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Monthly Archives: July 2011

Don’t rain on my parade- San Juan Capistrano Wedding Photography

Outdoor weddings are my favorite.  But they are always a little risky.  Not as much in Southern California as in other parts of the country, but risky none the less. Matt & Ashley’s ceremony was supposed to be outdoors at the Turnip Rose, but it was raining cats and dogs so things got changed around […]

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Everyone needs a little magic!

I love to make things feel special.  Magical even.  And I LOVE being able to use things I already have to do that. So the other night, when I had my neighbors over for a barbecue, I couldn’t wait to put together something cute for the table.  Side note… we had the best burgers I’ve […]

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Spain continued- Cordoba

It’s time to get back to Spain!  Well.. not literally… although, that sounds great right now, doesn’t it? We left off in the cute little Medieval town of Segovia.  Next we headed to Granada, but on our way, we stopped through Cordoba for the day. I just loved this little church we stumbled upon. One […]

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Red Horse Barn Wedding Photography

Here’s just a little taste of Michelle and Brian’s wedding this weekend at The Red Horse Barn in Huntington Beach. One sassy little bride plus an emotional first look equals one great wedding and one happy couple!

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Sneak Peek!- Orange County Maternity Photography

The other night I met up with my friends Chris and Masha.  I shot their wedding three and half years ago (I think!) and their expecting their first baby soon!  Here’s just a few from their fun session.

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Feature in Tucson Bride and Groom!

I was so excited to find out that Kayla & Skylar’s wedding was featured in Tucson Bride & Groom!  They have both an online feature and a feature in the magazine.  I can’t wait to get my hands on a copy! Congratulations you guys!

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Segovia-“Our specialty… roast suckling pig.”

The second stop on our adventure was Segovia. There’s something I really liked about this little medieval town. I tend to be partial to smaller towns anyway and this one definitely had that small town feel. I kept expecting people to jump out and start singing like in Beauty and the Beast. One of the […]

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