A few years after their wedding day, Andrea and Ted decided to do renew their vows, hire a Yosemite Photographer, and make new memories in a place the adore—Yosemite National Park.
Andrea and Ted had a stressful wedding experience. When they look at their wedding photos, that’s all they remember. Andrea wanted to create a new experience. One worth remembering with joy and no stress. She reached out to me to be her Yosemite Photographer and to help make this vision come to life.
The two of them had a little unofficial, ceremony conducted by Donny at their favorite spot in the Yosemite National Park by Clarks Bridge. It was just the two of them with Donny (a local officiant) and myself. In the quiet of those granite walls they had a moment to remember forever. We took our time and took photos around the Valley floor in the fading sunlight. I cannot not mention Andrea’s gorgeous bouquet. She is a florist and made this gorgeous creation of dried flowers and plants full of fall colors to complement Yosemite’s autumnal color pallet.
I am so happy Andrea and Ted were able to do things different and make new memories after a stressful wedding experience. I find it SO important to have the wedding experience you’ve always dreamed of. You don’t have to do the wedding experience your family has always dreamed of. Your wedding is about you and your partner. The celebration of doing something hard and important. Crafting an experience that reflects who you are is what I love to do.
When you work with me you get a photographer, friend, advocate, guide, and cheerleader. You deserve the best and I will give you my best. Including my deep knowledge of Yosemite National Park.
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