Category: Wedding

Small Wedding 05.28.20

A Quaint Small Wedding in a Historical Church

Heritage Hill Historical OC Park Small Wedding Ryland+Amy They were having a hard time finding a photographer that understood their vision and one they felt connected with. So she popped her head ...

Small Wedding 05.20.20

Backyard Wedding Reception

A wedding is yours to make. Whether that means having a small wedding on a mountain top and then having a small backyard reception — you do what you want. These two certainly did just that.

Small Wedding 05.20.20

The Little Nell Aspen Colorado Intimate Wedding

This intimate wedding in Aspen was our first experience photographing an elopement of sorts and we instantly fell in love. It's a wedding we think of often. We photographed this back in 2012 and thought we would give the photos a fresh edit along with a new post.

Wedding 03.04.20

Cuban Inspired Wedding at The Houdini Estate

These two are not only the coolest eva eva but they planned an outrageously fun wedding that not even the rain could stop (although it certainly tried real hard). A wedding at the Houdini Estate full of Cuban flavor with that Old Hollywood vibe. Oh it's a good one.

Wedding 02.06.20

Never Been to California, This Couple Planned an Intimate Destination Wedding at Ellen Browning Scripps Park

We love small weddings. There we said it. We ourselves had a small wedding and sometimes wish we had planned an even smaller one. There is such a harmony to them. It feels like home. Like mom's cookies and grandpa's hugs. Familiar, warm, and inviting. That's exactly what Kevin+Amanda's wedding felt like.

Behind The Scenes 01.22.20

Us At Work and Some of the Stories Behind the Scenes

Yep it’s that time of year. When we share our most flattering photos of each other and tell couples they should hire us to be their photographers. Usually we just write funny captions for the photos, because some seriously make us say “what the heck were we doing?!” This time we figured we’d also add a few stories behind them, because there is always a story behind a photo. But honestly, is this is how we really look when we're taking photos?