Today I’m blogging a wedding that I had back in June of last year. Danielle and Bryce were married at her childhood home. I remember the first time I went there. Coming off the interstate all I could see were mountains. I’ve lived her my whole life surrounded by mountains, but there was something just breathtaking and special about these mountains. Maybe the area being so flat and then this amazing view of mountains. I don’t know? What I do know, is that every time I saw them they stopped me, and made me appreciate the area I live in.
I also am in wonder that Danielle called this gorgeous farmhouse her home. I keep thinking of how wonderful her childhood was on this beautiful farm. She grew up with horses. That is a big part of their family, and I enjoyed hearing her stories. She incorporated a few things from her late horse Fastbeat. Which I loved as well.
I’ve never owned a horse, but I’ve been blessed to have the opportunity to photograph my brides who have. There is something so special about the connection with horses and their owners. I really loved that Danielle incorporated this into their wedding.
The day of their wedding the forecast was for rain, but it held off for us and we were able to get everything we needed. You can see the storm clouds waiting behind us in the distance. I’ve never photographed images like these, but I loved the deep blues from the clouds! It was literally like a sheet in the distance. It’s hard for me to explain, but it was a dream!
Their ceremony was sweet and filled with sentimental details. Bryce has a refurbished tractor that he rode up on for the ceremony. I also loved the cross at the end of aisle, and the rope ceremony that was fixed on a decorative plaque to hang in their home later.
Their day was magical, and I feel very blessed to have been there for them. I hope you guys love these images as much as I do.