Justine has had a huge impact on my life! Justine used to be my life coach, and helped me realize that my passion is in photography. Justine gave me the mindset shift to focus on how much I love being a photographer! I look up to her so much, so it was extremely special to me to be able to shoot her Oregon wedding!
Justine and Kyle’s wedding took place in a quaint farm in Sisters, Oregon. Justine’s family is from France, while Kyle’s family came all the way from New Zealand! It was awesome seeing a gathering of people from all over the world in one place, to celebrate Justine and Kyle.
Kyle’s vows to Justine were beautiful, you could see that their friendship was the foundation of their relationship. With Mount Jefferson in the background, their reception took place at the farm’s gardens with bountiful flowers and veggies. All of their food was local and prepared onsite, which is an amazing way to strive for sustainability! After Justine and Kyle’s gorgeous wedding ceremony in Sisters, we did a mini branding session as a “thank you”: things really felt like they came full circle. I feel so honored to have been able to document Justine’s wedding, when she gave me a helping hand in realizing my dreams!
Exploring around Central Oregon would then find me at Sisters Coffee Company, editing. Chai tea latte in hand, there is something so nostalgic about the space. I really fell in love with the whole town, and there are so many things to do in the area.
THINGS TO DO NEAR SISTERS, OR:
-Explore Smith Rock State Park
-Foodie adventures in Bend, Oregon. Places like Jacksons Corner for a yummy breakfast!
–Bend Whitewater Park. This spot reminds me of Hawaii! There is a section of river that creates surfing waves, so fun!
-Hike around Deschutes National Forest
-Visit waterfalls like Proxy Falls and Tumalo Falls
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Justine’s Branding Session:
Officiant/Planner: Weddings with Heart
Venue: Rainshadow Organics
Coffee Shop: Sisters Coffee Company