Wedding season is in full swing and with the spring weather in Scotland so mild this year we were lucky to get a perfect, sun-soaked day for Jasmine and Steven’s Loch Leven engagement session. As I start to settle in to my new life in Scotland, photography is a great way to explore the parts of this wonderful country I haven’t yet gotten to see. I’m looking forward to much more of that! Steven grew up in Kinross so it was fitting to set their engagement session there and include their dog, Penny, who was a delightful ball of energy. I’m excited about their wedding later in the summer on the west coast of Scotland!
Ben met Sheena when he first became interested in learning about Buddhism. He liked her immediately, but it wasn’t until years later that they became a couple. Through the wedding planning process, I loved getting to spend time with these two and being there to document their big day felt very special. One thing I noticed in every aspect of their wedding was just how beloved Sheena and Ben are by their family and friends. Also, they made my job very easy - it was clear from the way they looked at each other throughout the day how much they love each other. From touching speeches to the hilarious father/daughter dance in the backyard of a long-time family friend, their wedding was brimming with lovely touches that I’ll remember for a long time.
On a beautiful summer San Diego day, Lisa and John were married at St. Gregory the Great church, followed up by a reception at the historic Lafayette Hotel. It was my first time photographing a wedding in San Diego and I loved everything about the day, which was made even better by Lisa and John being such a wonderful couple. They were laid back, wanting to savor the party with friends and family. At the end of the reception everyone enjoyed the best cupcake selection, with flavors like apple pie, blueberry lemon, and mint chocolate chip to choose between.