Archive for January, 2018

A wedding by the Sea || Catalina View Gardens Wedding || Rancho Palos Verdes, CA

Cataline View Gardens California Wedding by the sea
Cataline View Gardens California Wedding by the sea
Cataline View Gardens California Wedding by the sea
Cataline View Gardens California Wedding by the sea
 

This is the story of Phil + Bonita and their wedding by the sea.
Tears and laughter when they first saw each other, waves crashing below.
Fog and salty sea breeze filled the air as they held each other close.
The tables bursting with fresh greens and a backdrop of flowers tied from the tree where they wed.
White, organic, minimal. Bees busy at work, lavender blooms,
and fields of grapevines stretching out towards the horizon.
Laughter erupting throughout the ceremony as everyone joyously celebrates their love.
And as the sun dropped below the ocean, the sky lit up with electric pinks and blues.

 

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Los Angeles Engagement pictures || Love is breakfast together and jumping in bed || Santa Monica, CA

Santa monica Engagement pictures
Santa monica Engagement pictures
Santa monica Engagement pictures
 

She can’t live without the sea, pitayas, horoscopes, poké bowls, a good book, hiking, sparkling rosé, her banditas and brunch.
He can’t live without his boys, guitar, Jesus, cooking, ESPN, craft beer, the outdoors, his infamous Northface jacket and his mother’s home-made kimchi.
Simply making breakfast together in her apartment, dancing in the kitchen, playing music, and jumping in bed.
This is Phil + Bonita. This is their love.
 
 
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An A-frame wedding in the Redwoods || Santa Cruz Redwood Wedding

An A-frame wedding in the Redwoods
An A-frame wedding in the Redwoods
An A-frame wedding in the Redwoods

 
This is a story of an A-frame wedding in the Redwoods, tucked away at Stones and Flowers in the Santa Cruz Mountains.
The giant shadows of those towering red trees danced across buildings and the ground.
A-frame cabins scattered throughout the property, where the groomsman prepared
and where the guests will stay when their feet are sore from dancing.
The air fresh, the sun crept through, and laughter echoed up to the very tip of the treetops.
Everyone gathered beneath the trees to witness these sacred moments between lovers.
Sharing the feeling of being a part of something bigger with friends and family.
Before sharing their first kiss as mister and misses, they planted a new redwood in honor of their love.
Giant sequoia seedlings as guest favors, big, pastel blooms filling the tabletops.
Candles flickered as the sun set and the stars appeared,
a giant canopy over those majestic trees and the joyous humans dancing below.
Simple, romantic, and natural. Overflowing with fresh air and beauty.
This, a magical wedding tucked away in the redwoods of Santa Cruz.

 

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