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  • Welcome to Ashley & Alexis Photography ( Lex Logan Photography / Emi & Lynn’s Photography)

    Now Booking for 2017 & 2018 Weddings. Click here for more details.

    We are Lincoln Nebraska based photographers and are super excited to capture what will be some of your most precious memories. We strive to provide beautiful, unique images that will tell the story of your special day to anyone who sees them.

    We currently serve Lincoln, Omaha, and surrounding areas. We are very open to destination type weddings.

    We offer photography services for wedding ceremonies and receptions, engagement portraits, boudoir portraits, Senior portraits, Newborn and family portraits.

    Let us know how we can help you create beautiful memories for an affordable price.



I was so excited to photograph Courtney & Joe’s wedding but thought I should share some of their engagement pictures before showing off their wedding!   Here is  a look back, not too many months ago of their engagement session.  I got to travel to Omaha, which was a nice change from Lincoln and I see some places that were new to me there.  We got to visit downtown Elkhorn and a local Omaha park/lake for some fun pictures.    These two had me smiling, and laughing as we talked about their love for teaching, music, occasional fishing, and late night gaming.   Both music teachers and role models, these two are very much in love, and it shined through!

Their wedding was  beautiful with a mixture of great music, laughter, family and friends.   Be on the look out for pictures from their special day….




Families get to be big.   Two people meet, get married, and Bam! 62 years later, this is the result.   My friend Kolette approached me with doing family pictures in Lincoln Ne,  for her when all her family was going to be in town.   I’ve done her immediate family a couple of times, and I know some of the other members (one is my friend Amanda), but she warned me…this will be alot of people.    They had the majority of everyone there (minus just a couple folks) from old to brand new and in between.

I love seeing huge families get together.  It just doesn’t happen that often anymore.   I can remember my own family reunions, seeing Aunts and Uncles that said they last saw me when I was “this tall”, cousins that I got to play with and we never seemed to not get along, and my grandparents with their siblings……I miss those days.

And of course I got some fun pictures of Kolette’s kiddos too….they really love the camera…




These two….I seriously love them.   I could have a bias opinion to begin with though.   Chase is my baby brother.   He is funny, sweet, loving, and drove me crazy growing up.  I am 10 years older than he is, and many times I have been more than a big sister.    Jayne is a nurse, she has a daughter named Addy, and by some great design, she chose my baby brother to spend the rest of her days with.   She likes to laugh, has become a friend, and I am so happy to know her.


Their wedding was smaller, they had a few snags along the way, but it was beautifully done.  Burlap and lace decorated the lodge at Mahoney State Park outside of Ashland, NE, and it overlooked the Platte River.  The day wasn’t too hot or cold, and the rain held off until later that evening.  Lots of family and a some good friends came to celebrate with them.   I was honored to capture their day for them.   Love you both!   Congrats to Mr. & Mrs. Nelson!!




Huge Thanks to Dezirae from Photography by Dezirae for coming out and helping me for the day.   You allowed me to enjoy my family & I love ya for it!!

Yummy cake from Le Cupcake in Lincoln NE.

Jayne’s Dads made all the yummy food!  Thanks Steve, Denny & Roy!

Tuxes were from Savvy Formalwear in Lincoln.

Bridesmaid dress from Maurces.

Hair by Rachel Lane.


Matt & Jackie Starr Lincoln NE Wedding

Matt & Jackie got married this past Friday and I loved everything about their wedding!

We started the day at their home, had some donuts and laughed about makeup and hair (the fact that airbrush makeup is like magic, and most the gals don’t do the getting all dressed up thing).  The gals from Salon Chic were there to do hair and Makeup.   Shayla Sexton did hair, and was quick and made beautiful work of short and long hair alike.   The girls got beautiful in no time!   Lo Bruner did the make-up and I noticed she worked really well with how much you were comfortable having on.   These two gals made the ladies gorgeous!   The boys had a get together of their own and Jackie’s middle son was super excited to be apart of that fun.

They had both their ceremony and reception at the Apothecary building in the Haymarket of Downtown Lincoln.   Their ceremony was intimate with family and close friends in the Loft, and the reception so much bigger in the Ridnour Room.

Before the ceremony we met up with the guys and gals and did group shots and individuals, and of course some bride and groom goodness.   I loved the grey tuxes for the guys and the long blue dresses for the gals.   TJ got a special yellow dress with the coolest horse broach on the side.   Of course we threw in some pictures with Matt’s headsets!

The food at the reception was amazing and I got to talk with the caters from Louisville Main Street Cafe a bit.   They seem to stay pretty busy and it was no doubt why, the roast was juicy, the chicken moist, and the veggies were super good.     Matt & Jackie chose Super Sue’s Sweet Shoppe for their cake and cupcakes.   Wow!  They tasted amazing as well.   I’ve heard tons of great things about this bakery and was excited to finally get to try a bit of their work.

DJ Rob Taylor set the mood with some great music that went well into the evening and a few special guests even made appearances.

I felt like Matt & Jackie were part of my family the end of our time together.  These two are amazing people and I wish them the best of luck for years to come!

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Ridnour Room

Ridnour Room




  • mary ann tranmer - You did a fantastic job.ReplyCancel

  • Lorene Fangman - These are beautiful pictures!! Love all of them and such a beautiful bride and handsome groom! Loved all the colors!!!ReplyCancel

Fellow photographer friends of mine came home last year telling me how much fun and how much they loved this photo conference called Shutterfest.   I decided to join them this year on their trip, to learn more about all aspects of photography, to socialize and meet photographers from around the country, and to shoot some amazing stuff.

So, Sunday day, I packed up my gear and headed to St. Louis.

The conference officially starts tomorrow, but coming today allowed me to be in the middle of some amazing shoots.  I got to go to a place downtown called the City Museum.   It is like the Children’s museum on steroids.   This place is packed full of slides, ladders, and full of tunnels and caves.  You can crawl, climb, and play around on everything.  There was a cave, a 10 story slide, a airplane, a whale , a huge pencil, and so much more.  I managed to get there about 2 hours before I needed to meet up with the 50 + other photogs that would be shooting there, so I got to play around quite a bit before getting to work.    I would highly recommend this place for all ages if you get a chance to come to St. Louis.

Here are a few pictures of the museum and a couple of some of the many images I got.   Enjoy!


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