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As most of you know, I no longer photograph long wedding days, but I DO still photograph elopements and small ceremonies. And I LOVE it. I’m so excited I was able to photograph Leslie and Tanaz’s wedding this summer, and meet their amazing family and friends.
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I was off work this past weekend, but it’s Thursday and I wanted to be sure you had something pretty to look at! This is the lovely Judy and Chris, who had a sweet little elopement ceremony at Black Walnut Inn back in September 2013. These are a few of my favorites!
I hope you are all having a scrumptious summer, and hopefully staying cool. Remember, I am on Facebook [probably more often than I should be] and you’re welcome to hang out. I am working with my designer, andView full post »
On Sunday I photographed the sweetest little ceremony at my parents’ home. My cousin Sergei, his girlfriend Ariana and their little one all have the same last name now. I’ve photographed a lot of big weddings over the last few years, and I absolutely love them, but elopements are a great reminder of the things that are really important.
The two year old played the prelude on the piano ;). My mom played while my grandpa sang, and then he preformed the ceremony. There was homemadeView full post »
If you missed Part One, you can click HERE to see it!
I love this family. All these ladies are sisters, and Liz [in the blue dress] and Ed are married. I’m so glad they could all join us at Powell Butte for our little spring celebration. And huge congrats to Liz, who just graduated from nursing school!
Lucky for us, Sierra was able to join us last-minute due to a cancelled flight. Flower crowns are totally transferrable.This is the part where it looks like I’m just the funniestView full post »
The clouds quite literally parted for these two. It poured so hard on my way to meet them, I had to turn my windshield wipers all the way up to eleven. But once their session started, we didn’t even need our umbrellas!
Dear Ches and Maddi,
It was SO nice to finally meet you in person! You are both so sweet, and supportive of each other. Thank you for traipsing all over the park with me, and swapping homeschool and Crossfit stories. I hope I get to see more of you!
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I'm Heather España. I am a lifestyle photographer from NW Oregon. My mission is joy. Let's play.
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