What began as love between a handsome bearded fisherman and a Katrina-refugee artist developed into this fabulous eclectic wedding and will continue on to a beautiful marriage as Lindsay & Aaron begin their life together. Seersucker suits. Louboutins. Cruiser bikes. Pedicabs. Balloons. Two amazing dresses, paired with two amazing veils. Live jazz band. One amazing historic art deco home. I loved absolutely EVERYTHING about this wedding! I know a lot of you have been anxious to see the results of this fabulous day - enjoy your preview! The rest of your images will be ready soon :)
Lindsay, you are absolutely radiant!
Lindsay looked especially lovely, thanks to my dear friend Peter at Mr. Beauty. Oh, how I love working with Peter!
Lindsay & Aaron's families stayed at the Heister House in Salida - this totally amazing art deco home that's available for rent (and listed on the National Register of Historic Places!) I love love LOVED shooting there. And how crazy amazing is this gigantic bow veil? I could have NEVER pulled it off - which is what makes me love Lindsay even more - she totally can :) This girl has some serious style, in ways that I can only dream about. Both veils were custom made by Sara Gabriel.
Love the Heister House and love dress #1 from J Crew!
One of the wonderful things about Salida is how most things are within walking and biking distance. Since the ceremony at First United Methodist is only a few blocks away from the reception at the Salida Steamplant, most of the guests rode their cruisers, and Lindsay and Aaron took a pedicab :)
Guestbook? Nah. A signed paddle is way cooler :)
Dress #2 : A custom tea-length creation by the utterly fabulous Stephanie James. I really cannot begin to explain how much I love the blue tulle. I'm tempted to try, but my love for this dress is totally beyond words.
We had perfect lighting. Perfect.
At one point during the reception, I overheard Lindsay & a guest talking about me. Lindsay referred to me as " this awesome indie photographer". This totally delighted me.
I always love shooting at the Salida Steamplant! What an excellent venue.
Unsuspecting dude catching the bouquet = do-over.
Lindsay & Aaron - you guys are wonderful! I absolutely loved your wedding and I was thrilled to be a part of your festivities :)