Showing posts from April, 2019

Natalie & Andrew :::: Engagement Session in Joshua Tree

How adorable are Natalie and Andrew? Natalie is the sister of one of my very first brides (Yay for Courtney and Sean!) and it is such an honor to be a part of their celebration! These two met at a party at her place and were introduced by a mutual friend. Natalie actually knew all of Andrew's friends and roommates before ever meeting Andrew, so their meeting was long overdue! They got engaged this last Christmas and we are so excited to be a part of their upcoming wedding in between Christmas and New Years this year. For their engagement session they wanted to go someplace special to both of them: Joshua Tree! During our golden hour session we wandered all around a small sliver of the park which was filled with blooming wildflowers in all colors. We had such a fantastic time with these two goofballs and you can see how much they enjoy just being together in these photos. Can't wait for the big day!

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Corrin & Dominic :: 3-23-19 :: Wedding in Moorpark

What a beautiful day it was for Corrin and Dominic! These two got married on a cold and mostly cloudy day at Moorpark County Club, a beautiful golf club.They really meshed their botanic and elegant theme easily with this lush location and the relaxed elegant vibe was perfectly displayed through all their details and decor. Our day began with some detail and getting ready shots at the venue. Once Corrin and Dominic got dressed, we did some separate photos with the bridal party. The bride and groom also wanted to do a "first touch" where they spent some time together holding hands and praying, without seeing each other. After that emotional moment, Corrin also shared a tender first look with her dad. It was so sweet! The ceremony followed shortly after and was filled with prayer, vows and a joyfully tearful first look! Family and bridal party portraits followed the ceremony and we were sure to take photos of the newlyweds around the golf course.  Next it was time for them to b…