was such a joy!
As a wedding an elopement photographer, I jump at the chance to document destination weddings. I’m so grateful for all of these couples who trusted me with their big day! If you’re planning a destination wedding anywhere in the US or in certain international locales, message me about capturing your special moments! I’d love to be your destination wedding photographer!