Traveling to a far off coast line with white sand beaches and deep blue ocean as far as you can see is a great option for a destination wedding. However, there is something to be said about the outstanding beauty of springtime in the Hill Country of Texas near Concan, or a summertime day on the coast of sunny and mild San Diego.
My passport is always current and I love any excuse to travel and photograph in different places. So if you’re planning a destination wedding I'd love to hear from you. If the dates are during my off season of November through May, I can make you a sweet deal on your photography.
happy weddings, Larry Stanley
Check out these albums of destination weddings I have been fortunate to photograph. Enjoy the view!
Meredith, New Hampshire
Heather and Matthew celebrated with their family and friends on the Keslin farm in the beautiful lake community of Lake Winnipesaukee. The wedding was held in 200 year old stone chapel on the Holderness campus where the bride attended school. The New Hampshire weather was hot, humid and extremely beautiful by any measure. It was a day that they will never forget!
Peggy Sue and Chris were married on the family ranch in the hill country of Texas. The Texas spring was so green and lush. The poppy fields were over the top!
San Diego, California
Natalie and David married at a beautiful resort on the coast of California. It was a 'white wedding' with all of David's fellow Navy Seals in their dress whites! The Pastor and singers came from their local LA church and the music for the wedding was soulful! David joined the band later during the party and tore it up on his electric guitar!
Paradise Valley Montana
Stephanie and Michael came all the way from England to have their destination wedding surrounded by the breath taking views of Chico Hot Springs Resort. Paradise Valley is given to eloquent sunsets and often rainbows throughout the summer months.