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Lora and Jim got married at Our Lady of Guadalupe church off of the plaza in Taos, NM. The wedding colors, tangerine and ivory, were vibrant in the photos. Local Taos florist, The Enchanted Florist, designed the bouquets and boutonnieres with roses and lilies. The bouquets were wrapped with white ribbon. The flower girls dropped tangerine flower petals in their processional down the aisle before the bride. The reception took place at popular venue, The Sagebrush, and the newlyweds danced into the night.
It’s the little details from wedding day that make your day so memorable (and my day so fun to photograph)! Ashleigh and Matthew didn’t miss a beat when doing their wedding planning. The dress was altered and pressed, the wedding rings were shined, the decorative Ball jars were adorned with pink roses and baby’s breath, hung from the apple orchard trees with great care. This wedding took place in the beautiful Taos Ski Valley with the ceremony on the bride’s private hacienda. The reception took place at the popular St. Bernard.
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.
Gaia is nine years old and an amazing little girl! She followed her photographer’s instructions without hesitation as she smiled her way through this photography session. Gaia loves to model and dance and sing. She made this modeling portfolio for Nickelodeon as she is pursuing an acting career where she can put her talents to work!
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.”