From doing each other's nails to barely getting through the Maid of Honor toast, being a part your childhood best friend's wedding was all we pictured it would be. Thank you to Becky and Logan for bringing me to the beautiful state of Idaho to capture your lovely, lovely wedding. She's picked a strong and courageous Air Force man who also has a sweet side that I got to see as we went Martini tasting. Keep dancing and laughing together, you two, and I hope to see you soon.
The rehearsal dinner was at Cedars Floating Restaurant. Mountains, lakes and prime rib. A delightful recipe.
After a fun night at Crafted Tap House and turtle racing (yeah, it's a thing in downtown Coeur d'Alene), the girls slept over and got ready at The Roosevelt Inn.
My second shooter was none other than MY DAD. We made an awesome team, handing off cameras back and forth. It was an awesome experience being able to spend time with him and be able to learn from him while on the job. He hung out with the groom and his boys while they got ready for the big day.
Time for my favorite photos. The formals.
It was cold and rainy all week, but the day of the wedding, God was good and the weather was gorgeous! The outside ceremony in the fall breeze was perfect. And thank you to Kaycee for picking up the extra camera and getting some grrreeat shots!
The big surprise was when Logan swooped his blushing bride into his arms and carried her away.
Hoping that your love stands as strong and tall as those Idaho mountains. Love you two.