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Emily and Desmon’s Wedding

Nestled in Gilbert, Arizona is the sweetest peach farm for at least a hundred miles. Schnepf Farms was the beautiful venue in which Emily and Desmon tied the knot. It was a gorgeous, heartfelt ceremony and a very intimate celebration with close family and friends. During their ceremony, Emily and Desmon were so caught up in the emotions of the day that they forgot to exchange rings! In the end, we all had a good laugh about it. Check out their intimate celebration below, as well as links to all of their vendors.

Flowers: The Bouqs Co

Dress: Uptown Bridal & Boutique

Rings: Olive Ave Jewelry

Venue: Schnepf Farms

DJ: Keo Entertainment

Pies: One More Bite Bakery

Hair: Madison Amenta

Ties: Zuzu Wear

Sekwohn and Marysa’s Wedding

See Sekowhn and Marysa’s engagement session here!

As soon as Jeremy walked into the Groomsmen’s Airbnb and saw not only pizza socks but flamingo socks as well, he knew that this wedding was going to be special. It was, in fact. We love these images from Sekwohn and Marysa’s DIY wedding. They had In-N-Out for dinner, cupcakes for dessert, very sweet toasts, and some awesome dance moves. Sekwohn and Marysa’s love was an easy one to capture, and we are so stoked that they are going to have these photos to remind them of this special day forever. Big thanks to Alyssa Hirsch who planned the whole thing, and to the Hidden Oaks Retreat Center in Rancho Cucamonga for having us.

Danielle and Nikhil’s Wedding

Dani and Nikhil came to us through a recommendation from a previous wedding client. Their wedding came around quickly and was an absolutely beautiful ceremony inside a very ornate church in San Gabriel, CA. The pair actually exchanged vows and had a wedding in India a few weeks prior, so this wedding was very intimate and featured close family and friends. It was such a joy to shoot with Dani and Nikhil! Thanks to 3 Little Birds Event Planning for all their hard work.

Brittney and Ryan’s Wedding

We had the immense pleasure of shooting Brittney and Ryan’s wedding for the great guys over at Villa Visuals. It was a great time and we had a great team! Brittney and Ryan had the sweetest family and they threw an incredible wedding. Here are some of our favorite images from that day.

Jessica and Jose’s Wedding

On June 17th, we had the pleasure of flying up to Seattle, Washington to photograph this sweet couple’s wedding. Jessica and Jose had one of the most fun and exciting weddings, and it was a great way to kick the season into gear. Complete with an actual scroll of vows, a toddler that knew his way around the dance floor, and a choreographed group dance from the groomsmen, this wedding was one for the books!

Nicole and Justin’s Engagement

Nicole and Justin requested to do their engagement session around Inspiration Point in Corona Del Mar, California. Together, we wandered through some gorgeous neighborhoods and took tons of photographs. These two love to dance, so it was a blast being able to capture their infectious energy. The scenery was stunning as well. book your session today!

Sekwohn and Marysa’s Engagement

Sekwohn and Marysa knew exactly where they wanted to go for their engagement photos. Their location (the Cerritos Public Library) ended up being the perfect place, and together we took some photos that we all loved! Many laughs were shared between the three of us due to Sekwohn’s infectious humor. book a session like these two lovebirds today!

The Blog | Sekwohn and Marysa's WeddingSeptember 9, 2017 - 5:51 pm

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Leah and Tucie’s Engagement

Leah and Tucie did their engagement session in August of 2016, and it was absolutely beautiful. We went to a park in La Mirada, California where the sun shone beautifully through the trees. These two are some of the easiest people to photograph ever! Their incredible free spirited-ness and big personalities made it a breeze to capture them on camera, and the gorgeous hazy sun set the tone for a great session. book your engagement session today!

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