Well.. Meet our next bride and groom! we’re shooting photos of them this weekend at their wedding! We are doing A Giant Red Carpet Wedding display for their wedding!! You’ll see those photos next week on here! well these photos were shot at La Jolla Cove and were a lot of fun to shoot. We’re happy when the bride and groom have a good sense of humor because it really shows in the photos.
This wedding ceremony took place at Marston House and Garden. It is a beautiful place and located in Balboa Park. It is a secluded, formal English Romantic-style garden. There was a chance of rain but the whole ceremony we stayed dry.
A Packed house! not to mention there we 9 bridesmaids and 10 groomsmen.
The groom and groomsmen stayed at the Hotel Solamar. (This photo was in the lobby.)
The Groom, his crew and I walked around Downtown San Diego in the Gaslamp District and caught a few photos. several in the street with honking cars and what not.. It not fun if you dont break the rules somewhere..
Veronica and the girls went on a photo shooting spree through Balboa Park. Don’t they look stunning?
After the ceremony.. We went to the reception that took place at the Balboa Park Club. It was a high energy crowd…
A small collection of San Diego Charger Girls happened to show up..
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Twins Girls!! well we had an eventful photo shoot with these girls… the Daddy had some accidents on his arms several times.. I wont show you those photos but I think that it was worth it for the shots we got holding the girls.. Then again.. It’s easy to say that because I was clean at the end of the shoot.
January 17th, 2009 We met with a young couple at Twin Oaks House and Garden in San Marcos CA. This was an amazing wedding with everything from the bride and her brides maids doing a fully choreographed rendition of Micheal Jackson’s Thriller to the groom and his groomsmen fully armed and ready for a shoot. The food was amazing, the emotions were high and DJ ENTROPY kept the dancefloor moving.