We had a fantastic wedding just a couple weeks ago, and it’s time to share! Elizabeth and Bryan might look familiar if you’re a regular follower, we had an awesome engagement session with them a while back, and we were eagerly awaiting their wedding. They didn’t disappoint!
I loved this getting ready room at the Kensington Park Hotel, the Royal Suite. The blue walls, zebra carpet, and other goodies made it a blast to shoot in!
Checking out the back of her hair. Getting this motion shot sharp was a big victory, as it’s not an easy one to get at F1.2!
This totally cracked me up. Just an innocent dress adjustment people.
One of my favs. She was having her veil put on and I was drawn to the light and framing.
First sight moments are always fantastic.
We had to take advantage of that cool room for some portraits!
The bridal party!
I love this image. In the limo ride to the venue I took a number of similar shots when I saw the reflection potential, this was the only one where the stars aligned.
Bryan became totally overwhelmed with emotion when he saw Elizabeth come down the aisle, it was extremely touching. Here he is recovering.
The ceremony was at Old St Mary’s just of of Chinatown in SF. We had to use it for a backdrop for a few portraits after the ceremony.
This is one of my favorite groomsmen images ever.
We braved Chinatown on a Saturday to get this shot. No easy feat, but they did it like pros, and I didn’t get hit by a car. Bonus.
The details! Check out that gorgeous Maggie Soterro gown! I also had fun shooting the shoes with all of those funky room details, so forgive me if there’s more shoe shots than usual.
I really dig this ring shot. You’d never guess in a million years what surface we used!
Elizabeth and Bryan’s Dad on the dance floor.
A parting venue shot:
Thanks so much for having us along for the ride! I hope Paris was amazing and that you made it to Pierre Herme! I know we will when we head there in Nov!