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This was one of those days when absolutely everything came together, from the team of family friends putting together flowers, mothers and fathers busy taking care of errands, an absolutely perfect summer day, and in the middle of it all, a calm and centered young couple enjoying wedding day. Working with Kara and Scott was so easy and fun, they were good sports about everything, even willing to tramp through the mud to shoot photos in a field of flowers. These guys and their friends know how to party – they kicked off their wedding weekend with a beach BBQ and ended their reception with a terrific band and lots of dancing.
Other vendors included: Catering by Pam Ferrari, cocktail hour service by The Whim Agency, entertainment by Larry Lynch and the Mob, their wedding and cocktail hour hosted at The Point Reyes Seashore Lodge, with the reception site at Toby’s Feed Barn
Many, many more below the cut!
Winter weddings are terrific, especially at SF City Hall, one of the most beautiful public buildings for a ceremony. Jordan and Channing, along with their respective parents, enjoyed a sunny afternoon in December for their nuptials. The holiday tree in the Rotunda was especially beautiful this year, covered in lights, origami cranes, and sparkling stars. I absolutely love Jordan’s draped wedding dress, it fit her beautifully and was custom made by Larimeloom on Etsy.
This was an amazing year. I’m so grateful for my clients and everyone I’ve worked with in 2012. My goals for this year are to shoot more, write more here (I’m not the most eloquent of bloggers!), and to continue to expand my technical skills in photography. There’s no real end to growing as an artist or professional, I feel so lucky to be on this journey.