We had the most incredible time photographing Kristin and Conor’s wedding day. From their first look to the rumbling dance floor, it was a whirlwind of love, energy, and excitement that we are so happy to have witnessed. And to make it even more personal, this gorgeous private vineyard in Napa where they got married on a perfectly sunny day is actually a family member’s home… both convenient and amazing!
Conor and Kristin shared so many beautiful moments together from beginning to end [ read more … ]
Back at the end of 2019 when the world was still going about business as usual, we met Zoe and Alex in Half Moon Bay for their engagement photos, which remain some of our absolute favorites. As fate would have it, the pandemic shut the entire country down shortly afterwards… but unlike many of our other couples, Zoe & Alex managed to plan their Oceano Hotel wedding around the pandemic [ read more … ]
Almost two years ago, we geared up and hid in the (mostly figurative) bushes at Stow Lake to capture Brian asking Jenny for her hand in marriage (see proposal photos here!). We’re so happy to have now followed their story to their wedding day! Although some changes had to be made due to COVID-19 — like so many weddings this year, the original plan was for a much larger gathering — it only ended up making their winery wedding at Viansa Sonoma feel even more warm and intimate. [ read more … ]
Eight months into the pandemic with still no slowdown of the virus in sight, Katie and Brian still managed to have their wedding on their original wedding day — though as you might imagine, much of it had to be re-planned! Instead of a large indoor wedding, they ended up having a very small backyard ceremony. And for us, it was quite enjoyable both to photograph as well as just to witness. There’s really nothing quite so intimate and contemporary like Katie and Brian’s tiny, socially-distanced, live-streamed, backyard wedding! [ read more … ]
Bajis and Michelle’s wedding was a perfect day — elegantly styled, warmly personal, and thoughtfully socially-distanced. Even in hindsight, it’s almost unbelievable that this whole event was put together in a month and a half, after their first two venues and plans didn’t work out due to the pandemic. In addition to the family & friends who attended in person, a wider audience joined in on Zoom to celebrate together virtually. All in all, while on its surface it had the hallmarks of a 2020 wedding, at its core, Michelle and Bajis’s intimate wedding at The Club at Ruby Hill was a most timeless celebration of love and union. [ read more … ]