The Hacienda's wedding grounds has such character that I'm always finding new areas to photograph. It's always exciting to see a new wedding unfold on a familiar site. It's especially exciting after spending time with my clients at their engagement session and finally see them all decked out on their wedding day. Brenda wore her Grandmother's veil that her Grandmother hand made. It looked so perfect with her gown, one would not know it wasn't handmade to match her gown. Her chosen colors looked splendid against the spanish grounds. What I'll recall the most from a photographers perspective is how all the vendors collaborated and seamlessly worked together to offer Brenda & Steven an enjoyable and memorable wedding day. A big thank you to Marina Linares for second shooting with me and capturing such beautiful images & details of the day.
I love these accordian books. They're an alternative to traditional prints or a portrait book. You can display multiple images to show off your favorite photos. It's the perfect size to carry in your purse for bragging rights. They add some chic to a coffe table and make the perfect gift. I'm so excited to offer this new product to our portfolio.
Brenda and Steven just purchased a home in the city of Orange. Originally, she suggested the Fullerton Arboretum for their photo session. I was hoping for something a bit different and drove to oldtown Orange to scope out the area. My first impression was that it was not ideal for an engagement session. In the interim, Brenda and Steven concluded that they really wanted to capture it where they live so Oldtown Orange it was. It was my first morning session at a new location but the day turned out perfect. We had so much fun walking around the circle and hunting down the infamous Orange mural. Earlier in the week, Brenda found this great park nearby with great scenery. Here are some of my favorites from the day. Thank you Brenda & Steven for your energy and willingness to cover a lot of ground.