Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Jenille Loves Robin

Jenille and Robin were married this past spring at the Coronado Community Center. Over an eighteen month period, each detail was coordinated to reflect the couple's wedding theme "Distance and Time." This represented their long-distance romance, as well as the many places they had traveled together. With catering by Personal Touch and Manila Food, the entire meal was not only stupendous, but honored the couple's heritage. Tables alternated between floral arrangements and a "shadow box" created by the bride and groom. These unique tabletops included a photo of the couple in a place they traveled together, as well as trinkets and memories from the location. The couple certainly had fun in mind. With a photo booth by Chaz Cruz, magician Kevin on hand during cocktail hour, and the lego cake topper made by the groom, the day was a really fun party! Jenille and Robin, I so enjoyed getting to know you and your families during the planning process and on the wedding day! Thank you for putting your faith in me.
A listing of vendors that helped make the day:
Catering and Rentals: Personal Touch Dining
Florals, Decor, Design and Coordination: I Do...Weddings!
Photography: Chaz Cruz
Entertainment: Isle Entertainment and Daniel Peterson
Hair and Make-up: July Chanthamart

Monday, November 07, 2011

Miranda loves Russell!

Miranda and Russell married last month in Mission Bay during an intimate three-day affair. They arrived to San Diego and celebrated with an engagement session and dinner at the Prado. On their wedding day, they rented a really unique and modern rental property on the bay in Mission Bay. They married with their toes in the sand and a rooftop cocktail reception in their rental home. The weekend was topped off with a cruise, where guests set sail with the newlyweds! AS Photography was on hand to document all three occasions, and it was a unique challenge and fun challenge, as we did not get to meet the bride till the wedding weekend. But, it was a lovely day with warm beach weather. Above are a few beautiful photos from the weekend.....we especially love the touch of the parasols that traveled to us from New Orleans for a little southern flair!

The bride wanted a vintage feel, with shades of champagne, tan, peach and ivory, and we gardenias and orchids to soften the bride and groom's extremely modern venue.

Vendors that helped make the day:

Photography: AS Photography

Florals, Design and Coordination: I Do...Weddings!