It rained. No, it poured. Despite all the fingers that were crossed and the prayers offered, the dark clouds refused to leave and the skies opened up with heavy rains. What was supposed to be an outdoor wedding, quickly turned into an all indoor one. But the couple remained calm. Other couples may have panicked but Kara and David accepted the situation for what it was and frankly didn’t care. They were marrying their soul mate and a little rain, even a lot of rain, wasn’t going to ruin this moment. And you know what? The rain actually added to the beauty of the day. Like something out of a movie, the fog rolled in from the hills and created a soft, gorgeous light and just made everything even more romantic. Really, it was perfect.
Kindly knock…David’s bride is getting her gorgeous on.
We were so lucky the rain stopped long enough for us to get some outdoor shots.
Such a beautiful couple, inside and out.
David is a HUGE film buff and Kara looks like a movie siren from decades past so the vintage movie theme was perfect for them.
Kara and David, I am INCREDIBLY lucky to have met you and to call you friends. You add so much radiance to everyone and everything around you and you exemplify the meaning of love and happiness. I wish you an eternity of joy and nothing less.
On behalf of the couple, special thanks to:
- Rancho Las Lomas
- Coordinating and flowers: Natalie Good and her team at A Good Affair
- Hair: Janine Jarman from Harroin Salon
- Makeup: Noel Nichols
- Videographers: Kroh Media
- Caterers: 24 Carrots
- DJ: Bennett Schmid
- 2nd photographer: Chris Suh
- Bride’s gown: Jorge Manuel
- Bride’s shoes: Badgley Mischka
- Bridesmaids’ dresses: Jim Hjelm
- Cake: It’s All About The Cake