Harriet & Anthony are all about each other… and food. Lots of food. In fact, at their (very thoughtfully socially distanced) backyard ceremony, they had each written individual vows — and each made plenty of mentions of food and feeding each other and more food. And they had Bobaville drinks for everyone — my kind of couple! [ read more … ]
Anne & Steve had their first official date right here on this very harbor, and they wanted to memorialize that in their wedding day. Although the ongoing pandemic kept them from hosting the full wedding reception they had envisioned with all of their guests, they still had the beautiful small wedding ceremony on kayaks exactly as they had originally wanted, on the water in Half Moon Bay’s Pillar Point Harbor, with their friend Penni performing the ceremony. [ read more … ]
Amy and David’s engagement session was relaxed, fun, and perhaps most of all, beautiful! We had initially planned on starting at Pier 7 and then heading over to Sutro Baths for sunset, but alas, the weather that day wasn’t meant to be. The fog over Richmond/Sunset remained thick through the afternoon, so we flipped our shoot around to start by the oceanside and catch sunset at the Embarcadero waterfront instead, where the sun was still peeking out over the clouds.
And it worked out really well! [ read more … ]
Dom & Mae said their vows and tied the knot earlier this month with a tiny elopement. And in the midst of this global pandemic, the logistics were actually quite difficult! There was almost no place in the Bay Area to have a ceremony, so they went down to Santa Cruz. Although coronavirus-related restrictions kept me from documenting the ceremony itself, I’m so glad I got the opportunity to meet up with them afterwards for some outdoor elopement portraits in San Francisco and create these memories of their wedding day. Check out a few of the photos below!
We met Laura Beth & Andrew almost a year and a half ago, back when the world was still humming along and everyone was doing the now-unthinkable — like gathering in groups and giving out hugs! 😱 Yeah, crazy times, I know. When it became clear a few months back that their meticulously-planned wedding would be disrupted, Laura Beth and Andrew decided to rethink it all and distill their wedding celebration down to what really mattered: a memorialization of love between the two of them, witnessed by their family & friends both near and far. As a result, they completely reimagined their wedding day and turned it the most fun and interactive Zoom wedding ever! [ read more … ]