Michelle and Cromwell were definitely a fun couple with a great sense of humor. You probably couldnt tell in this set but I did leave a couple of funny moments in here. Wedding planning is such a stressful thing to do and all to be brides know that! There is always a short on time for us but we finally got a couple here that gave us a good chunk of time to get photos done. We were able to get out to the waterfall out by Bollinger Canyon road. Lucky for us it was only down the street from Bridges Golf Club in San Ramon so travel time wasnt an issue.
The day was a real challenge though. You cant tell in the picutres but the wind was blowing 20-30mph! It blew so hard that my 2nd photographer and my assistant had to hold the equipment down! Regardless though Michelle and Cromwell, we had a great day and fabulous pictures. Thank you both for being so much fun to work with. Enjoy this set, there will be more to come!
It sure was a foggy weekend in the bay area, unless you lived out in the east bay that is. The clouds all burned away as soon as you passed 24. This was Mary and Frank’s big wedding day at Round Hill Country Club. The wedding party had a traditional wedding attire and great colors and color schemes. They even changed into traditional African attire which was a first for me and a great experience to photograph.
Round Hill had a very nice club and reception area, the course and surrounding were great. Being bay area wedding photographers we took a nice drive out from San Francisco to the East Bay. It worked out well outdoors for wedding photography. The setup for preparation wedding photography was a bit weird but as with most golf clubs the girls and guys have to get ready in the locker rooms.
Thank you both for giving me this opportunity.
A special thanks for Erin for coordinating and getting in contact with me!
Here are some highlights, enjoy!
What a crazy day! Then again most weddings are pretty crazy days. Christina and Peter Morse got married at the Verdi Club in San Francisco. Its an old school 20’s gentlemans club which is now a venue for weddings and such. The wedding reception and the ceremony both took place there and we had a limo waiting for us to snag the bridal party away for pictures afterwards. We were able to make it down to the Embarcadero to take pictures by Pier 1 and the Bay Bridge in San Francisco. It was a great wedding photography set for them.
Christina you and your bridesmaids were a boat load of fun. Thanks to both of you for letting me drag you guys out all over the place to take these photos and I hope you’ll love them. Here are some highlights.