We’ve added a Pinterest [pinit] button at the bottom of every post. Carla has been on it the past few weeks. I’ve heard of it before but only made an account today, so I’m still feeling my way in. Social sharing and imagery is right up our alley, give it a spin and pin some of our photos. Let us know if you need an invite.
In the coming weeks, we will be in Vegas to attend WPPI, a tradeshow and convention for Wedding photographers. Thanks to Mark G for second shooting, see you in Vegas!
Ivory and pink colored roses with lots of travel-inspired decorations set a romantic and vintage feel for this wedding. They hurdled the challenges associated with long distance relationships; they believe in fairytales.
Here’s their story:
Mitchyl & I have known each other since we were 10 and 11 yrs old. After 12 years of lost communication, destiny brought us back together. He resided in New Zealand while I lived here in California during the majority of our relationship. We survived a long distance relationship by visiting each other every 6 months, chatting via Skype on our day off, talking over the phone during my break time as a Night shift nurse and surprising each other (such as flying to New Zealand to give him a surprise birthday party). It was true love that bridged us from across the world.
We strongly believe in fairytale, yet we never dream to have a big, glamorous wedding. Our dream wedding has always been simple yet elegant, very intimate but an unforgettable one. We incorporated this vision by celebrating in an urban venue set with harpist, candles and rose petals for a romantic mood with only 53 guests. We both wanted to remember our wedding as something extraordinary ; filled with genuine love & happiness:)
Congratulations Amor and Mitchyl for finding love and celebrating it.