A special part of finding your spouse isn’t just being with someone you adore, it’s finding someone who can see the real you. The person you can be open with, close with, and share all of your hopes and dreams with.
It was the moment Oneida and Georgie had been waiting for: their wedding day. The moment they would officially announce to the world that they would be a team for the rest of their lives.
When you're young, in love, and your large wedding plans come to a standstill, what do you do?
Well even if the world stops, love never does.
Finding love isn't a system or formula. And even though we call it chemistry, it's not a science. Sometimes it's as simple as meeting the right person, at the right time and place, and knowing that you could spend the rest of your life with them.
The most important thing about a wedding is the people in it, and when Chanel and Tynell first got married, they knew it was each other that mattered most. They had a wedding within their means, which meant opting out of having a photographer. As their children were growing up, their daughter would ask why mommy didn’t have “princess pictures” on the wall like her friend’s mothers.
Calm, peaceful, joyful, and completely filled with love. Two people aligned in heart, soul and faith, coming together to form their new family.
Elegance mixed with fun is the perfect way to describe a wedding at Santa Anita Race track.
This styled wedding film showcases some amazing vendors and the unique atmosphere of the venue.
Enjoy a celebration with friends and family while cheering on the racing horses.
Weddings that take place at a home have an extra level of beauty and sweetness. The extra tenderness and love and care that goes into preparing the residence for the ceremony lingers in the air and speaks of the affection that the family and friends have for the couple.
A chance meeting in a restaurant, a love of country music and good drinks was the start of Joedy and Brittney's romance. After spending time learning how to be there for each other even in a long distance relationship, they got engaged and committed their lives together at Eagle Glen Golf Club in Corona, CA.
Daniel and Sharon's story started almost five years ago, in a college campus game room. From how the groom tells it, it was pretty much love at first sight. They met and spent an evening besting each other at the sport of ping pong. They started dating a few weeks later, and have been head over heels in love for each other since then.