Rema and Jeff mixed it up a bit with an unique Arabic touch for their wedding. Rema did not want to walk down the grand stairs but after some coaching & coaxing, she made her regal appearance at the top of the stair case. It was a grand entrance as always at Old Ranch. Her second grand entrance was with her husband as dancers escorted them around the dance floor. As the dancers entertained, I made sure to stay clear of the flying swords. Guests joined in on the dance floor as they surrounded and danced with the bride & groom. There was not a lack of dancing taking place at their reception. The best man gave the most unpredictable speech that left Rema & Jeff in tears. Emotions flowed at this wedding as we captured laughter, tears and some hot dance moves. Thank you Rema & Jeff, I enjoyed the time spent with you through the engagement photos and your wedding day. A special thanks to Mirabel Farina for second shooting with me.
Living in Las Vegas in addition to Rema being in the midst of her residency while planning her wedding did not leave much free time in their calendar. Weeks before their wedding, they called to say they were interested in booking an engagement session. I was so ecstatic since I tout to all clients how important an engagement session is to the overall experience leading up to their wedding day. It's like a first date all over again & you experience firsthand what it's like to be in front of the camera for an hour or more. Most importantly, the relationship that's established with the photographer is essential because other than your Mom, Maid of Honor or Fiancé, it's your photographer who is with you throughout your wedding. It's one less stress factor because now, you know what to expect and are at ease....this leads to natural looking photos & a good time. Rema & Jeff have a great sense of humor & have such respect for one another. I love spending time with a couple who are meant to be together.