Emily Heizer Photography in Rio Linda
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Spectacular Rio Linda Wedding Pictures

I just stumbled upon some fantastic pictures from Emily Heizer photography. These wedding pictures were taken at the Dry Creek Ranch House, and at Gibson Ranch a couple of weeks ago, September 23rd.

Emily Heizer Photography in Rio LindaI just stumbled upon some fantastic pictures from Emily Heizer photography. These wedding pictures were taken at the Dry Creek Ranch House, and at Gibson Ranch a couple of weeks ago, September 23rd.

According to Emily…

“Brian and Sara are Kansas City transplants who managed to create the most beautiful classic country wedding held in Northern California. They tied the knot at Dry Creek Ranch which is a historic house, which I was surprised to find was only a few minutes away from my house and a total gem. Sara & Brian did an excellent job selecting their vendors- their caterers, florist, everyone and everything was great!

Brian & Sara also opted to do a “First Look” prior to the ceremony. Instead of waiting to see each other for the first time when they walked down the aisle in front of the crowds of people (which is typically very nerve wracking), we all met before hand at Gibson Ranch in Elverta to let Brian and Sara have a more private moment together. Brian and I took a short walk out into field and down a side path under an archway of trees. Brian was pretty calm and I set him up facing away, looking down the path while we waiting for Sara’s bridesmaid to drop her off.”

They’re just fantastic pictures, and contrary to the common perception, they are very representative of what Rio Linda is all about; slower, peaceful rural country living. If I were leading the Chamber of Commerce, I’d certainly talk to Emily!

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