Posts tagged destination wedding photographer
San Diego Botanic Garden Boho Wedding| Nia + Greg

Location: San Diego, California
Venue: San Diego Botanic Garden

When I arrived at the San Diego Botanical Gardens I was blown away by the vibrancy and colors. It was like stepping into a jungle in South America yet nestled within the city of San Diego. When beautiful flowers and lush greenery surround you nature becomes your decor.

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Cabo Mexico Wedding | Alia + Puneet

Location: Cabo san Lucas
Venue: Pueblo Bonito Sunset Beach

For Alia it was love at second sight. From that moment she knew that she was going to share the of rest of her life with Puneet. When I asked her what she was most looking forward to she told me, "Saying my vows. For me, it's the most important time and what a wedding is really all about". There's just something so magical about standing together promising each other a lifetime of love and partnership. 

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Lake Champlain Burlington Vermont Bohemian Moody Elopement

Vermont in winter is a beautiful sight. So beautiful that I decided to do an inspiration shoot while we were visiting, as it's natural beauty is the perfect backdrop. We arrived expecting blankets of snow covering every inch but found slightly bearable weather and no snow whatsoever. Not even a thin layer. So, my vision changed and the Wuthering Heights inspiration shoot was born.

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Grafton Inn Destination Vermont Destination Wedding | Alexandra + Dean

Location: Grafton, Vermont
Venue: Grafton Inn

Alexandra and Dean found me through a "Pinterest rabbit hole" and I coincidentally recognized them from their dreamy proposal story featured on Trumpet & Horn. Their vision was a romantic boho wedding in the small town of Grafton, Vermont inspired by their love of nature and focused on joining their two very different families. Alexandra is cuban and Dean hails from a large Scottish family, but despite their differences they both have a deep sense of family and love. Their wedding represented all of their efforts to unite their friends and family together by blending both cultures, despite the distances between them. 

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