Wow, wow, Wow!
Am I beyond lucky to have been able to help capture this special day for these two truly incredible and humble beings.
This was one of the most precious and incredible weddings I have ever attended, and that’s saying a lot since I attend them professionally! LOL.
I second shot this wedding for Elsa Boscarello. She is truly talented and I am lucky to have gotten to work beside her for this wedding.
It was my first time shooting at Twenty Mile House in Graegle, CA. The venue is picturesque to say the least. It is right along a small river and nestled in the forest. The location used to be an old time train stop now turned in to a historic landmark and dreamy wedding venue. If you have never been there, I highly recommend it.
The day of the wedding was my first time meeting Merrill and Jason. I met Merrill first and she was glowing!
She was about half way done with her cute little pregnancy and rocking it! Her cute vintage wedding dress shaped her belly perfectly and she truly looked like a 1920’s Princess. She was composed and smiling all day, excited for her future. Her bridesmaids all wore a different shade of a fall color and matched in her 1920’s style.
Jason wore a stylish brown suit and his groomsmen all wore red plaid and suspenders. The colors of this wedding worked so well together and with the old time-y style of the venue. Jason was a true gentleman and made both Elsa and I feel right at home.
When she walked down the aisle, they both began to cry and it was such a pure moment of honest love and longing for one another.
You could tell how much these two loved every single person they had invited to the wedding. They wanted everyone to have a memorable time. They ended the ceremony with tequila shots for everyone! What a way to kick off a celebration!
At the reception, they entered dancing and Jason started a back and forth chant with the crowd cheering them on. It was hilarious and remarkable all at once.
One of Jason’s friends surprised him by dancing in a bear suit and everyone passed it around the party.
They laughed, they cried, they chased a train and flattened a good luck penny.
They are truly an incredible couple and I wish them and their little one on the way a lifetime of happiness.
Comment below which picture of the day is your favorite! I love them all!