November 27, 2018
If you are planning your Shupe Homestead wedding consider doing it during the fall. Shupe Homestead is located on a winding country road and when you arrive on the property it feels like you’ve stepped into a quiet, weekend retreat. Although the property is beautiful during every season, my favorite time of year to photograph this location is definitely fall. Yellow and gold leaves dance around the property like confetti and the warmth of the field behind the venue is at an all time high. For the most beautiful lighting be sure to plan your ceremony a few hours before sunset to ensure plenty of time to soak up the golden rays. The indoor banquet hall has a great space for dancing and plenty of room for family style seating.
If you’ve got photography on the mind, this property has a plethora of options no matter the weather. From open fields overlooking the foothills to a beautiful pond right next to the outdoor ceremony location. You can’t go wrong no matter which way you turn!
If I’m totally honest, my best memory of Katlyn and James’ wedding day was her mom’s snickerdoodle cookies. At my own wedding, my one request for my mother was that she bake her famous cookies and load up our dessert bar with them. She followed through. I’m sure Katlyn had a similar request and that’s exactly why she and James have my heart. Their wedding day was filled with faith and family. And isn’t that what every wedding should look like?
From the tearful hidden first look with their family and friends surrounding them to the most beautiful sunset I’ve seen all year…everything about their day was magic. Katlyn and James were big on memories and prayer. Their family and friends blessed them with a day filled with both of these.
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