I first met up with the Bridal party on Famous Rios street in San Juan Capistrano, (I love shooting there) we were standing around keeping an eye out when this amazing train of vintage cars cruised by and a little wish in my heart fluttered. Where was she? How fun to shoot her with these old cars? It was then that my phone rang and she explained the groom and his best men were all driving old cars and would be arriving any minute! Some days you just luck out. And my luck was multiplied that day when she appeared as a modern vintage inspired knockout! Her dress was stunning and I couldn’t get enough of her bird cage veil. Sprinkles of eggplant throughout the day.
Being a wedding photographer is voyeuristic by nature and, well, so am I. Is that creepy? Haa… I love having the opportunity to walk into the warmest, fuzziest, joyous moments of my clients lives and share those fleeting moments with them. A highlight has always been hearing the toasts made in their honor. Amanda & Adrian’s toasts made on there behalf were everything anyone could ever hope to hear from your truest dearest friends. And, well, I confess my eyes were a bit misty.