Jason + Kelley (Lakeland Village Wedding Photography, Lake Tahoe)

After a really romantic engagement session at 3-mile beach in Santa Cruz, I was really looking forward to Jason and Kelley’s wedding at Lakeland Village, South Lake Tahoe. We have a lot of common friends, which really adds to the fun of any wedding. Tahoe is a special place for me since that’s where Becky and I were married in 2003. Lakeland Village is a great  Tahoe wedding venue since everything can happen at one place – there’s tons of room for all the guests to stay (and vacation afterwards), and of course it’s beachfront property with epic views of the snow covered Sierras as a backdrop, which is pretty amazing to see in July.

Jason and Kelley has a beautiful ceremony on the lakefront beach, I especially liked the unique addition of using a hammer to nail the lid on a box containing a bottle of wine that they’ll keep sealed for a year. I think that’s WAY better than freezing the top of your cake (yuk!). The rest of the day was all about partying, and this crowd knows how to bring it. Many people were “iced” – having to bend to one knee and chug a Smirnoff Ice whenever they accidentally discovered one hiding. It was a great way to spice up the speeches and other random moments throughout the day.

Here’s my favorite 150 photos I feel cover the day pretty well. There’s lots more to see at www.GoodEyePhotography.com, but if you only have a few minutes, this is a great place to start. Feel free to comment below.

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  • April 14, 2012 - 11:00 am

    Jon M Photography - What a great wedding. This is the first time I have come across your work and I like it a lot. I like your style with colors and composition. Lake Tahoe can be difficult to shoot at at times and you did a good job. I bet the couple is very happy with your work.