Apr 02, 2018
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What an absolutely perfect wedding day it was at the classic and cool University Club in Pasadena. We started the day out at the University Club early for getting ready shots and some pre-ceremony images in and around the club. We then moved on to Pasadena City Hall for the bride and groom’s first look. Kate and Ari were such an awesome couple to work with and they hit every mark when it came to the photos. The ceremony and reception were back at the University Club. The reception started with the introductions, followed by the first dance and then gradually transformed into a full blown party. Overall, the entire day was a lot of fun and we really enjoyed being there! Below are few of our favorite shots from Kate and Ari’s big day. Enjoy!

Nov 10, 2016
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Valerie and Anton tied the knot on a beautiful fall day.  I’m sure they had both been anxiously awaiting to say “I do” as they have been together for a few years now. All of the days festivities took place at the Fenyes Estate. The building is a historic two-acre estate complex located in Pasadena along what was once known as “Millionaire’s Row”. The Pasadena Museum of History maintains the century-old estate. We started the day with a first look, then it was off to Old Town Pasadena for some cool urban styled photos. We got some great shots of the newlyweds in some of Pasadena’s coolest spots. The ceremony was touching and very personal.  Anton’s older brother flew all the way in from Australia to perform the ceremony. Other personal touches were included in the reception as Anton serenaded his new bride. The coordination was handled flawlessly by Mellisa Rizk at boutique event planning. It was simply a pleasure documenting their day!

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Sep 26, 2016
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Marie and Nathan were married at one of the most romantic, historic venues nestled in the foothills of the San Gabriel mountains. Padua Hills theatre in Claremont, California is one of the most beautiful locations in Southern California.  Surrounded by family and friends the ceremony was original and very personal. We wrapped up the reception at an outstanding Italian restaurant where the wine was flowing and everyone enjoyed the flavors of Italy. Buon appetite!

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Jul 14, 2015
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Carissa and Tyler were married in one of the most beautiful and natural surroundings in the Southern California area. The 1909 Topanga Canyon is an out of the way hidden gem. The natural amphitheater allows couples to have their ceremony beneath an ancient oak tree. I can’t even begin to describe the incredible people that we were surrounded by on the day of the wedding. Carissa and Tyler are originally from the Mid-West and they had family and friends that made the trek out from Missouri for the big day. The onsite building is gorgeous, with Irish knot inlaid on the stone and wood, high ceilings and a built-in bar that made for a perfect hangout for their guests later on at the reception. One thing is for sure, Carissa and Tyler have some of the best family and friends anybody could ask for! Carissa and Tyler, we are so happy we got to share your special day with you and wish you many years of happiness!

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Apr 09, 2012
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Erin and James’ ceremony took place at the Church of the Angels in Pasadena, California, on a Southern California winter’s day. The day was shaping up to be a rainy one when dark clouds moved in and the sky looked very threatening. Luckily, we planned ahead with some cool umbrellas for the formal photo sessions.  Not wasting any time, we started shooting the formal shots of Erin and James highlighted by the incredibly dramatic sky. The reception was held at The Rococo Room at the Cafe Santorini in Old Town Pasadena. Dinner was highlighted with toasts by their families, which were extremely touching and memorable.  Later, everyone hit the dance floor for some great freestyle dancing and crazy fun.

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