Timber and Cheyenne’s day has been long anticipated. Two years in the making- and countless more years as they grew their love from a young age. Have I mentioned I am a bit biased to young love?! There is something so special about growing with your spouse through the college years, the 20s, and all the in-betweens seasons of growth. Discovering yourself while holding the hand of your best friend. I digress. Timber and Cheyenne’s wedding day…..They planned this day for many months and the day unfolded so perfectly- all due to the preparations ahead of time that allowed them to be able to relax during their day having every detail already covered. Their wedding day became one in which they were able to take the time to breathe and enjoy each.single.beautiful.moment. I hope these images do justice to their beautiful day!!
I fell in love with the gorgeous venue; a historic horse barn and estate in West Linn, Oregon. The ramp style barn was erected in 1900 and it’s one of the best preserved barns in Clackamas County. The Queen Anne Victorian home was built in 1887 with distinctive features and surrounded by old growth- in fact the largest sequoia in Clackamas county towers just outside the front door making this a natural beauty and a breath taking venue for this couple’s most perfect day. The staff was superb -I love working with professionals who excel in their craft and this wedding was filled with those- including the team at Sunflower Flats…. oh my goodness the floral pieces were to die for!!
Of course I always appreciate a couple who is willing to schedule themselves some great golden light time…. it’s just so dreamy and so worth leaving the party and focusing on their love even if just for a bit. Thank you for EVERYTHING Cheyenne and Timber, xoxo Xiomara