Tips for Planning Your Wedding

This is more like a photographer's wish list. It's a list of things you can do to ensure that you get the best images possible. And a few side tips too!

A Variety Pack

Black and White, Color, or a vintage feel. We love to give you lots of options when we edit each photo.

All The Details

Every little detail, every side story...we capture it all. We shoot all of our weddings as though it was our own.

All the Emotions

I love those moments where everyone lets there walls down and they just allow themselves to fall into that exact moment. It's the emotional part of the story.

Images by the Thousands

We get asked all the time...How many pictures do you take? The answer...on average we take 2000-5000 images

Husband and Wife Team

We first fell in love with photography. Then many years later we fell in love with each other. We combined our passions and found a way to spend more time together. An innovative photography company prevailed.

Eddie's Blog

Eddie has his own blog too. It's another perspective on our photography adventures. You can find his blog at

Rain or Shine...You're Still Mine!

Posted by Amy Kirkpatrick On Tuesday, July 16, 2013
No question....rain has to be one of the most feared disasters that can happen on a wedding day. And rightely so. It's easy to envision your guests diving for dryer locations as they cover their heads with your custom programs. For Jessica she sat in front of a mirror putting on her make up as she heard the sound of icy pellets hitting the ground. As she got to her knees and peered out the window she saw a snowy landscape on a June afternoon. Tears welled up in her eyes as she contemplated the scenario that was unfolding outside.
Now, out of the 170+ weddings Eddie and I have shot we have never once had to photograph a rainy wedding. It may have sprinkled before or after the ceremony, but never when it really counted. And just like the 170 weddings before them, Jessica and Chris found that the sun fought off the clouds enough to create the June like wedding they were hoping for.

But, there are a lot of goods that come with rain and actually make for some pretty knock out photos. Before or after rain is the absolute best time to take pictures. The landscape is lush and colorful. Not to mention that the clouds are dark, dramatic and beautiful. And if you are one of those brides that wouldn't mind venturing into the sprinkles you can always capture some pretty amazing shots.

Jessica + Chris took advantage of the twilight photoshoot and captured a few shots as the rain came tumbling down.

Bozeman, Montana

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