Chris and Morgan claimed they are a little camera shy, which honestly, most of my clients admit. But while they weren’t so comfortable in front of the camera, they were totally comfortable where it matters most: in each other’s arms. These two have been together for over a decade, and I can’t wait for them to tie the knot this winter!
Megan is full of sweetness and grace. Taylor adores her. The two of them together are such a beautiful ball of excitement and love.
They had the most gorgeous brunch wedding on a flawless spring day. The greenhouse, the romance of the English pub style restaurant, and the brilliant explosion of the best flowers Spring had to offer made such a perfect setting for these two to promise their lives to each other.
Megan and Taylor, thank you for being wonderfully sweet and I am so very excited for your lives together. Congrats you guys!
I find SO much joy in capture the growing families of my past bride and grooms. And it’s crazy to think that a few of my couples are working on their second and even third kids! I feel so fortunate to have been doing what I love for that long already. Few couples have such a major grab on my heart as these two. So sweet, honest, so fun-loving, and such beautiful parents to their little one. I can’t wait for you guys to officially be a family of 4! Congrats you guys!!
Adriana and Mark’s wedding day was the perfect blend of classic style with wonderfully modern influences, and the Colony House was the perfect backdrop for their day. Raw wood, succulent walls and beautiful exposed ceilings complimented a beaming bride in a gorgeous lace dress.
Adriana and Mark, I cannot wait to watch as your adventures together unfold! Cheers to a lifetime of happiness!
The Colony House, Anaheim CA | Coordination by Confetti Skies | Hair and Makeup: Kacee Geoffroy | Flowers: Design by Tammy | Live Trio: Ten Towns | Photobooth: Flipbooth | Cake: Portos Bakery | Videography: Jesse B Gill
Any drive up the winding roads of the 330 heading into Big Bear is a little stressful for me. I actually enjoy driving, and the mountain roads were mostly easy this day, the only challenge was trying to keep my eyes on the road and not on the stunning snowy landscapes and kids frolicking around with sleds and snowballs. But after I got through the city, the skies grew darker and suddenly I was literally driving through the clouds. My shoulders grew tense, my hands clutched the wheel a little tighter. Luckily as I approached the lake, the clouds broke and we were left with the biggest blue sky possible. As I parked the car, opened the car door and waved over Christine and Mel, suddenly there was the sweetest happiest Boxer bounding across the street to meet me. There is little better to melt the last lingering of stress away than a happy pup.
Christine and Mel, I cannot thank you enough for trekking up this mountain, and exploring with smiles on your faces the whole time. Through u-turns, grumpy highway patrol officers, snow, mud, wind, and everything in between, you were the best troopers. Thank you for sharing your wonderful pup and for letting me capture the first part of your adventure together. You guys rock.