Jessica & Zach were married the last weekend of May, still in the rainy season.  I feel sure it rained sometime that day, lol!  But it wasn’t raining when we were shooting outside!  Yay!  I was so excited to photograph Jessica & Zach’s wedding!  They are just the sweetest ever!  I took Jessica’s senior photos about 5 or 6 years ago and was so crazy about her dimples and crazy curly hair!  And meeting Zach, aside from the awesome name (my son’s name!), he is just such a class act.  And of course they both photograph dreamily!  So they kind of made my job easy :)

They got ready and had their reception at Staley Farms.  The room the girls were getting ready in was so awesome!  I am dying about this dress shot :)  And it is such a sweet touch that Jessica had a little heart made out of one of her dad’s shirts to wear inside her dress.  I am totally teary just thinking about it.
white-10Jessica also had a photo of her dad on her bouquet.  So he was with her walking her down the aisle.  Looking at my ring shot, I remember now that it did rain :)white-16 white-20 white-54 white-87 While I was photographing the girls, Mike Tsai was photographing  the guys getting ready!white-40 So happy!  I thought is was so sweet that even though we weren’t doing the bridal photos before the ceremony, Jessica & Zach still wanted to have a moment to see each other so they wouldn’t be so nervous 😉white-115 Super cuties!white-138 white-202 white-239 Oh goodness!  The bridesmaids dresses looked great with the flower combo!white-341 white-343 Holla!  I love this shot!white-411 white-381 Fun bunch :)white-387 I like the angle of my shot from above and then loved Mike’s angle from below!white-410 white-434 Another favorite!  Seriously….you two are so cute :)white-461 white-481 white-487 I was so excited when I spied this spot near their reception!  It took a bit to find it again in the trolley but totally worth it :)white-528 Another favorite :)white-531 white-532 A little fun double exposure :)white-536b white-535 Awesome grooms cake!white-509 Who does this look like?  The groom’s brother………OR STIFFLER?!?!?!!?!?  HA!white-559 white-630 white-633 white-671 We ended the night with a little sparkle fun!  I love to play with sparklers :)  Thanks to the helpers too!  Hope you weren’t too dizzy :)white-890 Congratulations Mr. & Mrs.white-894





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