Thursday, November 02, 2006

Tim and Katrina

There was a buzz throughout the Darlington House as people made their way up and down the winding staircase. Typical wedding buzz, but with a slight variation. Call it an English twist.

Tim, an Englishman, and Katrina, a slice of apple pie, serendipitously met in England and fell in love. A few years later, they were getting married in La Jolla, California hosting a beautiful wedding. The morning grey clouds parted—the stratus making way for its cumulous counterpart—and the blue sky sat still. Autumn colored flowers covered every corner of the house and who children ascended the staircase too quickly were gently told, Wotch yoself there, mate!

The wedding, conducted without a traditional officiator, was hosted by scripture readings from friends, personal vows, and the mother of the bride announcing them as husband and wife. It was very unique and touching, as one could tell the value the couple placed on keeping their close friends and family, well, close.

Here are a few of my favorites…
The bouquet

The shoes

The dress

Preparations

Katrina explaining the important role of a flower girl to her beautiful nieces


Katrina's adorable grandfather

Tim (in the background) looking at his future father-in-law

Tim and his best man

Tim reads a letter from Katrina

Katrina and her father on their way to the aisle

Like father, like daughter...they look down the aisle to get a sneak peek at Tim

Katrina looking out to the crowd

Finally!




**BIG thanks to Melissa for the invitation to shoot (hope you had a great time in NYC!!) and Emily for shooting along side me the entire night :)

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5 Comments:

Blogger alejandra said...

Beautiful, Jasmine! You're a pro photographer, no doubt about it.

9:27 AM  
Blogger Bumatay said...

Hi Jasmine!
Dang these images are really nice. I love the pic of the grandfather! Have a great weekend! = )

9:32 AM  
Blogger Mike said...

Jasmine, great coverage and story to boot! Love the shot of them peeking down the asile!!

11:44 AM  
Blogger Amelia said...

Wow, you get better and better everytime I visit your blog! I can't wait to shoot with you someday! Lets all play soon!

12:54 PM  
Blogger Jillian Kay said...

oh i just love the one of the little flower girls checking out their shoes. what a sweet photo! all of them are beautiful!

4:40 PM  

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