Amy and Christian were wed on New Years Eve and it had to have been the party of the century! I had so much fun shooting them that it hardly felt like working. I had so much fun with them when we did their engagement session so I knew their wedding was going to be a blast!
These two met on a plane while both going to Germany. They had a long distance relationship for a while as Amy lived in Colorado and Christian lived in California. After a year or so of being together, Christian drove 10 hours to Oregan to where Amy was on Christmas eve and proposed to her. Since Christian is a kick ass videographer, he created a beautiful video for Amy documenting the proposal and I cried like a baby! Everything about it was straight out of a movie. View the proposal video here and I dare you not to cry: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=At7dGx8WaOs
The night of the wedding was nothing short of amazing. During the toasts her sister put together a rap performance and blew everyone out of the water. To top that Christian surprised Amy with a dance routine to Genuwine’s “My pony” that incorporated the groomens when it was the garter tossing time. I had no idea Christian could dance! And then Amy’s sister tackled Amy for the bouquet during the bouquet toss. Don’t take my word for it! You’ll have to view the photos below to see the most epic New Years Eve wedding!
Jenn and Adam got married in December at the Sequoia Mansion in Placerville. If there was a wedding where everyone was relax and everything fell into place, this would be it. The day called for rain but we didn’t see a drop. It always seems like my clients always luck out and someone above was looking out for them. Such a great couple and such a great day!
I was introduced to Eric by his brother Ryan who was doing the leg work for Eric’s wedding planning since Eric lives in Southern California. When Eric and I spoke over the phone it was like we’ve been friends forever. We talked for over an hour about anything. I knew we had a great connection and when Eric told me a few days later that they would like to move forward with me, I may or may have not “YAY!” out loud like a little girl.
We met on a gloomy, sprinkley Sunday to do their engagement session. We couldn’t really reschedule it because they flew up here for session and wouldn’t be able to make it back up until closer to the wedding. We got SOOOOO lucky because when we started, the rained stopped and didn’t start again until after we were done. Seriously, LUCKY!!
We started at Capital Park, walked around downtown for a bit before heading to midtown where I found the CUTEST laundry mat called “Love Laundry.” I die!
These two are so sweet and I can’t wait until they are official. =)