John and Olivia met on a blind date during their senior year of college, about six weeks before they graduated. Needless to say, neither of them expected to begin a relationship at that point!
After ten years apart, Tony and Dara reconnected and sealed the deal with a couple of rings. This picture-perfect Santa Rosa setting made for some spectacular pictures. Here's what the bride had to say about the whole thing:
Brigitte and Miguel are avid campers. In their search for a venue, they wanted something that had a very personal connection with their personality. And so they came upon Slide Ranch.
Amber is the total girl next door bride. She is super sporty and pretty downright adorable. She and her fiance John married at Cornerstone Art Gallery and Wine Room in Sonoma, California. Their dog, Bailey the boxer, stood in as the official flower girl. Dinner took place in an intimate white tent lit with globe lights. Dancing moved over to an open barn on Cornerstone's property. John's grooms cake was a world series baseball hat in true SF Giants style. This wedding had everything that captures beautiful Northern California style form a gorgeous setting to a laid back style.
Photographer: Melissa Fuller Photography
Derek and Lena both love to entertain, so it was very important to this couple that, aside from being a special day for the two of them, their wedding was a great party for all their friends and family.
Because Nick and Hannah both love backpacking, and Hannah loves glitter and sparkle, this couple decided that "glamping" would set the tone of their August wedding. From the miniature tent that topped the cake to the gold glitter washi tape that secured the trail mix, they tried to implement equal parts glamour and camping into the theme.
Lindsey and John’s wedding was a dream come true – a two year plan turned into a beautiful reality. Every last detail of their simple and elegant wedding was a gorgeous reflection of their pure and inspiring passion for one another.
When Laurette Garcia & Dave Giacomo orginally planned their big day in Guerneville they imagined it outside, however some unexpected rain moved the event indoors. They made lemons into lemonade by having a fun outdoor photoshoot with the bridal party in colorful rainboots in between downpours. We admire their inventiveness and ability to make the best out of the unexpected. Dark magenta hues paired with bright multi-colored rainboots made for some fanitastic, slightly hilarious, wedding photos. Between tug-o-war on the lawn and dancing up a storm, it's easy to see that this couple doesn't let anything rain on their parade.
Photographer: AE Pictures Inc.
Many marriages fail in the United States today, but very few happen twice. Naysa and Wesley Scott took a second chance on love after a divorce following their first wedding together in 2002.
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