The area near Kim’s house is magical. No seriously though, I’m pretty sure there are fairies, elves and trolls. These were all taken in the forest and near the lake that is right next to her quaint cottage. We were in a storybook fairytale.Cooperstown: Here we are in front of the Baseball Hall of Fame since we didn’t want to spend a ton of money going inside
He’s got such blue eyes and the tie really made them noticeable. The backyard wedding was so quaint, with twinkling lights and good company. Consider Kee Miller if you need help designing your reception. He does production design for the LDS Motion Picture Studio and if he can recreate ancient Jerusalem, he can also make a wedding fit your style completely.
Such a gorgeous location and the Xiao’s are such a fun couple! I’m so happy I was a part of it.
There is a magical place called Bear Lake. The water is a phenomenal color, it wasn’t too cold and since it’s on the Idaho/Utah border it is a tad bit less crowded. You must love raspberries while going there because every meal has a mandatory raspberry shake with it. If you love bike riding or ATV rides, they’ve got great trails and the trick is finding a quaint home to rent out for the week.
Mary, the ten year old organizer of this event told me her idea to creatively allow her parents to have an anniversary worth remembering. Especially, since she was part of the reason why they couldn’t be together to spend their anniversary. Let’s just say, it’s evident that Kim has been a huge creative source when it comes to holidays because it has rubbed off in her children. I was asked to do this last minute so I wish I had time to grab another lens and at least a monopod but they enjoy this film the way it is.