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Pomeroy Farm Wedding, Jesse and Sierra

I absolutely love photographing couples at Pomeroy Farm Wedding Venue in Yacolt WA! It is by far one of my favorite venues. I love that is a historical venue. The history is so neat, the property is absolutely stunning and the family who owns and operates the wedding venue and historic farm are just the sweetest. They offer a variety of events throughout the year for families to visit and learn about the farm. Pumpkin lane is one of my favorites in October! If you haven't been out to see this beautiful historic Farm,  Wedding Venue, and winery you should definitely plan a visit!  Wedding Venue: Pomeroy Farm- Yacolt, WA What song did you choose for your first dance? Millionaire Chris Stapleton Where is your dress from? Brides for a Cause Wedding Hanger by Simply Chic Coils Who did you use for Flowers? Vancouver  Farmers Market Describe your vision and style for the decorations: Laid back, unique, happy, a mix of beautiful in-season flowers, great food, the best people. What are yo

Not your backyard wedding {Private Estate Camas WA Wedding Photographer}

A backyard wedding can be a beautiful and intimate way to celebrate your special day with loved ones. However, planning a backyard wedding can also come with its own unique set of challenges. Here are three things to consider when having a backyard wedding: Weather: One of the biggest risks of having a backyard wedding is dealing with unexpected weather. Make sure to have a backup plan in case of rain or extreme heat. Renting a tent or indoor space can help ensure that your wedding day isn't ruined by inclement weather. Space: Depending on the size of your backyard, you may need to consider how to best utilize the space for your wedding. Consider factors such as the number of guests you plan to invite, the size of your tables and chairs, and any additional space you may need for a dance floor or other activities. Logistics: While a backyard wedding can be a beautiful and intimate option, it can also require more logistical planning than a traditional venue. You will need to conside