Category Archives for Weddings

The Weddings.

Destination Wedding Photography in Spokane, Washington

Trezzi Farm Winery in Washington It was a beautiful day in Spokane Washington as Jason and Katherine began preparing for their wedding. Blue skies led the way down to the ceremony. An array of wooden benches were delicately displayed and framed by rows of grape vines. Hundreds of guests took their seats and anxiously awaited. The Trezzi Farm Winery in Colbert would be where their wedding vows would take place and where their custom made Pounders Wedding rings would be Read More

Destination Wedding Photography, Santa Barbara

Wedding at The Santa Barbara Courthouse and Wine Cask Restaurant: Immediately, Audrey and Tim made it known to us that they wanted a more intimate setting for their vows. They knew they wanted the guest list to be small and they only wanted four within their wedding party. And it was all to occur in their hometown of Santa Barbara. Three months after outlining their ideal wedding, Audrey emailed me, “My fiancé and I love your photography!! We are planning to Read More

Wedding at the Dos Lagos Country Club {sneak peek}

We just recently had the pleasure of documenting a wedding at the Dos Lagos Country Club with Jenny and Lindsey. My team and I had an amazing time! These are two quirky, gorgeous, ridiculously fun, and so in love gals. We cannot wait to share more. In the meantime, we leave you with a taste, while we edit and build their wedding gallery. Congratulations again Jenny and Lindsey!    

A Simple, Cost Effective, and Fun Solution for Catering your Wedding {Guest Post by: Roaming Hunger}

We’ve all been to a wedding where the food wasn’t exactly – let’s just say – memorable. In fact, you may have experienced the rubbery chicken, wilted over drenched salad and the rolls that had the consistency of a hockey puck. Not only was the food mediocre, but there’s a high probability that the food per person was incredibly high. Last year, the average cost of getting a wedding catered was between $51-$73 per person, which is A LOT. And at Read More

What Happens After You Book Your Wedding Photographer? {The jcp Process}

Many have asked me “What exactly happens after we book with you….” It’s a great question so I thought I’d help define it here. Before you hire your wedding day photographer, here’s a glimpse of what goes into all, in order to guarantee that the memories created, on your most important of days, will live happily ever after…   The Engagement Session: When an engagement session is booked with your package, we schedule it as soon as possible. It’s a Read More

Wedding at Orcutt Ranch, West Hills Ca

Emily and Ryan’s wedding day was set between the soft rolling green of West Hills, at a little-known gem of a wedding venue called Orcutt Ranch. Framed within acres of wildlife, gardens, and farmland, it becomes obvious that this venue stands out from many. Add in one big red barn and suddenly your mind is blown. The entire wedding, from the ceremony to reception, was held outdoors, where 130 guests were able to enjoy warm breezes under tall oaks, a colorful Read More

Wedding at The Liberty House {New York/ Jersey}

        Like a chapter straight out of “The Wonder Years,” David and Jaclyn grew up down the street from each other. They saw each other often but it wasn’t until they grew older that they started spending quality time with one another. In fact, when this Classic New Jersey Italian gal and this modern-rocking Egyptian man began hanging out for the first time, they both fell quickly in love and have been in love with each other for six Read More

Wedding at The Wedgewood Eagle Ridge in Gilroy

  On December 21, 2012… the world didn’t end. Yep that’s how this post opens because that is how my latest couple met, at an “End of the World” party, thrown by a mutual friend. Guests were asked to come dance, celebrate and enjoy a few beverages as they counted down their last moments on earth, as prophesied by the ancient Mayan Calendar. Well the end of the world didn’t happen and so Shannon and Jeff were then free to Read More

An Engagement Shoot in Old Town Pasadena & The Colorado Street Bridge

Emily and Ryan have been together for three years now. They met at their place of work, flirted here and there and then decided to go out one night after work. My favorite part is that Emily broke the ice first by asking Ryan if he wanted to get a drink. In his words: “I was already curious about her. I knew when she asked to get a drink, she was interested too. It wasn’t a date, but it felt Read More

The Supreme Court Brings Marriage Equality to Every State in America {#LoveWins}

The Supreme Court stated today that all same-sex marriage bans violate the 14th Amendment of the federal Constitution. The decision now brings marriage equality to every state in America. The court was split 5–4, with Justice Anthony Kennedy writing the majority opinion. “No union is more profound than marriage, for it embodies the highest ideals of love, fidelity, devotion, sacrifice, and family. In forming a marital union, two people become something greater than once they were. As some of the Read More