Kellye and Paul

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I am so happy to finally be sharing these images.  Last week was full of technical difficulties and unexpected frustrations but as I worked on these pictures I was smiling the whole time!

Kellye and Paul’s wedding was a blessed day.  You will see how the sunlight streamed through the oak trees to shine right on them during the whole ceremony, adding a beautiful glow as they made their promises to each other and to God.

I also love the way Kellye and Paul kept their wedding unique to them.  Shunning some traditions and making some of their own!  Congratulations you two and thank you so much for allowing me to be part of your amazing wedding day!

Flowers by Bloom n Grow in Atascadero.

There was lavender lining the aisle and crushed lavender down the aisle.  The whole ceremony I loved smelling that wonderful scent!

This is the O’Malley’s Portola Inn in Atascadero.  A Beautiful Venue with Historic charm and it’s run by a wonderful Family too!
Kellye is a Policewoman and Paul is a Firefighter .  I love the way they incorporated it into their theme.
I love it when we capture the first glances of each other!!  Priceless!
Heavenly Light!

Loved the collective feel of the different vases on the tables and the unique ceramic birds.  There were toy police and fire trucks on all the tables too but the police cars seemed to disappear.  Those guilty looking Firemen couldn’t have anything to do with that could they??

My assistant, Josh introduced me to this technique using a video light….such a wonderful way to capture the evening sky.
Kellye and Paul chose to have some of their favorite desserts instead of a wedding cake.  I loved the candy apples form Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, S’More, Churros, and Strawberry Shortcake just to name a few!

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Peggy O'Malley - September 22, 2010 - 9:30 pm

What a wonderful wedding and a wonderful couple. These pictures are beautiful! I knew that light was amazing and you certainly captured it. We are so glad there is such a wonderful photographer right in the neighborhood.
Peggy O’Malley, Portola Inn

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