Sip……we love wine as much as you. And the only thing better than drinking wine at a winery, is getting married at one. Winery weddings are amazing because you get a few magical elements all in one. An intimate setting. A beautiful backdrop with minimal decor required. A delicious (and local) accompaniment to guest meals. It’s simply impossible to take a bad photo at a winery. And it’s simply impossible not to have a blast at a winery wedding either. We encourage you to explore the winery weddings we have on our blog, and get caught up in inspiration for your own!
Dona & Justin
Finally bringing Dona and Justin’s Purple Orchid Resort and Spa wedding to the blog! Ah, we are so excited to share this wonderful Livermore, California wedding with you today.
Kyle & Tiffany
We love a venue with history. The Sunshine Mill Winery has the history, the charm, the beauty and the unique character that made us extra excited to photograph all the possibilities there. We are so thankful to this incredibly kind and amazing couple, Kyle and Tiffany, for throwing the most perfect Sunshine Mill Winery wedding one could ask for.
MaryJane & Andy
The first time you lay your lens on a new destination wedding unlocks a new set of eyes. A new set of creative images. A new story to unfold. It’s so exciting and often results in some of our best work.
Jake & Marisa
Jake and Marisa’s Allison Inn wedding in the heart of the Willamette Valley wine country was one of our favorites we have photographed in the area.
Elisa & Jeff
Elisa and Jeff tied the knot in a small, simple and charming Black Walnut Inn wedding down in the Willamette Valley. When I, Lindsay, arrived to photograph their big day, Jeff was getting ready with his two children and Elisa with her sister and best friends. From the moment I arrived, I knew I was photographing something special.
Natalie & Hai
If you don’t know Gorge Crest Vineyards, it is an amazing Oregon wedding venue that is nestled above the Columbia Gorge. Sweeping gorge views abound, Mt. Hood stares you smack in the face from every angle and the venue’s private grape vines combined with wildflower gardens offer you that classic Oregon winery feeling.