Rewind to roughly two months ago when my sister, Ginni, called me to ask if I would help plan her courthouse wedding in Las Vegas.
Of course, I excitedly said, “YES!”
Ginni causally mentioned hiring a photographer and quickly squeezed in they thought of asking me to take photos but declined that notion because they wanted me to enjoy the ceremony and not stress.
Immediately, I asked for more details of the day and very strongly volunteered my services. Hah. And Khang’s! (more on that later)
Maybe I’m biased, but this is probably one of my “Top Three” favorite sessions-to-date.
After their very sweet and intimate ceremony in front of 15 witnesses, the new Mr. and Mrs. decided to take their offical “married photos” at the very beautiful Red Rocks about 20 minutes away.
And my oh me, I was the luckiest to been able to capture it all!
But let’s start with some pre-ceremony shots. I could do an entire post on just all the lovely little details alone.
My brilliant and creative genius of a sister, Jill of OMAC, is responsible for all the calligraphy and handlettering designs.
I knew exactly how I wanted to take these photos when I saw all the cacti in the yard of our Airbnb.
Each guest had their very own wooden namecard and Marvel action figure with a personal quote from that hero.
The bride and groom loved it all!!
You can check out their Marvel-themed engagement session too!
Okay, if you’re not into all the casinos and city hustle…drive 20 minutes out to Red Rocks for a beautiful scenic drive and hike one of the many trails if you’re feeling up to it!
I definitely would have if I did not have sandals on.
Oh yes, Jill designed their “book elopement announcement” too!
Y’all, how freaking gorgeous right?!?!
I died. Died. After seeing these scans for the first time!
I think my favorite part of the day was when Andrew finally put Ginni’s wedding ring on her finger.
She could not wait to wear it and was so so happy and giddy when he vowed it on.
Here is their video that my crazy talented husband put together for yhe newlyweds!
. Absolutely done with these two.
Well until they ask me to photograph them again. Hah!
You know the saying, “Love loves to love love”?
Well that’s me times 100.
And then when you see it on film…
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