Category Archives: Wedding Inspiration and Tips

Have the time of your life

My hope is you have the time of your life at your wedding. That you enjoy and savor each and every preciousView full post »

Close Your Eyes and Savor the Moment

I knew it the second that I took this photo that it was going to be one of my favorites photos from the day, and itView full post »

Have your guests seated in a circle and get married in the middle!

10 Ceremony Details to do Differently.

1. Switch up your music. Who says you can’t use non traditional recessional music? Maybe incorporate a live musicView full post »

Stunning Teton views for you and your guests if you choose to have your wedding ceremony at the Jackson Hole Golf and Tennis Club.

Unbeatable Ways to Personalize your Wedding Ceremony

There are infinite ways to add tiny touches that will make your wedding feel “uniquely you,” whether it isView full post »

Jackson Hole wedding photography at Diamond Cross Ranch by Hannah Hardaway

Arguments Against a Five Minute Ceremony.

“Our ceremony is going to be really quick, five minutes max…” I get assured by brides all the timeView full post »

When Is The Best Time to get Married in Jackson Hole?

I get asked by brides all the time, “What is the best month to have a wedding in Jackson Hole?” The shortView full post »

“Somewhere we could always return to…”

My parents were married in Rocky Mountain National Park and I remember them telling me, “We wanted to exchange our vowsView full post »

Woodsy, Rustic, and Western… Without being Kitchsy.

Jaimie + Miles’s fun wedding invites (think “woodsy, rustic, and western”) designed by the veryView full post »

Just Add Bacon.

Jenny + Derek’s priceless wedding cake at their destination wedding in Mexico this past spring. Jenny’sView full post »

Red Cowgirl Boots and a Blue Suit

Red cowgirl boots and a blue suit???  Why not!  I love it when couples aren’t afraid to do things a little bitView full post »

A Quiet Moment Away.

How do you make your wedding photos heartfelt and sweet? You worry less about the photos and more about why you areView full post »

Wedding Trend : The Unplugged Wedding.

I have not had the opportunity to photograph a truly “unplugged wedding” yet, but I do look forward to theView full post »