Oh hello there lovers. Did you enjoy your weekending? Please tell me you had some margaritas, if not, unacceptable. We take Cinco De Mayo very seriously in our household. AND now that one of our bestie’s (Megan, of Megan and Brent…the other rad team at StudioC) has a birthday the day before it’s only THAT much better. We had a small intimate get together for her bday on Saturday, complete with mustaches, polaroids, a pinata, and some kick-ass vegan birthday flan. WIN. And win we did, sure makes life 100% better having such amazing friends/family…we are so blessed, that’s for sure. Then yesterday we ended the weekend with a rad engagement session for two cool cats (Katie and Jeremy, you are seriously the best) at a ranch. Yesterday was also mine and Rico’s 5 year anniversary. CAN YOU BELIEVE IT? 5 years!??? Time is insane isn’t it? I’ll say. Thanks for the last 5 years Mr, couldn’t imagine my life without you and that’s the truth. Muah!
And that brings me to the amazing wedding I have to share with you today. We shot the wedding of Justin and Teale in out in the countryside of Ramona, CA. Teale happens to be a fellow wedding photographer herself, so she sure knew the ins and outs of wedding planning and preparation. She created most everything for her wedding and it was seriously amazing. They are country folk at heart (just moved to Nashville) and so they wanted to have a wedding centered around that theme. Ceremony in a meadow, reception under the trees, string lights, cornhole, peanuts, ice cream sundae bar, and line dancing lessons??? Yes, it was a GOOD TIME and we were over the top honored and excited to partake in the festivities. Teale and Justin, thank you thank you thank you for being so great to work with, so relaxed, flexible, and SO funny (seriously laughing the whole time). You two are something special and your love for each other is a beautiful thing, so glad we were able to be there to tell your story and to witness it. Next time you find yourselves in San Diego, lets get together ok? Ok, done. Enjoy!