Hayley Waldo is an international wedding photographer based in Oklahoma City, Dallas, and Europe. With multiple years in business, she has photographed couples worldwide and is proudly featured in Magnolia Rouge, 100 Layer Cake, Trendy Bride Magazine, and more. Hayley has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design and uses the color, composition, and design skills she has mastered to approach wedding days with an artistic and meticulous touch.
Hayley flourishes when photographing weddings with meaningful details, impeccable design, and romantic and intimate moments. She is engaging behind the camera while subtly directing her clients to create natural and elegant portraits that will be admired for generations.
Hayley has lived in Europe for months at a time, explored caves in Mexico, spent a month in Australia, snorkled in Puerto Rico, and had high tea in a Victorian mansion in British Colombia. She thrives on new experiences and loves to share them with her husband, Tanner.
I have a huge sweet tooth and a certain weakness for french macarons. Especially of the lavender persuasion.
I have lived in Europe for months at a time, spent a month in Australia, snorkeled in the Puerto Rican coast...there is nothing better than traveling like a local
Black, white, neutrals. I feel best in minimal clothing and I love being in all black.
I'm never fully dressed without my red lipstick. I tried other colors, but classic red just suites me.
I'm a quarter Italian, so to me, there's nothing better than warm bread, fancy cheese & red wine. Especially if it's shared with my love, Tanner.
Breakfast at Tiffany's, Dial M for Murder, 12 Angry Men, you name it. Popcorn and a classic movie? Yes, please!
The best way to preserve your memories and cherish them in your daily life is to print your photos! I believe that albums and prints are the best way to create family heirlooms that will last beyond a lifetime. That is why every custom proposal I create has at least one option with an Heirloom Album included.
Details are important for many reasons! On a wedding day, details help establish an aesthetic for your guests and for you. Details assist in completely telling the story of your love and your personality as a couple. And details can give us hints of your culture and family history as well.
Travel is the best way to get out of your comfort zone and explore new ideas. I believe that travel is good for everyone and should be done often! While learning about other cultures and the history of a foreign land, one often learns an awful lot about themselves.
If there's one thing I know for sure, it's that life is short. I believe that every season of your life is worth celebrating and worth documenting, because it's the story of you. And the story of your life deserves to be remembered at every stage.