Happy post-Thanksgiving Monday everyone! We hope you had a great time celebrating with friends and family as we did. Like countless others, we braved the traffic to be with Emily’s family in Fresno, then continued on to our old stomping grounds in Redding, CA. We love coming back up here filling our time visiting with old friends and squeezing in a ton of photo shoots for some great family’s. At the end of the week we’ll continue on to Lake Tahoe to celebrate and capture Greg and Maegen’s wedding – it’s gonna be rad! But today we want to share the awesome wedding of Ernesto and Christen at the Junipero Serra Museum. From the small ceremony to the reception at Solarie restaurant, we loved the intimate feeling of their wedding. Christen did a fabulous job creating such a natural feel, from the flowers to the different styles and colors of dresses for her bridesmaids. Christen and Ernesto chose to do a ‘First Look” which gave us tons of fabulous photo time at USD. We had so much fun exploring the campus with them!
Ernesto and Christen, thank you so much for inviting us along on your special day and for welcoming us warmly into your family and friends for dinner. We had so much fun with the both of you and we wish you an amazing marriage and life together! Enjoy!
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We hope you enjoyed a little break from weddings the past couple of weeks – especially with the adorable photos of North we posted on Monday! As for us, we are looking forward to a little break ourselves. We hit the end of our marathon of weddings that have kept us busy capturing so many amazing couples every weekend since June. As a reward for having made it through this whirlwind of a season Brett will be helping a friend shoot a wedding on Saturday (apparently in the rain) and Emily will be running a half marathon on Sunday. Ahhh, there’s nothing quite like a weekend off!
A couple weeks ago we had the pleasure of photographing Dev and Aiko’s wedding. Not only did we love this wedding because these two top the charts as two of the sweetest people we know, but we also LOVED their taste for modern and funky architecture! You might remember their engagement shoot at the retro concrete space station otherwise known as the UCSD library – if not, you’ll want to check it out here. This theme of cool architecture was carried into their wedding at the La Jolla Museum of Contemporary art. If you are local, you might recognize it by a myriad of canoes suspended in the sky! Dev and Aiko, thank you for inviting us to capture your special day. Enjoy!