Alyssa made waves yesterday as the NBHS Senior finished her senior photos on the shores of Tenmile Lake. With her family-posse and favorite mutt, Whiskey the photo session began as the sun was setting behind the Dunes. As the sun disappeared the last frame was shot — super images Hedgpeth Family.
We gathered at the Riverwalk in Coquille to start Kelsey Hurt’s senior photo session. After some fun family photos, Kelsey changed into cheer-clothes for another session at the high school. Soon the real treat of the day would ensue — a rare visit to the Yates Ranch out Fairview. Griff & Amy were super hosts as we climbed fences, opened barn doors and perched ourselves on their river deck for some awesome images.
Tonight we will hit the beach at sunset, hoping for more prizewinners with a super CHS Lady Red Devil.
Besides parking & reparking one’s car, the Deep Woods Resort is quite a wedding venue. Each corner of the wedding park is alive with endless beauty under a green forest canopy. Add Cameron & Tarah Malstrom — well, pretty gets even prettier. Not only was this couple’s nuptial elegant — love was definitely in the air.
2015 Senior Alyssa Hedgpeth spent part of her grad photo session in the pool this morning. The talented MHS swimmer brought along her former teammate, Shaylyn Brownell, who will soon be leaving for a college swim scholarship. These two athletes posed for some quick poolside photos, promising to finish Alyssa’s next session at Tenmile Lake. Can’t wait for those…!!! Great job today Lady Pirates…!!!
This Labor Day there was more than the usual celebration with the wedding of Seth Bailey & Haley Rose. Over one hundred guests spent their holiday at the Palouse Creek Ranch for an afternoon of romance, great food and live entertainment. The biggest surprises of all were Haley in her wedding dress being driven to their romantic ceremony site in a six-seat ATV 4×4, plus Hannah Bailey as officiant. She made the ceremony & nuptial more than official…!!!
These two newlyweds have plenty of honeymoon ahead of them, but their airplane sendoff was a first for me. Dozens of hand-tossed gliders replaced the traditional rice throw as the couple made their exit from the barn….only to return to dance the night away and enjoy the ranch with their families.