Gregory & Tina - Wedding {Moraga, CA}

When I first met with Tina I knew her wedding was going to be wonderful! I love chatting with my brides about the style and feel they hope to achieve on their wedding day. After talking with Tina she expressed how she wanted everything to be like a big party. With close friends and family in attendance this was easily accomplished! The close relationships her and Gregory had with those who attended was so evident and made it a joy for me to capture! One of my favorite details of the day were the succulent plants they had as decor and party gifts for their guests! They grew the succulents themselves in preparation for the wedding! How amazing is that! 


Manchester England Engagement Styled Shoot {Manchester, England}

Though this styled shoot was captured this past summer I waited until it was featured on Brides Up North a Wedding Blog just for Northern England brides. To get more in depth details of the shoot be sure to check it out here In the meantime here are a few of my favorites! 

Brian & Kolicia - Wedding Day {Bayonet & Blackhorse - Moneterey, CA}

The first wedding of the year always holds a special place in my heart! But in addition to that Kolicia, Brian, and I immediately become fast friends! I loved chatting wedding details over the months leading up to their wedding day and even had the opportunity to do Kolicia's hair on her wedding day! The January wedding couldn't have been more beautiful with the sunshine and ocean view. They had such a fun wedding party and awesome supportive family which made for an amazing wedding day! Take a look at some of my favorite moments! 

Romantic Beachside Styled Shoot {Halfmoon Bay}

Sometimes you create something and you immediately know its going to be perfection! This beach styled shoot was one of those times. Chelsea and Harrison were so perfect and the fact that they are in love clearly came across on camera! We had such talented and wonderful vendors that I am so lucky to have worked with! Be sure to check out this shoots recent publication by Borrowed and Blue at