This match made in heaven traveled from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma to Taos, New Mexico to elope! The bride wore a red dress and silver shoes. The outdoor labyrinth at the popular wedding venue, Adobe and Pines Bed and Breakfast, was the site for the wedding ceremony. The couple was wed by officiant, Dan Jones. The bride made her own silk flower wedding bouquet.
This glowing couple came up from Alamorgordo, NM to Taos to celebrate their wedding ceremony and reception at popular resort, El Monte Sagrado. The ceremony was in the Bohemian Gallery where the lighting and ambiance were perfect for this artsy Taos wedding. The reception was in El Monte’s exquisite ballroom where the chandeliers and mirrors lend themselves beautifully to an experienced photographer.
We had so much fun documenting the shape and size of this beautiful mama’s belly! A maternity sitting is a fun way to remember the days of your pregnancy. The shape of the swollen and pregnant tummy is feminine and artistic. I love to get creative with baby props or fabric to accentuate all of the curves. Give us a call to talk to us about our maternity sittings and our three, six, nine, and twelve month baby shoots as well!
What a fun family shoot we had after a beautiful snow!
When your family gets together to vacation or spend the holiday in Taos, give us a call and we’ll come to you to capture the smiles and memories of your visit!
Local Taos residents, Rachel and Justin, had an intimate outdoor wedding ceremony to celebrate their love and commitment on Valentine’s Day! There were about 40 guests present, all close friends and family. Justin’s Scottish ethnicity influenced the red plaid which was a beautiful combination with the heart decorations. The full moon was still present behind the cloud cover and the night temperature was warm for February. This beautiful couple enjoyed a reception at Old Martina’s Hall.
Howard Badhand is a Lakota Native whom preforms wedding ceremonies in New Mexico and South Dakota. This couple came to have their destination wedding at El Monte Sagrado here in Taos, NM. The ceremony took place in a round room and had a spiritual flavor to reflect the Native culture of Northern New Mexico. The Native American peace pipe, prayer ribbons, and star quilt were integrated into the ceremony as well as western traditional wedding rings and wedding vows.
These two beautiful ladies had a mother-daughter get-away from Denver to Taos! We enjoyed a crisp autumn evening together at resort El Monte Sagrado. It was fun to stroll along the grounds and take advantage of the crunchy texture of the leaves and the plants in an array of colors. It had been over five years since this family had portraits taken so it was due time; don’t let another year slip by without capturing your family’s smiles! Call Poetic Images to schedule your family photo session. Our photographers pose and photograph very quickly and we love to do winter shoots with the snow!
This season we experienced a very early (and cold) winter in Taos. This family had to reschedule their family Christmas photo shoot several times due to snowstorms! We finally had the opportunity to get together for this sitting the week before Christmas, just in time to send out Christmas cards. Whew!
Mavis and Aaron won a free engagement sitting from Poetic Images by entering our website contest online. When I found out that they have a year old son, we decided to get some family photographs as well. The leaves on the trees were changing and offered us colorful and unique natural backdrops. Mavis and Aaron will exchange their wedding vows next August at the Angel Fire Country Club.
While attending a wedding in the mountains of Utah, I took some time out to capture some photos for this family’s 2014 Christmas cards! Family photos are very popular at this time of year since many people share a photo with friends and family for the holidays. Call and schedule your holiday family pictures and share a smile with your loved ones from miles away.