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One of the things I enjoy most about being a wedding photographer in Palm Springs is that I get to meet some pretty unique people. First of all, if you are getting married and chose Palm Springs as the destination you are more likely a creative and artistic-minded person. And that is something that I personally love in a bride and groom. Hence the reason I was pretty stoked when I started corresponding with Noah and Lisa about their November wedding at a rental property in Palm Springs. These two were not looking for all the noise that can come with a wedding at some of the more popular Palm Springs wedding venues such as Ace Hotel or Casa Cody. Instead, they wanted simplicity but with a touch of personality. So they chose a modern style rental property near the base of the mountain. That way they could enjoy the scenery, not feel rushed and have wedding guests stay the night if they wanted. They could also do the decorations themselves and have the entire thing feel like their style. The plan was to get married in the backyard of the Palm Springs rental property, snap some photos around the house and then relax over a nice intimate dinner with close friends and family. The guest list was about 15 but every person who attended Noah and Lisa’s wedding was important and loved. Honestly, this wedding was so genuine and relaxed that it was hard not to smile throughout the entire day and even later when I was editing the wedding photos.

Two days after the wedding we scheduled a post-wedding photo session where we photographed some great stuff in the desert, around the city of Palm Springs and at The Saguaro hotel, which offered some pretty awesome background colors. However, when blogging our 2 day Palm Springs wedding adventure together I decided to flip the script and open up with the post-wedding photo session. Below are the images of Noah and Lisa’s wedding and post-wedding photo session. Cheers to both of them for being kindhearted humans with warm souls.

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