Paparazzi shoots are something I LOVE to do! Raw emotions, true happiness and pure love in the eyes – that was my first day of spring this year.
Matt proposed to his girlfriend Lisa by the duck pond in the beautiful Paradise Point Resort in San Diego. I met with the groom-to-be an hour before they were supposed to come back together to do a little rehearsal, and she had no idea whatsoever. She thought they are going to the bar, and then the night club. Anyway, Matt forgot all the words he was rehearsing. The good news: she said Yes.
Dear men, who are going to propose soon, can I have your attention, please?
Before you do that, call me first!
This session was also published on Style Me Pretty, check it out:
Anastasia and Andrei got married in Moscow, Russia and decided to spend their honeymoon in Los Angeles, California this summer. Most people come to the Golden Coast to enjoy the beauty of life at the beach, but this couple wanted to experience the other side of LA – downtown, Hollywood, Griffith Observatory. Since there is so much to see and to do here.
When you hear the word “Downtown” – what do you envision? Traffic, crowds of business people, steam coming from the ground… Not in LA! It’s a peaceful and quiet area of the city, especially when you know where to go for some great backdrops – Los Angeles Public Libraryand some other secret spots.
That is the beauty of Los Angeles – it can be beachy, it can be crowdy, and it can be a sweet and romantic place for just two people deeply in love with each other.
Welcome to SoCal, newlyweds!
Katelyn and Nate are both in the U.S. Marines, and they took just a half day off to celebrate their vintage style wedding at The Golf Club at Fallbrook in San Diego County. That was one of the most romantic and sweet weddings that I have attended recently – just look at the groom’s expression when the bride was walking down the aisle with her dad. He could not hold the tears of joy.
Before the ceremony the couple took a moment to hold their hands and say a little prayer without seeing each other. Well, technically, just the groom didn’t see the bride.
The whole day was full of happiness, love and grace.
A good friend of mine adopted Sargeant Pepper (the horse in the picture above) a few months ago. The previous owner didn’t feed him several months in a row, and he was about to die, when the Humane Society of Ventura County in Ojai found him in the outskirts of Santa Paula. Now he’s gained a lot of his weight back, and feels much happier in his new home at Aliso Ranch Stables. And I had a chance to ride a horse for the first time in my life. The scariest part of the story is that I took this photo BEFORE my ride!