There is something very special about having your wedding celebration in the backyard of a family member or close friend. We have photographed many backyard weddings that range from 2 to 200 guests. We love the intimate feel and the sentimental meaning behind them. Also, backyard weddings are perfect for getting creative in your decor, from twinkling lights that line the trees to tables lined with your grandmother’s linens. We even photographed one that was a potluck and it was absolutely delicious!Bringing your friends and family together for this kind of gathering is truly something special. We invite you to browse through our collection of backyard weddings and grab some ideas for your own day!
Korina & Cameron
It feels like a good time to bring you a sunny beachy wedding. Yes, that’s what we need right now. Lucky for us, we have this cute little Carlsbad California wedding in the blog line up and it’s ready for sharing! Korina and Cameron are both Portlanders but for their nuptials, they chose the backyard of…
Alex & Alexa
Alex & Alexa’s backyard wedding at her parents home in Fairview, Oregon was what we like to call “right up our alley”. Even if you have 100 guests in your backyard for a wedding, it somehow still feels intimate like a family affair.
Alberta Canada Wedding
As we snapped away, we caught ourselves noticing, and later commenting to each other, about how easy the day felt. Everyone was happy. There was no fuss and frenzy. It was simple, joyful and straight to the heart.
Dan & Alicia
Dan and Alicia were engaged in New Zealand and knew from the start that they wanted to throw a fun, backyard, low key surprise wedding for their friends and family.
Dan & Staci
Lindsay and I fell in love with Staci and Dan. Every moment of their wedding was incredibly touching. Staci and Dan’s wedding was also just featured in one of our favorite wedding blogs – Junebug Weddings.
Officer's Row, Vancouver Wedding
Breath taking photos of an intimate ceremony held in Vancouver Washington in a Gazebo at Officer’s Row photographed by Daniel Stark