Ahhhhhhhhhh!!!!! Beautiful couple, Southern California and a great photographer. What a combination!
Small wedding at San Francisco’s City Hall? Yep, we’ll feature it here when the photography is this good. We absolutely LOVE the quality of this photographer’s work and so we decided to let you in on Mickey and Jarred’s beautiful marriage celebration.
Photographer: Matthew James Photographers//Transportation: Classic Cable Car//Floral Designer: Cole Franke//Cake Designer: Cupkates Bakery//Dress Store: David’s Bridal//Shoes: Nina Shoes//Other: San Francisco City Hall//Jewelry: Tiffany & Co.//Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Tuxedos Of Lodi//Jewelry: Zales Jewelry//Reception Venue: Zazie Cafe//
This beautiful destination San Diego California Wedding is a true DIY in every way. Kim, the gorgeous and talented bride, didn’t ask for help from anyone who offered simply because of how much she loves being crafty. Rather than choosing a theme to base her details around, she decided to choose items that fit her overall personal style and craft her wedding around those elements. She handmade the centerpiece boxes, the table runner made of burlap (cut and sewed), table numbers (stained wood), menus wrapped in napkins (stamped & tied ribbon), mailbox (painted gold) with hand-painted ceramic bird, and so much more.
She found 100-year old barn wood from her Grandpa’s barn to use in 3 different ways, and an antique bullet box used on the welcome table. What she couldn’t make, she found on Etsy and in Anthropologie, and all other “vendors” were friends of friends. Kim beams with pride when she talks about her wedding day, not only because she married her best friend on a sunny beach in front of her closest family and friends, but also because everything looked and felt exactly how she meant for it to be. Even though, as most crafters tend to feel, there was so much more she could have done.
Photographer: Melissa Jill Photography //Floral Designer: Exquisite Blooms //Cake Designer: Flour Power //Invitation Designer: Fonts & Paper // Cinema and Video: Gas Lamp Productions //Hair Stylist: J Stila Salon & Spa //DJ: Sunset Sound Productions // Dress Store: White by Vera Wang
Katie and Kevin, dating for seven years are just perfect for one another. The day had finally come, and both Kevin and Katie were beyond excited to be marrying their best friend. These two are better together. Katie and Kevin are such relaxed and genuine people to be around. On their wedding day, they were surrounded by their family and friends and at the beautiful White Ranch. You could tell they are loved and supported by many who witnessed their beautiful ceremony. Katie was as radiant with joy as Kevin was eager to see his elegant bride.
Kevin shared with us a time almost seven years ago when Katie and he broke a wishbone together, she won of course. To this day she has not told him what her wish was, but said she would tell him the day it came true. As Kevin was getting ready to see his bride, he told us that if he had gotten the long side of the wishbone, his wish would be coming true today, marrying the love of his life, Katie! The day was absolutely stunning and came together beautifully with the help of some amazing vendors. We were honored to capture so many powerful moments throughout the day. Katie lost her mom at an early age and there was not one dry eye during Kevin’s vows speaking highly of her. Kevin and Katie have a joyful love that is contagious. These two can make a room full of people laugh and cry all at the same time. We just love them!
Photographer: TréCreative Film&Photo//Hair Stylist: Blondies //Floral Designer: Cambray Rose Florist//Pre Ceremony Location: Hotel Diamond // Caterer: Hunter Drake BBQ//Dress Designer: Jcrew // Dress Store: Miosa In Sacramento // DJ: Platinum Productions//Makeup Artist: The Powder Room//Cake Designer: Top Tier Cake Design // Cinema and Video: TréCreative //
This wedding day was a crazy-fun, energy-charged, tour around Saratoga and Los Gatos. After getting ready, Lindsay, Mick, and their bridal party posted up at the Palacio Restaurant (http://palaciorestaurant.com/) for a glass of champagne and some appetizers before things got kicked off for the day. Their wedding was held at St. Andrew’s Church in Saratoga followed by their TWO HOUR cocktail hour and reception at The Los Gatos Opera House (yes, Lindsay’s biggest request was a supercharged cocktail hour!). There was even a miracle on this wedding day! Lindsay’s sister pointed out that Lindsay had been late to everything in her life, including her own birth (quite literally if I recall from the speech), but on this day… *her wedding day* she actually made it to the altar on time!