On a warm November day in lovely San Diego, we set out to capture everything Lorna & Neil. They started off at the Bahia Resort Hotel, full of laughter and excitement for what was to come. Neil was in good hands with his trusty groomsmen, and Lorna was waited on hand and foot by her faithful bridesmaids. After a beautiful ceremony at the St. Brigid Catholic Church, Lorna & Neil and a couple hundred of their closest family and friends celebrated the night away. Here are some of our favorite images from their wedding.
It’s always a treat when we get to shoot a wedding at Twin Oaks Garden Estate. This was the perfect venue for Kanya & Robert’s storybook wedding. Everything felt like it was part of a fairy tale; the gorgeous wedding dresses, the scattered rose petals down the aisle, an incredibly quaint bridal suite, the lush and colorful flowers, the sun gleaming through the tall trees, and the warm buzz of a big family in anticipation of the two love birds.
Once we discovered that this couple was going to have their wedding at the Parker Palm Springs, it gave us an inkling of how cool Michele and Lee were going to be. They never ceased to amaze us as the weekend went on. We loved that magical moment when they first saw each other on the wedding day, as Lee stepped through the giant wooden doors to find his beautiful bride waiting for him in a big grassy field. They ramped it up with an even more romantic and elegant garden ceremony, I swear I wasn’t crying (actually it was my allergies). That set the party in motion, and boy can these guys party! We did not want to leave that night and miss being part of the great energy in the room. Here are a few of our favorites from Michele and Lee’s wedding.
We traveled to Orange County to capture the first chapter of Leah & Brian’s marriage ceremony. The ceremony took place in a mosque, honoring Leah’s mother’s heritage. Family came from far and wide, some as far away as Malaysia, to witness this traditional and momentous event. Stay tuned for part 2 of Leah and Brian’s wedding!