After almost ten years as a wedding photographer, I’ve seen a lot. I’ve seen the ups, the downs, and the most significant stressors of them all. This is why I’ve created this blog post so you can have the best wedding photographs while being stress-free! I want you to think back to your wedding day and think “that was the best day ever”.
Planning a proposal in the middle of a global pandemic is probably not the easiest thing in the world to do. However, a proposal at the Hyatt in Lake Tahoe cannot be beaten. Proposing on the beach of Lake Tahoe at sunset is a guaranteed answer of YES!
So you’re ready to propose to the love of your life! How about proposing in Lake Tahoe, and having the most epic proposal photos?!
Tahoe is an excellent location for anything and everything, but it is an exceptional place to propose! There are so many beautiful locations to pop that question with that ring you’re holding onto.
The Chateau at Incline Village is surrounded by the beautiful nature of Lake Tahoe with stunning views of the lake and the mountains. The Chateau also has a modern touch with vaulted timber ceilings, large stone fireplaces, and spacious covered decks to enjoy the views.
There is just something about Lake Tahoe that calls to the heart of adventurers. It’s gorgeous views, incredible weather & natural beauty called to Taylor & Aston. They just knew that had to get married here, even though they live down South in Tennessee!!
I will start off wit saying if anyone wants wedding photos at Lake Louise, Alberta, I will drop everything and do it!! These engagement photos at Lake Louise are STUNNING!! It is one of my favorite locations to photograph.
The Hyatt Lake Tahoe wedding venue in Incline is one of my favorite venues of Lake Tahoe. The bridal suites that are close to the ceremony locations are great for photos. They offer a lot of space and have decent light, which is a great thing for getting ready photos! Both the garden and lakeside ceremony spots are stunning that you can’t go wrong.
This sweet family contacted me last minute to photograph their family session in Lake Tahoe. They originally planned to travel to Yosemite, but unfortunately, California had other plans for them.
Tahoe has a lot of wedding photographers, so to stand out as a unique photographer in the area, I like to include something different. My favorite way of photographing the wedding rings is to include them with something else that is sparkly… glitter!
This family booked a family session in Lake Tahoe because they were all in town for their parent’s fiftieth anniversary. They wanted to have family photos of them all together on vacation. Right before the session started, the weather started blizzarding! We had booked the session for the beach to have an excellent background of the lake and the mountains. However, with a blizzard, it looked more like we were in an igloo!