OMG where do I even start!? Hunter and Erica’s Fall Backyard Wedding in Reno was so special to be apart of. I’ve had the honor of capturing their proposal, their elopement and now their wedding day they’ve dreamed of for so long with all of their favorite people. Checkout their proposal and elopement here!
Erica described their wedding day in three words: Simple, Celebration, FINALLY
They had to postpone their big wedding day for so long due to the stupid rona, and it was finally time to celebrate the best day ever!!!
They started out the day getting ready and having their ceremony at the Hidden Valley Country Club in Reno. Since Hunter and Erica got married the year before at their elopement, they re-shared their vows and pronounced themselves to each other all over again. After the ceremony, we took wedding party photos and family photos on the lawn behind the ceremony! There was a cart lady that came by and gave everyone tequila shots and alcohol to hype them up — hell yeah! The lady had us the bride and groom and I hop into golf carts and we drove over to the most beautiful Willow Trees. Taking portraits here was an absolute dream.
Then we headed to Hunter’s parents house to celebrate the rest of their epic wedding day!!! They had a taco truck, music playing and all their favorite people. They shared dances and speeches and games the entire evening- celebrating the crap outta Erica and Hunter, and then jumped in the pool at the end of the night!!! It was epic.
Congrats y’all!!! I can’t even wait to see how your future unfolds. It’s been the best getting to work with you!!
Photographer || Bridgette Wuest Photography
Florals || Jamie Vail
Food Truck || Reno Pink Taco Truck
Wedding Day Coordinator || Faustin McDonald – Day of Perfection
Dress || Swoon
Suit || Mens Wearhouse
Head to my booking page and fill out my contact form!! I can’t wait to hear from you guys and capture your incredible wedding day!
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