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Yellow Gold Farm Wedding: Kate & Francis

Emily Hall

Kate & Francis - such a sweet couple. When I met them, I was about as round as a beach ball with Rose - and they still hired me! And now they have their own baby girl on the way! (Yep, I'm a little behind on my blogging - this is a summertime wedding). I really enjoyed getting to know these two. They showed me around the Stayton area and helped me discover some really great new photography spots. This was my first wedding at Yellow Gold Farm, but I hope it's not my last! It's a gorgeous venue. The grounds are immaculate, there's a ton of variety, and the hosts are simply wonderful to work with! This was also the first time I got to do a wedding with Red Apron Catering, which was extra special, because she catered my/our wedding and I've been wanting to work with her ever since.
Congratulations, Kate & Francis! I am SO excited for you guys!

Ron's Pond Wedding: Emily & Lee

Emily Hall

Emily & Lee had a wonderfully intimate wedding with friends and family at Ron's Pond. Their handmade wedding details & thoughtfully planned ceremony & reception were a perfect reflection of Emily & Lee and their relationship. It was a wonderful day, and I could tell you all the reasons why, but you should probably just see for yourself.  :)

Albany Wedding Photographer: Flinn Block Hall with Kirsti & Colton

Emily Hall

I got to photograph Kirsti & Colton's White Spires Church ceremony and Flinn Block Hall reception on June 28th. It was SUCH a good day!

Levi (on the right) is Kirsti's brother. He got married earlier this summer - check their wedding here. Nice wedding bands, right!?

This self-proclaimed shy couple grand-slammed their portraits. I posted lots. Narrowing them down was impossible. I do not apologize.

Can I take a moment to pause here and talk about weddings in general? (I'm going to assume you said yes. Good). Receiving lines. They're wildly unpopular. And, I must respectfully disagree with that sentiment. I LOVE LOVE LOVE receiving lines! They are a wonderful (and speedy, even though nobody believes me) way to get to make sure that you connect with each of your guests (which is typically a post-wedding concern for many thoughtful couples).

So, all of that makes for a great argument FOR a receiving line. Let me make mine as a photographer. LOOK AT THE EMOTIONS (below). You can eat that love up with a spoon! I am such a sucker for those looks of love and joy that a couple receives from friends and family right after a wedding ceremony. I promise not to try to talk you into it when we're talking wedding schedule, but if you're thinking about your upcoming wedding, take a look at those faces below.

Kirsti & Colton, in case it wasn't terribly obvious, I loved your receiving line! :) :)

Hehe! I LOVE that someone else felt like this was a photo worth taking. ;)

I forgot to get a picture with Danielle and Levi at their wedding earlier this summer, so I made up for lost time at the reception.  :)

Congratulations Kirsti & Colton! I can't wait to see you guys again and hear about your awesome honeymoon!