Wedding at Sushi A La Hattori in El Prado

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.

A Destination Wedding at El Monte Sagrado

Andrea and Tom came from the east coast to enjoy their destination wedding in Taos, NM. Their intimate ceremony at El Monte Sagrado took place in The Sacred Circle and was officiated by Reverend Susan Varon. The only guests were the bride and the groom’s sets of parents. The clouds provided beautiful natural lighting for photos with gorgeous green backdrop.

Wedding at St. James Episcopal Church in Taos

Angela and Ben got married at the newly remodeled St. James Episcopalian Church in Taos, NM, a gorgeous church to have an air conditioned indoor ceremony! The reception was held at Angladas, owned by El Monte Sagrado. Angela is 100% Italian, so of course lasagna was the dinner entree. Ben and Angela love to have fun and laugh, and we captured this in their photos.

July Wedding in Arroyo Seco, NM

Carla and Fermin had a full Catholic ceremony when they were wed at Holy Trinity Parish in the small village of Arroyo Seco outside of Taos, NM. They celebrated their wedding reception at the Sagebrush Hotel and Convention Center in Los Ranchos de Taos. While driving from the ceremony to the reception site, we stopped to take some photos of the entire wedding party, and some romantics of Carla and Fermin, with beautiful Taos Mountain adorning background. As usual, the New Mexico sky let itself so beautifully to these wedding photographs.

Our Lady of Guadalupe Cathedral in Downtown Taos, NM

Our Lady of Guadalupe is the cathedral right off of the plaza in Taos, NM. This church is special to the groom, Jose, because he and his father constructed all of the woodwork for the church, including the altar. Angelina and Jose had a huge wedding ceremony and reception as they were both born and raised in the area (Angelina from Questa, Jose from Taos). We had amazing light at the end of the night when we stepped outside to photograph some romantics at the Sagebrush Convention Center.

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