After the wet monsoons, Taos is always the most beautiful at the end of July. Daniela and Eric eloped to Taos, NM with the kids! This blended family said vows together affirming their new union. Dan Jones of Embracing Ceremony wrote the unique ceremony and officiated the late morning wedding ceremony. After some photos on the Taos mesa, we popped over to the Earthship for some photos of Eric crossing the threshold with his brand new wife. There is nothing like a New Mexico wedding!
During a time when the wildfires were close, baby Tiana was born in Penasco, NM, less than 20 miles from the fire’s edge. Tiana’s family had a car filled with baby formula and diapers in case an evacuation was called. During a stressful time, baby Tiana was a very calm, corporative newborn! She endured many outfit changes and took quick catnaps so we could photograph both her sleeping and her beautiful eyes.
The Red River Community House hosts outdoor weddings in front of their building. The mountains and the ponderosa pines loom behind the altar and behind Red River’s main street. Ashley and Jordan had a triangle alter made with aspen trees. Gorgeous flowers made with sunflowers and roses hung on the alter. These photos include immediate and extended family, shots of the bridesmaids and groomsmen, the entire wedding party together, and all four legged friends.
Lindsay and Ryan took an Amtrak train across the country to elope in Taos, New Mexico! They chose to stay in a few different off-the-grid Earthships while they visited Northern New Mexico, and have their wedding ceremony in one! The Earthship Biotecture home was a beautiful spot for their morning wedding ceremony. Dan Jones wrote a unique ceremony which spoke about the earth and mountains around the community. Lindsay wore a dress that she crocheted herself and Ryan wore a seersucker suit because his made-to-order suit did not arrive on time. They laughed and enjoyed the struggles and triumphs it took to travel to make their wedding day happen. It was beautiful