After shooting Chris and Tammy’s engagement photos last fall I was excited to document their wedding at the beautiful Ebell Club in Long Beach, CA! Tammy’s amazing dress set the tone for the decor, and the day was filled with a lot of laughter and sweet connections between family and friends.
When I sat down to choose images for this post, I got a little emotional because of how much love is in these shots. Chris and Tammy honestly belong together and the love between them is almost tangible. You can feel it when you’re with them, and I’m so thankful I was able to capture it with my camera!
Cindy Sattanni did an incredible job with Tammy’s hair and makeup!
Molly is one of my brother’s dear friends, and I was thrilled when he told me she’d fallen in love with a man who my brother deemed worthy of her!
It was great to meet him and photograph their lovely, intimate wedding at a bed and breakfast nestled in the rolling hills of Pennsylvania.
Her sons walked her across the field and up to the porch where John was waiting. They were surrounded by their close friends and family, and the service was sweet and very personal. Afterward we all walked back together, and the rest of the day was filled with great food and lots of laughter.
It was an honor to document Brian and Kaitlyn’s incredibly personal wedding at the Fullerton Arboretum.
We started with a first look at Kaitlyn’s parent’s house, and I’ve rarely seen a couple so excited to see each other and jump into the day.
Every detail represented them… from her classic, elegant dress, to their decision to have their respective parents walk them down the outside of those gathered, until they all met in the middle.
The ceremony was filled with personal moments, laughter, and much joy.
Getting kids to sit still for a photo can be challenging, but it’s nothing compared to trying to round up a couple of chickens.
Turns out that chickens don’t really like to have their picture taken. But the kids had a lot of fun chasing them around the yard.
I’m happy to report that no humans were harmed during this making of these images.