It’s an editor’s nightmare I tell you! There were so many amazing photos from Lindsay and Aaron’s wedding, I had trouble cutting it down. But… since it’s my blog, I can do whatever I want with it! So get ready for a ton of photos, but it’s well worth the extra cruising time. Anyway, blah blah blah, this wedding was super fun and crazy love filled. These two are such sweethearts. I just melted watching them grace each other for the first time, all gussied up on their big day. They took turns crying! He is definitely her lobster… whatever that means?! I know, I know, it’s a Friends reference, but I would need to watch the episode to brush up on the history. But you know, it’s great to see people so in sync with each other. Makes life down the road that much easier! Here’s wishing you guys a smooth sailing, loved filled and blessed life.
I have nothing against cats, but I have to admit, I am a dog person. Could be because I am slightly allergic to them, that in my opinion they don’t do much, and they are ill-tempered when they feel like it. Dogs on the other hand… Tails wagging, happy to see you, greeting you at the door; now this is my kind of animal. Maybe that’s why Kristina and I got along so well. She’s a dog lover, as is Tri. Maybe I’ve said this before? I don’t know, it’s too cold in my house to worry about these things. (Our heater crapped out, it’s 50 degrees inside, and no one can get here for 2 more days. Brilliant). Either way, I was thrilled to photograph their wedding and reception at the Julia Morgan Ballroom in downtown San Francisco. Actually, the ceremony was held in the lobby of The Merchants Exchange, which was a very cool space in its own right, but I digress…
We had a gorgeous day, everything went to plan, and the girls ordered pizza in the room while getting ready, which means I got to eat pizza in the room. It also made me fearful that someone would slop marinara on the dress, but that didn’t happen either. Phew. What follows are some great photos from a fine day.