We stayed for a little while after and captured some group photos and all of the adorable long term committed couples (I’m looking at you, grandparents) before heading to Crystal Cove for portraits. We leisurely frolicked on the beach just the three of us and breathed in all of that natural beauty. One of my favorite things about photographing elopements on the beach at sunset is all of the variation of color from the golden hour to dusk.Read More
Somehow Charlie and Victoria managed to not see each other until her father walked her down the dusty desert aisle! After the ceremony we meandered around the park for portraits and the epic desert sunset. Have you ever witnessed a sunset in Joshua Tree? If not you should add that to your bucket list as they are so dreamy.
As our time together came to a close Charlie turned to me and asked, “How does it feel to be a part of such an important day of someone’s life”. To which I replied, “Incredible”.Read More
Cathy, a travel and adventure lover was sitting on an airplane one day flying across the country when she started chatting with the stranger sitting next to her. They spoke for hours about every topic under the sun. They shared stories, they laughed, they bonded over their mutual love of travel discussing all of the countries they have wandered to and the ones they hope to explore…and the rest, as they say, was history. Well, sort of.Read More
Location: Malibu, California
Venue: The Sunset Restaurant
Rebecca and Zach got married on a Monday morning surrounded by a small group of their nearest and dearest. It was a perfect day in Malibu for an elopement; overcast skies gave way to eventual sunshine that made the ocean sparkle in the distance. The beach was quiet with barely anyone else visible but the dolphins seen in the distance.