Palm Springs Wedding Portraits

April 12, 2019

This Palm Springs bridal session will go down as one of my favorite of all time. Nick and Shannon had their Palm Springs wedding at The O’Donnell House and I met them the day before for a really fun portrait session all around town. Their wedding celebration started at The Holiday House, where I met them for a quick game of shuffleboard! Only in Palm Springs can you get married and practice for your retirement at the same time!

We then ran over to this secret oasis for a little adventure. This place felt straight out of The Flintstones, and I was convinced they must have been the first inhabitants of Palm Springs. Shannon wore the most amazing Grace Loves Lace gown and a pair of heels that I didn’t believe were adventure friendly. But she sure did prove me wrong. We may have lost track of time and overstayed our welcome by a little bit. We may also have been escorted out by park rangers because of this, so it really was quite an adventure.

After the oasis, we ran around town looking for mid-century gems, which obviously weren’t hard to find given Palm Springs is a gold mine. We made our way to The Parker to take some photos with the iconic front door and gorgeous breeze block wall. If anyone wants to hire me for a wedding there I would be forever in love with you!

We ended the session in a field of windmills that I had scouted on my way into town. We were awarded the prettiest sunset spilling over the surrounding mountains that evening. Ever since living in San Diego and traveling often to the area, desert sunsets have been my favorite thing on earth. When someone asks my favorite color, desert sunset is usually my answer. Someday I’ll own a little home in the desert made mostly of windows where I’ll tend to my cacti and bask in those perfect sunsets every night!

Until then I hope to get back to Palm Springs often. So please think of me when you’re looking for a Palm Springs wedding photographer! I have a special package for California weddings that requires no extra travel fees to make it crazy easy for you!

  1. Chelsea

    April 17th, 2019 at 8:20 pm

    Omg stopppppp these are gorgeous!! I’m going to Palm Springs next week and these photos made me extra excited to visit!!

  2. Kyle Carnes

    April 18th, 2019 at 12:05 am

    It looks like you got to shoot in a lot of cool locations in Palm Springs for this wedding portrait session. I loved the wide image of the couple in front of the red door. Simple posing with a cool background.

  3. Kayla Dolce

    April 18th, 2019 at 12:17 am

    Wow!! THESE ARE INCREDIBLE. A Palm Springs Wedding looks gorgeous- I’m sold from these photos!

  4. Federico X. Serrano

    April 18th, 2019 at 12:30 am

    Wow, this makes me want to live in Palm Springs these weddings photos are seriously so good! Such clean and easy tones and great composition!

  5. Jen

    April 18th, 2019 at 6:33 am

    Wow! You three really did go on an adventure!!! This set is truly stunning- and those shuffle board photos- perfection. Not only are the photos super sweet and romantic, you captured the essence of Palm Springs so beautifully!

  6. dylan

    April 18th, 2019 at 10:51 pm

    So many perfect locations and you crush it with the light. Great work

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