Monthly Archives: November 2009

Something to be thankful for…

Chenoa and Mike renewed their wedding vows earlier this month on Magen’s Bay. There are many different reasons why a couple will decide to renew their vows…they hit & survived a rough patch and want a new beginning…they are celebrating a big milestone anniversary…their mainland wedding wasn’t their dream wedding and they want the sand in their toes to say I Do all over again…whatever their reasoning, we are happy to help. Mike & Chenoa though, has a different story and I loved that we (and mainly Eric Johnson of Paradise Pictures) were able to help.

A few years ago, their basement flooded. Among many possesions ruined was their wedding album. The photos were destroyed and they were heart-broken. The decided to have the photos redone but with an upcoming cruise to the Caribbean, they decided, why not redo the whole thing?? They laughed as they recalled their old wedding photos with the old school puffy sleeved dresses and the reception decorated with balloons! I love looking at those old albums, I can only imagine!

Eric did a wonderful job with their photos, even without balloons and massive sleeves!


This totally made me LOL. I was looking through the pictures of this wedding that I blogged about last month. There was a beautiful picture of a father & daugher…the next photo was this: A sister running in the background – I love the look on the younger sister’s face!


Sunday morning is almost over and I’m still recovering from an absolutely amazing wedding last night. I have so much to share but figured I should post this picture before Sunday morning was officially over…more pictures to come of this incrediable day. Wanna guess how many rose petals are lining this aisle?

It’s catchy!

It caught on and on and on… I just love this video that a client shared with me, highlighting her engagement! The happy couple sent the video out along with their Save The Date information and have a WHOPPING 100 guests coming with them on their wedding cruise. If you don’t know already, 100 guestsContinue Reading