Highlights of 2013 | Wedding Details

1.08.2014

Sometimes the title of "photographer" feels insufficient to what my job really entails.  I believe it's about so much more than just capturing a cool shot or two.  My job is not just to be a photographer, it's to be a storyteller.  The story of a wedding day -nearly any wedding day- will inherently be filled with emotion, drama, humor, and everything in between.  To capture all of that in a way that makes anyone who views the photos feel like they're actually there experiencing the day is my goal with every wedding.

For me, the details of the wedding day -the dress, the shoes, the venue, the flowers- all help set the context for the story to be told.  That's not to say the day should be about having the most beautiful gown, most stunning venue, most blinging ring, or most delicious cake.  Those little details are not all there is to the wedding, of course.  But when the special touches have meaning to the couple, when they represent the couples' own style and interests and history together, they can go a long way in telling you not just what the wedding day looked like but who the couple truly is.  I love seeing the myriad ways couples are able to express themselves through the details and I especially love capturing those details in a way that sets the scene for their love story to unfold.


"wedding rings on succulents"
"chic desert wedding in san diego"
"purple bridesmaids bouquet"
"wedding dress in window with cityscape"
"gold wedding shoes"
"elegant diamond wedding ring"
"vintage lace handkerchiefs"
"lanterns and pink decor for chic desert wedding"
"red wedding bouquet"
"romantic lace wedding dress in garden"
"wedding ceremony in the mountains"
"handmade chuppah for wedding"
"classic wedding flowers and bouquets"
"mixed metals wedding and engagement ring"
"vintage wedding shoes"
"pink wedding dress in san francisco"
"vintage wedding getaway car with just married sign"
"coral flowers and navy chevron wedding centerpieces"
"orange destination wedding invitations"
"chic diamond wedding ring""wildflowers and lace for wedding altar"
"rustic chic farm wedding"
"handmade favors for san francisco wedding"
"vintage wedding shoes"
"starbucks coffee cup"
"gold glitter urban chic wedding invitations"
"turquoise sea inspired wedding cake"
"macarons and wedding cake"
"tea length cream lace wedding dress"
"ivory lace wedding shoes"
"romantic bridal bouquets""wedding dress hanging in mountain fog mill valley"
"wedding cupcakes""bridal jewelry for Indian wedding"
"navy and yellow wedding reception decor"
"bride in cowboy boots " "groomsmens sci fi cufflinks"
"wildflowers for wedding ceremony decor"
"teal beach inspired wedding reception decor"
"profile shot of diamond wedding rings"
"wedding dress for destination beach wedding"urban chic wedding dress and bouquet"

"orange and green bridal bouqet"xo


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10 Comments:

  1. I like the way you explained how the details contribute a great deal to telling the overall story. You're so right, an album full of images of the bride and groom and the standard group shots would be very boring and not very personal. Your approach is beautiful and it shows in your stunning images. xo

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  2. I just swoon over your images & wedding style...

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  3. I just swoon over your images & editing style...

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  4. Absolutely love these shots! The details are so important to me, too. It's hard to balance the desire to have a gorgeous wedding with getting too weighed down by the "stuff," not the emotion, but I really tried to focus on the details of our own wedding without losing the big picture. I have a hunch your lovely couples do, too!

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  5. Well, I swoon over you so we're even. ;)

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  6. Thank you Carole! It's true, if you just want a photo to frame, of course the couples photos or group photos would probably be chosen. But for an album or photo book, the details truly help the viewer feel like they were actually there on the wedding day. Hope you have a great weekend! xo

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  7. Always love seeing these little details, they are all little things adding up to make your day even more beatiful and it's nice seeing what other people do! My favourites are always the jewelry shots :-) I'm a sucker for all things shiny and the styles are always so different from what we pick here.

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  8. so many beautiful shoes and dresses and flowers and vases and cakes. just lovely.

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