Tahoe wedding photographers
Lake Tahoe is a true 4-season resort area with something to do/see any time of the year and always a beautiful backdrop Lake Tahoe wedding photographers. North Lake Tahoe wedding While the deep blue lake never gets toasty warm, it helps to keep the temperature pleasant through the summer months and in the winter, the area transforms into a wintery wonderland. As a Lake Tahoe wedding photographer we enjoy the typically vibrant photographic experience, with over 240 cloudless days each year. From the full service and internationally acclaimed Village at Squaw Valley to the gold-rush-era feel of Truckee and all the cute log cabin communities in between, the area has plenty of options for accommodations and as a destination, tons to see and do. If you love nature photography and an historic setting, Lake Tahoe offers both and is one of our favorite places for destination wedding photography and for our California wedding clients.
About Viera Photographics
Viera Photographics is a husband and wife wedding photography team located in Sonoma, California. They specialize in telling stories through their style of wedding photojournalism and candid documentary wedding photography. In business since 2005 they are considered to be one of the top high-end wedding photographers. Their unique wedding photographic style emphasizes stylish storytelling with raw emotion. They bring impeccable and unmatched customer service on every level.
Jaime, Dennis and their team are available worldwide with no travel fees. They travel often photographing weddings all over the world. Some of their top destinations are: Napa, San Francisco, Tahoe, Big Sur, Los Angeles, San Diego, Santa Barbara, New York, Newport, Rhode Island, Vermont, Mexico, and Hawaii.
Featured Tahoe weddings
I remember sitting in the sand on the southern shore of Lake Tahoe at the age of 5, eating a bowl of ice cream and thinking how nice it’d be to dip my toes in the lake to cool off. It’s one of my most vivid childhood memories. For us, that was a “day at the beach”. At over 1600 feet deep and situated a mile above sea level, Lake Tahoe is our nation’s largest body of water by volume west of the Mississippi. It is incredibly blue, and incredibly beautiful…but absolutely freezing cold year-round. As much as we love the area, we don’t get up to Lake Tahoe enough, so we were extra psyched for Nina and David’s Tahoe wedding weekend. The festivities kicked off with a sunset welcome dinner at Homewood Mountain Ski Resort atop the quail chair lift. It was great to finally meet David, Nina, and their gorgeous boy Remi. Headed up the chairlift, the serenity of the panoramas behind us were breathtaking. As the sun dipped behind Ellis Peak, the veiled evening light hinted at the two wildfires which earlier in the day, had begun raging to our west. The Howard Wiley jazz quartet added the perfect soundtrack to this ethereal dinner setting as friends and family greeted each other and shared a family-style dinner together high atop Big Blue. The next morning we met Nina at the home that has served as their families getaway spot since she was just 10 years old. In the breakfast nook, the girls were finishing hair and makeup, down in the laundry room dad was wrapping up some last minute ironing, while in the upstairs bedroom, Nina’s brother was revising his final draft for his part in the ceremony. It was family at its best. Over at the boys cabin, David (a savvy music lover as well as a full time music producer) kept the playlist jazzy while friends sipped single-malt scotch on the balcony,… Continue Reading
Christina and Karl’s Northstar Tahoe wedding was held in the deep of the winter. While planning their wedding, Karl’s vision of getting married was to have a casual affair. He wanted the celebrations to take place in the middle of the forest in a hunting lodge with everyone decked out in furs, standing by the fire – and they would just throw down their goblets and declare themselves wed! Christina had a slightly different version, but ran with the hunting lodge, fur, and woods idea. Together with her wedding coordinator they created a modern Kelly Wearstler in-the-woods type feel; with lots of black and white elements. Their Northstar Tahoe wedding ceremony held in the middle of a snow covered aspen grove, complete with roasted chestnuts, firepits and a good old fashioned log sawing. Christina wore Pricilla of Boston with a vintage fur coat. The reception was held at Baxter’s at Northstar and decorated in a Miss Havisham (from the Charles Dickens novel Great Expectations) meets Tahoe hunting lodge. A winter celebration to be remembered! Continue Reading