Todd and Erin Wedding – Forest Chapel Mammoth Lakes, Westin Resort

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Todd and Erin were married at the Forest Chapel in Mammoth Lakes, CA and had their reception at the Sierra Meadows Ranch.

Check out the following links to view their Wedding Slideshow, Online Gallery, and Facebook Post in a new window and feel free to leave comments!

Venue: Forest Chapel Mammoth Lakes by Tamarack Lodge
Reception: Sierra Meadows Ranch
Hotel: Westin Monache Resort Mammoth Lakes
Photography: David Champagne Photography



This little chipmunk was fascinated by the ceremony! In the left picture he is in the lower right corner.

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3 Responses to Todd and Erin Wedding – Forest Chapel Mammoth Lakes, Westin Resort

  1. Jo Ann King (Mother of the Bride) says:

    David – it was worth the wait!!! I am thrilled with the pictures and can’t wait to see the rest. You are a gifted young photographer with such an artistic eye…I so appreciate the view through your lens.

    Thank you for keeping the memories of such a beautiful experience intact for us. As M.O.B. so many things are already a blur – it will be wonderful to be able to recall everything with ease because of your talent.

    Jo Ann

  2. Jennifer says:

    These pictures are amazing and the wedding looked fabulous! I can’t believe that venue! Love mammoth but don’t think i’ve ever been to that spot…amazing!

  3. Debbie Schaub says:

    I just got engaged on Valentine’s DAy at Petra’s in Mammoth – we are season pass holders (for many years) and spend many days year round in the area. We are looking for a venue, date, and photographer (among other things) for a wedding later this summer/fall. Suggestions/info? Please email me! THese pictures are fantastic. Details on the reception location?

    Debbie

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