Yearly Archives: 2013
We met Kris and Ted one lovely afternoon for Coronado Ferry Landing Portraits. The landing itself is a nice wooden dock snuggled up to a cute little beach on one side and a grass park on the other.
Tresa and Nate did an incredible job putting together their elegant Condor’s Nest Ranch Wedding. It can be hard to find a rustic barn wedding venue in San Diego, but the Condor’s Nest
Longer days and warm summer nights gets me itching for a camping adventure. With our wedding in spring and clients coming first there hasn’t been time yet this year for Brett and I to air out
Katie & Ryan’s Scripps Forum Wedding was a truly fun occasion. When looking to have a beach wedding in San Diego the Scripps Seaside Forum stands out as a modern and unique venu with lots
Katie and Ryan pampered themselves before their wedding, as they should, by staying at Estancia La Jolla. Katie, her sister and her mom relaxed and got ready in their lovely suite over looking the
Luce Loft is a wonderful urban space in down town San Diego. One of the great things about this space is it’s versatility for events from birthday parties to elaborate weddings. It’s an
Stephen and Teresa’s Prado Wedding Reception was the best mixture of elegant and fun. Stephen and Teresa were married over at the Carmelite Monastery in the Kensington neighborhood of San
Teresa and Stephen did an incredible job of putting together their Carmelite Monastery Wedding. The Monastery is a truly enchanting place and when we stepped onto the grounds it felt like we had
The Keating Hotel is the perfect marriage between modern and historic. The building is a registered historic building full of beautiful brick walls and the original steam powered elevator.
What girl doesn’t want romantic notebook inspired photos with her loved one? The film, “the Notebook” hands down has some truly romantic scenes that almost any girl (myself
We are excited to share Katie and Ryan’s Mission Beach engagement. It took San Diego to bring theses two east coasters together. A few of their favorite things are their two dogs and
I will find any excuse to wear rain boots and walk in puddles. From my perspective San Diego only gets about 5 rainy days a year (not nearly enough if you ask me). Yet I own 2 pairs of rain boots