Kayla and Austin | Colton, Oregon Wedding Photography

Kayla and Austin’s relationship started with a wedding.

You see, they’ve already been married once before.

To each other.

In college.

Through their fraternity and sorority.

Now I’ve never been a part of any kind of Greek Life, so I don’t really understand the nature of this joke wedding, but I do know that it was a pretty accurate foreshadowing of what was to come for these two.

The pair were married for the second time (this time for real) on December 17th at Camp Colton. The chapel stood in a clearing of giant Douglas Firs, blanketed in a thick layer of fog that lasted the whole day. It may not have snowed like Kayla had hoped, but the fog was almost as good. It felt like a winter wonderland.

Before heading to Camp Colton, Kayla and Austin got ready at the Prairie House Inn; a gorgeous little bed and breakfast in Molalla. It was a wonderful start to a perfect day.

Congratulations Kayla and Austin! I had an amazing time working with you! Happy new year!

4 thoughts on “Kayla and Austin | Colton, Oregon Wedding Photography

  1. ahh these photos are stunning! the fog ones are my fav.

    may i ask what kind of lighting you use when you shoot weddings, if that is not to intrusive. i am finishing up my photography degree in school right now, and am interested in shooting weddings on the side once i am finished, but have no clue to what kind of lighting equipment/tools are best to purchase.

    your photos always look fantastic! you definitely inspire me 🙂

    • Hi Danielle! Thanks for the compliments! I’d say that about 90% of the time I just use natural light sources in my photos (sometimes I use a silver reflector to bounce the light around a little extra too.) When the situation calls for it – like during indoor wedding receptions – I use a Canon Speedlight on camera with a slower shutter speed. I hope that helps answer your question! Good luck starting your business!

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