Love is sweet, patient, kind, trusting, always hoping for, and thinking the best of each other. This couple beautifully share this kind of love.
Aleia and Nick ~ Catholic Church Ceremony and Yucaipa Valley Golf Course Reception Wedding Videography, CA
The best love stories are often the simple ones. Boy meets girl. Boy makes girl laugh. They know they will be with each other the rest of their lives.
Susana and Chris were married in an intimate elopement ceremony with their children and parents as witnesses at their Southern California home. Romantic Wedding Portraits taken in Downtown Upland. Wedding Videography by For the Honor Productions.
Why do we throw big parties when a couple decides to join their lives together? Well for some, it’s because they believe that marriages are more than worthy of celebration.
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 wedding day timeline. It’s the thing that every single person on your wedding vendor team is going to need to know from you. Our game plan is based on your schedule of events, so it is definitely important have it ready before the wedding .
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.