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  • Thanks for taking a look at our work. We are Evan and Melissa Roth. We specialize in capturing genuine moments through wedding photography. Our drive is to create photographs with timeless beauty that will be remembered and passed down by many future generations.

    We believe that photography itself doesn't change the world, but it reminds us how beautiful life is and of the purpose for which we are here.

    We are based in Salem, Oregon but we love to travel and we're up for anything.

    Our business isn't so much about us, it's more about you, our amazing subjects that have made this possible. We wouldn't be anywhere without you all and it has been incredible so far. Thank you!!

When Sam first laid eyes on Carly at a coffee shop, he knew she was something special. Que Landon Pigg’s “Falling in Love at a Coffee Shop” ;) Time flew and now they’ve begun their happily ever after. However, it’s evident that Sam & Carly understand that living a happily married life takes more than daydreaming over lattes.  As part of their ceremony, in addition to their “I do’s”, Sam & Carly gave beautifully written personal vows with the depth of commitment and dedication throughout.  Most people would stop there, but they also incorporated the foundations of Dr. John Gottman marriage counsel. (Gottman is an author and professor known for his very extensive study and literature – all on making marriage last.)

Sam & Carly, your vows to one another were beautiful and exemplified a maturity that was inspiring. So much so, it had a several-years-married-with-a-baby couple like us talking and evaluating our own relationship. Thank you both for allowing us to be a part of your special day and experience the honesty and commitment you share with each other. We wish you all the best!

  • Jasmine - I’m so in love with these photos! ReplyCancel

  • Olivia - Where is this venue? It is beautiful!ReplyCancel

  • Evan - Hi Olivia, it’s Postalwaits – it’s a little bit northeast of Woodburn Oregon!ReplyCancel