In Category: ‘Weddings’
We had the opportunity recently to do a bridal “day after” shoot with Kimberly & Braden. We knew they were adventurous after they jumped into Bass Lake to finish their engagement session last spring when the water was still in the 60′s. And even though they stayed dry this time we had a great time once again drinking a little wine and clicking the shutter….well, until they ended up in jail! Okay, so it wasn’t a real jail
So, things were a little different this past weekend for Megan & Kyle’s wedding…at least from a photographic point of view. It started with the early morning bridal prep photographed by Tina Quillen (Quillen Photography and mother of the groom). Then photography duties passed to Sandie Huber (Huber Photography and the groom’s aunt) for family portraits and bridal party shots. As Tina and Sandie went to get ready to be “guests” at the ceremony and reception the night crew arrived represented by myself and Michelle Ricci-Koch from Michele Michaels Photography (Sandie’s good friend). It was a very fun evening, and as always Copper River provided a great venue for Megan & Kyle to kick off their new life together. Congrats to the both of you.
Another great day at Copper River CC, but this time with a little Persian flair. It had been almost a year since we did Camelia and Brett’s engagement shoot in San Francisco, an epic day in itself. As the story goes Brett knew Camelia was the “one” the moment they first met. It appears he was correct. It also looks Brett has aspirations to be a choreographer. Check out the dance routine he put together for his new bride. Camelia and Brett, thanks for inviting us to be a part of your day.
It was another great day for a wedding. We looked forward to this day since we did Ashley and Trevor’s engagement session last summer. And they didn’t disappoint, the party went on and on and on. And to culminate the day we headed into the bowels of the building for a little different “wedding” look.
So we have a guy with Lebanese heritage and a strong Australian accent, mostly because he resides in Sydney; and our bride with local family connections that presently lives in the bay area. It all came together last Saturday at St Therese and Copper River. A celebration of cultures that included traditions from Lebanon and Mexico. I will tell you it was quite a party. Congrats to Joe and Rosio!
Erna’s Elderberry House was the venue for Karen and Brad’s unique and intimate wedding celebration. Erna’s was closed to the public that day so Karen, Brad and their guests had the entire venue to themselves. Amy and I not only got to share time with some very lovely people, but we were also rewarded with a very special dining experience only known to occur at Erna’s.