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Nga & Mitch’s Wildwood Acres Resort wedding

Nga & Mitch's Wildwood Acres Resort wedding

A few things surprised me about Nga & Mitch’s Wildwood Acres Resort wedding. I didn’t expect to find a scenic redwood grove tucked inside a retirement community. I didn’t know that one could commission custom bobbleheads for an entire wedding party. And I never would’ve suspected that the quest for true love could be so convincingly compared to searching for a parking space.
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Katherine & Adam’s San Francisco wedding

Katherine & Adam's San Francisco wedding
Moments before we left the hotel room where Katherine & Adam got ready for their San Francisco wedding, both of them took a big pull from the bottle of champagne that was earlier used for making Mimosas.

After seeing them drink straight from the bottle, I told them, “I like your style.”

Katherine replied, “I thought we’d be a good fit.”
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Jan & Eldridge’s Monterey Beach Resort wedding

Jan & Eldridge's Monterey Beach Resort wedding

There’s something classic and romantic about a wedding on the beach in California. Having the largest body of water in the world as one of your witnesses is pretty special.

However, as we Northern Californians know, you also have to be a little adventurous to wed on the beach, because sometimes the Pacific can be an uncooperative wedding guest.

Fortunately, Jan and Eldridge are adventurous and the Pacific was polite for their Monterey Beach Resort wedding.
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Leslie & Brendan’s San Francisco City Hall wedding

Leslie & Brendan's San Francisco City Hall wedding

When I first met with Leslie and Brendan to discuss their San Francisco City Hall wedding, we chatted over Mexican food and beers about what they wanted photographically. After a few ideas were thrown around, Leslie described her ideal wedding photography scenario: Someone to document the day, every step, from when they start getting ready to when they leave city hall, purely photojournalistically.

Music to my ears.
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