Archive for the ‘Wedding Photography’ Category

{ maggie + mike // maui wedding }

Thursday, March 5th, 2015

You drive up and up into the hills, turning onto roads that narrow as you go. You finally reach a house, perched high in the center of Maui, with views of green fields in every direction, and far off in the distance, a peek of the sea. This is where Maggie and Mike were married, surrounded by only 25 of their closest family and friends, on the deck of this private home where they all stayed. They flew in form all over the world – California, China, Hong Kong, Japan – for one of the sweetest & most intimate weddings I’ve ever witnessed. Because their wedding was so intimate, Maggie and Mike were able to not only exchange vows with each other during the ceremony, but also give personal thanks to each of their guests there. Needless to say it was an emotion-filled and heartwarming moment.

After the ceremony everyone sat down at a long communal table for dinner (they even had kindly set aside a spot for myself and my second shooter Serena :), which was filled with many thoughtful toasts and accompanied by the prettiest sunset. It was beyond an honor to photograph their day!

{ jennifer + chun // summit house wedding photography }

Wednesday, February 11th, 2015

My first wedding of 2015 and my was it a good one! Jennifer and Chun were married high atop a hill at the Summit House, which proved to be the perfect cozy setting for this winter wedding! Though it sprinkled a bit throughout the day, Jennifer and Chun didn’t let the weather dampen their spirits in the least, and we were still able to get plenty of portraits outside around the pretty venue.

Such the perfect way to kick off the year and so excited for all my 2015 weddings!

{ megan + nevin // ambassador mansion wedding }

Wednesday, January 28th, 2015

This wedding! You might as well cozy up with a cup of tea because this is going to be quite the post. But I promise you’ll love every last bit of it! Megan & Nevin wanted a day that incorporated both their cultures {Indian & British/American} and held two ceremonies, accompanied by an English tea and Indian dinner. There was an elephant, a procession of dancing to the altar, and a beautiful Hindu ceremony. There were opulent florals, long dessert tables, seersucker suits, and romantic vows. And to top it all off, there was the most lovely blush pink dress you ever did set your eyes on. The Ambassador Mansion, with its marble floors and wide green lawns, provided the perfect backdrop for this immensely romantic & jubilant day.

A huge thank you to Style Me Pretty for featuring this wedding! Head over to the post here to see & read more!