A free spirit, enneagram 4, and introverted extrovert who loves being barefoot, drinking way too much coffee and is an impulsive book buyer. I’m all about playing board games with friends, weekend camping trips and exploring every National Park. So, pour yo’self a cup of coffee (or a glass of wine) and make yourself at home! I’m so happy you’re here.
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I love when couples make their wedding unique to them and who they are. From picking a location close to their heart, handmade cakes, table decor collected from various shops, beer from the brewery they work at, and of course filled with their closest friends and family. These are the weddings that never leave me heart, simply because the couple puts their whole heart into the day. And this was how Cody and Tylers wedding was this September.
They reserved a campground and filled with with BBQ and beer from a brewery Tyler works at, the tables were decorated with the brides vintage camera collection and I cried at their first look and during all the toasts. I am always a lover of details, and this sweet wedding was full of them from the groom’s Sasquatch socks to celebrate the North Idaho heritage to the table with Minnesota and North Idaho details to bring love to both the bride and grooms homelands.
Here’s just a few highlights from Cody and Tylers North Idaho Wilderness Camp Wedding.
Heather Woolery is an intimate wedding and elopement photographer based out of Idaho who travels around the Pacific Northwest and around the world to document couples’ unique stories. Heather is also a writer, mother, and educator who’s got a cold cup of coffee nearby at all times.