Catrise & Brandon

I loved being able to capture Catrise and Brandon’s wedding day. These two have such a sweet love story.  They have been dating since they were in 8th grade!  I really enjoyed and appreciated their easy, laid back attitudes.   One of my favorite parts of their wedding day was noticing all of the support and love from both of their families.  This couple is surrounded by people who adore and support them. 

So, we didn’t have the magic hour of sunset at this location, but the overcast, cloudy day made for great lighting during couples portraits.

Thank you, Catrise and Brandon, for letting me photograph your wedding day.  Thank you for selflessly serving our country in the Marine Corps, Brandon!

Congrats you two. <3

Steil family at the ocean!

  I was so excited when Heather reached out to me to set up a portrait session with her family!

 When I first arrived we were all a little bit overwhelmed by how windy it was.  Luckily I was working with a family with great senses of humor and patience.  The golden hour light approached and we were graced with beautiful golden light! 

The family was together to celebrate the wedding anniversary of their parents/grandparents! This sweet couple celebrated their 50th anniversary! 

It was a joy working with all of you! <3 Enjoy your images!

Love Built Over Time

While I was in South Dakota I got the pleasure of photographing Lowell & Twyla.  I was immediately welcomed into their cozy home in the small town of Hartford, South Dakota.  They were very open in to share some advice about marriage which included always being honest, and remembering to have fun.  I also got a tour of their home. Lowell showed me a few epic fish he has caught! Twyla also showed me her incredible quilt collection! I have never seen such a beautiful collection of quilts. 

This gorgeous couple will be celebrating their 58th wedding anniversary in October. 

Lowell & Twyla: Thank you for giving me an opportunity to see and capture your love.  I enjoyed the gentleness and sweetness of how you see one another. 

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