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Mary + Peter were married on March 21st at Calamigos Equestrian (great venue by the way!). I loved how fast the day went by, not only did I have a sweet time with Mary + Peter, but I was lucky enough to have Denise Bovee and Emily Ruth by my side. A few days prior Justin had sprained his ankle so I was anxious to find an awesome assistant and great second shooter so he wouldn't have to work, I was thankful these girls stepped up to the plate and did quite an amazing job!
We started the day off at a nearby hotel for a short and sweet tea ceremony. Then we headed to the Downtown area of Burbank to snag a few quick portraits before we headed over to the venue for their wedding ceremony.
I really liked the hair piece Mary wore that day, it was a flower decal made out of feathers and rhinestones.
My favorite shot of the day!
A sweet little moment of Peter with his groomsmen before the ceremony began.
Until Mary + Peter's wedding, I never really appreciated the symbolism that these next two images show, both are so similar, but so different in significance. See if you catch my drift:
Dad walking bride down the aisle...
Husband walking bride away from the aisle.
...And everything in between.
These next two images show one of my favorite moments that I've captured at a wedding reception, as Peter + Mary made their grand entrance Peter immediately welcomed his bride with a song, "I Do" by 98 Degrees, and he did a flippin' good job too! I had no idea that Peter had this trick up his sleeve and neither did the rest of the room, it was great!
Please forgive this last image. 1. I was using a crazy wide lens and 2. it was the end of a fun long day and I think it shows. Anyway, posting it seemed like a must! Left to right: Emily Ruth, Mary, Me, Peter, and Denis Bovee.
Jason + Kelly were married on March 7th in Newport Beach at the LDS Temple.This wedding was super fun, mainly because Jason + Kelly are some of the coolest peeps ever and just happen to be super good friends of ours (you can re-read the story of them by visiting their engagement session post). It was sort of weird because we worked all day, but it didn't feel like work because we were hanging out with some of our favorite friends! So glad Jason + Kelly not only invited us to be guests of the wedding day, but to capture it as well. It was a great day to say the least!
Love this shot of Kelly and her dad as he embraced her once she and Jason exited the temple.
Justin with some of his good college buddies.
Justin hopped in front of me to take a turn and I saw THIS:
My favorite shot of the day!
Before the reception, Jason + Kelly had a small ring ceremony, which is not typical for LDS weddings, but it was very sweet.
Don't forget to check out this slideshow I posted with more fun shots from Jason + Kelly's wedding!
Last, I wanted to post this shot of us with some of our closest friends:), love you Amber, Rich, Jr., and Kelly!