This incredible couple came from Georgia to get married in Taos, NM! The wedding party was made up of four people, the best friends of the grooms. The shadows were long and the light was beautiful. The ceremony took place right before sunset and the glow on Taos’ mountains was outstanding.
Christina Lucia Peralta-Ramos is the granddaughter of famous artist, Millicent Rogers. Millicent collected over 1300 pieces of jewelry in her lifetime; Christina has inherited her grandmother’s love of the beautiful southwest silver: rings, necklaces, belts, bracelets, earrings. These photos were taken at the Millicent Rogers Museum in Taos, NM where Christina sits on the board of directors. Christina enjoys coming to Taos from her home in California where she has been an actress and model for most of her life.
Emily Quintana is a beautiful 17 year old graduate from Taos High School. She received her diploma at the end of May 2011 and plans to continue her education at UNM in Albuquerque. We took some amazing pictures of Emily alone, Emily and her boyfriend, her brother, and her entire family.
Alison and Donald were married under the traditional Jewish wedding canopy, a Chuppah. Their wedding was on a very rainy day so of course friends were joking that the Chuppah would keep them dry if we had another downfall. As soon as the couple were wed, the sunshine came out to light up Taos Mountain. The reception site at restaurant Sushi A La Hattori was a perfect place for congregating, delicious food, and gorgeous photos in green courtyard at Overland Sheepskin Company.