There is a place for huge celebratory weddings. Sometimes though, something smaller more intimate match the couple so well it’s uncanny. Meeting Tyson and Jessica in Tyson’s hometown of Cascade Locks instantly made the intimate wedding fit perfectly with them. After a easy going conversation about the wedding, travel and our collective experiences, I departed really excited about the big day. When I arrived at the venue, Stonehedge Gardens, the weather was great, the venue was great and everyone was excited and happy. Having only 9 people in attendance, it was easy to get to know everyone. Jessica had the perfect dress, it was so elegant and beautiful and understated. Deciding not to see each other before the ceremony, Tyson was able to see her for the first time as she walked down with her father. They were wedded under a beautiful arbor that Tyson built and in front of their parents and Jessica’s son Holden. After the ceremony were some photos and dinner and a great ending to a beautiful day.
From the couple:
It was wonderful, the absolute best customer service, we could’ve gone with a cheaper photographer but the service was superior to anyone else we talked to. He (photographer) was great, he listened to us, he came all the way out to our hometown. Fantastic! He drove 40 minutes for our consult, and then drove about 60 miles for our tiny little wedding. He put as much love and attention into our small wedding as he would’ve a large wedding.