I’ve never photographed a wedding I have been so closely involved in. From helping to choose the colors (blue & coral to match the water & sunset), to making the food (my other favorite pastime) to hosting it at my house (which was tricky at best, but hey we made it work)….. I had a hand in every detail, and it was so much fun! Talk about living vicariously And I couldn’t have done it all for a more wonderful person and friend. Rob – you are such a lucky man! And Rebecca…I wholly approve of your choice – except for the fact that it moved you all the way across the country and away from me! We miss you around here! But I’m so happy for your new life and you were such a beautiful bride! (Check our Rebecca’s awesome bridal portraits here!) We had a great time having the family and friends over and of course making all of the yummy food! And the small and simple ceremony was so sweet! Rebecca and Rob are having a reception today in Michigan where they both have roots and this blog post is in honor of them. Congrats!Read More...
Memorial day weekend was a fabulous time for a wedding. But I never would have guessed it would be my coldest outdoor session of the year so far! It was so cold and windy down by the Huntington Beach Pier! But this adorable family smiled the gloom away and we were able to get some beautiful photographs to commemorate the wedding between Cody, Karlee and of course the beautiful little Sailor, who was quite the trooper in spite of the wind and cold. They came all the way from Wyoming to tie the knot here in sunny Southern California. Enjoy your photos guys!
Congratulations to one of my best friends, Rebecca – who married one of her best friends, Rob, yesterday. Although I have known Rebecca for less than a year, I feel as though we have been friends for a lifetime! We have so many things in common and I will be so sad to see her leave this summer. But I love her choice in a groom and I know they will be very happy. For bridal portraits, Rebecca wanted to go someplace nearby but with a romantic and country-ish feel to it – so she could show her folks and friends back in Michigan that we don’t live in a land of concrete and deserts (well at least not only that). It was my pleasure to capture beautiful Rebecca this week just before her wedding day!