Cheyenne Mini Sessions • May 18, 2019

Spring is my all time favorite season for photos! I love the fresh feeling and clean start spring brings. And I’m obsessed with all the engaged couples that come my way, the cute families ready for updated photos, and the seniors ready to knock out their senior photos with the bright colors! Here are 3 reasons why Spring mini’s are the BEST!

1. Short and sweet for the men! I know your man isn’t up for 2 hours of photos. Mini sessions are the perfect opportunity to for you to get beautiful photos in a short time! You’re happy and your man is happy!

2. Pretty weather. I really love spring because it’s not too hot or too cold! Okay, don’t laugh at that, because you know it’s true. Spring is just warm enough that the kids don’t need jackets, but still not hot enough that you’re sweating throughout your session.

3. Bright colors! Spring brings the prettiest colors to Wyoming. I love the lush greens and blossoms that come in! Both locations are going to be so dreamy during this time!

Mini Sessions can be used for couples, portraits or families up to 5 people! Each mini session is 25 minutes with at least 20 high resolution images within 3 weeks of your session. Fill out the contact form below to book your spot. Mini sessions are $150. A $50 deposit is required to reserve your time slot. The remaining amount will be due at time of session.

These sessions will be taking place in Cheyenne. Exact location will be released after deposit is paid.

Saturday, May 18th, 2019 Morning
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8:00AM - OPEN
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Saturday, May 18th, 2019 Evening
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6:30pm - booked
7:00pm - booked
7:30PM - OPEN

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Colorado Monument • Anniversary

If you’ve wandered through my website and blog, you will probably recognize this beautiful woman. This is my sister Jodi and her husband Jayden.

This past week I got to meet my family up in Colorado and spend some time with them. Whenever we’re together I try to make sure I get Jodi and Jayden some updated family photos if possible because they are a blast to shoot! So I asked if we could head up to The Monument which is one of my all time favorite places to explore and shoot at. I have shot a surprise proposal and I have shots our family photos here before my brother left on his mission to Alaska!

I loved the light we had this specific night. It’s a little cloudy with the sun peeking through every couple minutes. As you can see it was stunning! I love Jodi‘s yellow dress. I felt like it was perfect for the backdrop we had. Little Myla-Jade is now two years old and I love her! She is so much fun to hang out with. MJ talks so much. I love seeing her be so talkative, especially for a two years old. I feel like I can have complete conversations with her.

I’ve honestly never been much of a baby person or a kid person in general. I usually avoid holding babies and kids and they were never a fan of me either. But when Myla-Jade first called me KeKe (that’s now my aunt name) I was hooked! She was one of the first kids who actually would come up to me and want to me to hold her. It has always been so special to me.

Enjoy my favorite Anniversary photos of Jodi and Jayden in Colorado! Their family photos are toward the end! (Saving the best for last!)

Idaho Falls • Woodsy Anniversary

Last spring I shot Maddi and Wyatt’s rooftop proposal which you can see HERE. It was one of the sweetest proposals I’ve ever witnessed! Then I shot their gorgeous engagements in the Idaho mountains HERE. So I have a habit of having a good time with these two. I consider them my adventurous and even crazy friends. If I have an idea of something I want to do that’s “out of the box”, Maddi and Wyatt are the ones I call and they usually say HECK YES! Which is one of the many reasons I love them!

When I saw that Morgan Fay had done Maddi’s make up one day, I told Maddi we had to document, so I pulled these two along to one of my favorite spots in Idaho Falls. Maddi looks amazing, ALWAYS! I love how dorky these two are with each other it. They remind me not to take life too seriously. Enjoy our mini adventure in Idaho Falls!