Charming Wedding in Red River, NM

Charming Wedding in Red River, NM

This couple was wed at a private residence in Red River, NM. The wedding ceremony was officiated by the bride’s father and took place outdoors under the tall pine trees. There were about 40 guests with a wedding party of six people. The reception was catered by Guadlajara Grill of Taos, NM.

Bride and Groom’s Destination Wedding to Taos, NM

Bride and Groom’s Destination Wedding to Taos, NM

This couple came to Taos to elope, why? Because Taos is their favorite town in the Land of Enchantment! The day was absolutely gorgeous with that perfect Northern New Mexico warmth and breeze in the air. The wedding ceremony took place at local bed and breakfast Hacienda del Sol and the newlyweds had a lovely dinner at local restaurant, “The Love Apple.”

Taos Country Club Wedding

Taos Country Club Wedding

Lori and Sam held their wedding ceremony and reception at the Taos Country Club. These newlyweds were blessed with a gorgeous day, beautiful blue skies, and puffy white clouds. As soon as the sun began to go down, the sky turned into an amazing portrait of yellows, oranges, and purples and we captured some amazing sunset photographs.

Wedding at Presbyterian Church in Dixon, NM

Wedding at Presbyterian Church in Dixon, NM

Cassandra and Joe were married at the 1st Presbyterian Church south of Taos in a little village called Dixon. The Presbyterian Church has a beautiful red altar that sets off the photos with color and contrast. Cassandra carried a lavender and purple wedding bouquet and had the aisle adorned in lavender and purple flowers. Congratulations to Cassandra and Joe!

Wedding Under Taos Cottonwoods

Wedding Under Taos Cottonwoods

Amanda and Jason came to Taos from Albuquerque to recite their wedding nuptials at the green resort, El Monte Sagrado. This June day was absolutely perfect for a wedding. The grass was green and the flowers around this resort were in bloom and fragrant. The reception followed the ceremony in the Rio Grande Ballroom where the bride and groom had their first dance. The wedding party consisted of four girls, four guys, a flower girl, and a ring bearer.

Scottish Wedding with a Southwest Flair

Scottish Wedding with a Southwest Flair

Stephanie and Stephen came to Taos, NM to tie the knot at the Hacienda del Sol, a local bed and breakfast. Staying true to his Scottish heritage customs, Stephen wore a traditional Kilt complete with socks and flashes, belt buckle, and a dress Sporran. After their small and intimate wedding ceremony, this bride and groom celebrated with champagne, signing their wedding license, and the cutting of their cake.