Claire & Aron’s Muir Woods + Muir Beach Engagement Photos

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March 22, 2019

Aron & Claire are natives of Arizona and California, and so they decided to get one set of engagement photos done in each state. Claire used to come to Muir Woods when she was growing up, and after they moved to California together, Claire brought Aron to Muir Woods where he instantly fell in love with the redwoods. [ read more … ]

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Patrick & Heeyoung’s Golden Gate Bridge Surprise Engagement Proposal

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February 17, 2019

Patrick had been planning his proposal to Heeyoung since late last year. He wanted Valentine’s Day to be the day for the two of them to officially get engaged, and chose Battery Spencer as the perfect spot for their Golden Gate Bridge surprise engagement. [ read more … ]

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Milind & Aarohi’s Foggy Marin Headlands Proposal and Private Dinner

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July 11, 2018

Milind’s proposal to Aarohi was as special as it was elaborate. After looking through a myriad of spots around San Francisco and even physically scouting them out, Milind decided he would propose up at Slackers Hill, one of the most scenic spots in the Bay Area and perhaps our favorite. [ read more … ]

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Eric, Michaela, and Noelle: An Adorable Proposal at Battery Spencer

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June 29, 2018

Eric & Michaela’s proposal was the most adorable proposal. While on a family trip to San Francisco with their baby daughter Noelle (just a month younger than our own Aubrey!), parents and baby made their way up to Battery Spencer to enjoy the beautiful sunset colors and its unique view of the Golden Gate Bridge. [ read more … ]

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Antoinette & Remy’s Point Reyes Station Dance Palace Wedding

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April 13, 2018

I loved the uniqueness and personality that Antoinette & Remy weaved into their wedding day at the Point Reyes Station Dance Palace. I’ll start with their wedding ceremony, one of my favorites and perhaps most memorable to date. A&R would have loved to have their cats play the role of flower girl and ring bearer, but I think we can probably imagine how that would have played out. Instead, they made cardboard cutouts of their cats’ faces [ read more … ]

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