Megan Jerndt Photography is a wedding photography company based in La Porte, Indiana. Owner Megan established her business in 2012, and she has been going from strength to strength ever since. She is passionate about her work, and she loves capturing the little details and those precious, magical moments that make a wedding celebration truly unforgettable. Megan believes that your special day deserves nothing less than the very best, and she can’t wait to meet you and hear all about your plans for your big day. She hopes that your wedding collection will bring you joy for many years to come.
Megan Jerndt Photography is looking forward to your wedding celebration. Megan is also available for engagement, boudoir, and portrait sessions. Wedding package features include up to eight hours of event coverage, high-resolution digital images, a beautiful keepsake box, and a collection of lovely prints. Travel options are also available.
Team of Megan Jerndt Photography
Hey there, I'm Megan! I'm a lover of pizza, John Mayer, and my two kitties Nala + Rusty. Honestly, I've been upset ever since Netflix took "Friends" off the air at the beginning of 2020. If we really wanna get to the nitty gritty, my guilty pleasure is watching all things Bachelor (the Bachelor, Bachelorette, Bachelor in Paradise..gimmee it all).
I live in the midwest, and as much as I love it, I love to travel as far as my pockets will allow. Seeing nature’s beauty brings me so much joy and inspiration! There’s so much more to the world than the little bubbles we live our day to day lives in. So far I’ve visited five countries and twelve states. My goal is to eventually visit all fifty states and travel around the globe; but my dream is to start shooting destination weddings and elopements. Bring me with you for your big day so I can capture those beautiful, intimate, and authentic moments.
Photography has always been a major passion of mine. Ever since I can remember, I always had a camera in hand; as I got older, I found such a deeper meaning to it all. When my grandfather passed my senior year of high school, it made me realize how much taking photographs – often – really meant to me. Capturing those moments of my family and friends that we’ll now always have to cherish became so important. Memories may fade, but photographs will always be there.