What is the best way to celebrate ten years of marriage? To host a big bbq with your closest friends and family, and take pictures with your original wedding party of course!
One great thing about Facebook is the way you can reach out to anyone. In February I got to second shoot for Taylor K photography, http://www.taylor-k.com from Southern California.
Everything was beautiful about this wedding at Flying Caballos Ranch http://flyingcaballos.com. I showed up to the venue and started on the details of the day: the bride, Jocelyn’s gorgeous jewelry made by a friend, her grandmother’s brooch that she pinned onto her bouquet, the adorable wedding favor tiles that the Jocelyn hand made, the hand made center piece boxes that held the flowers with J&J branded into the wood, the California drought friendly succulent cake and other numerous gorgeous details. Then I headed up to the honeymoon suite in the water tower where the guys got ready. They all took a shot of Jack Daniels, and Jeff was then ready for a first look at his soon to be bride. When they saw each other it was adorable on how excited and anxious they both were. With the first look done, family portraits were able to get done before the ceremony, making things very easy. Jeff and Jocelyn even had some time to just sit and relax as guests showed up before the ceremony. Once the ceremony was over, Jocelyn and Jeff were ready to celebrate and party with all of their guests. The DJ (Kramer Events: http://kramerevents.com/central-coast-wedding/dj-mc/) had everyone dancing the night away from the start of cocktail hour. During sunset, Taylor and I were able to steal the bride and groom for a few minutes to take some pictures out in the field. With the gorgeous views and the incredibly photogenic bride and groom, the pictures are extremely beautiful.
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