We’re thrilled to share the highlight from Nicole and Josh’s beautiful wedding from last month. Nicole and Josh’s wedding was the complete emotional package. From the fun and goofy socks that Josh and his groomsmen wore to the beautiful words that this couple wrote to each other as they were getting ready to walk down the aisle. Josh’s reaction to seeing Nicole for the first time made this one of my favorite “first looks” ever! Their union is also special because in the 3 1/2 years that they’ve been together, Nicole has grown close to Josh’s son Dylan. She says that they’re best pals and often get into trouble together. The three of them becoming a family unit was visually represented in the mixing of three different types of sand during their ceremony, officiated by our friend Rev. Eddie Rodriguez. We’re so happy to have met and worked with this awesome family and hope you love their highlight!

Venue – Grove Isle
Event Planner – MeKaSo Creations
Photo – Unique Design Studios
Officiant – Eddie Rodriguez
Beauty – Gloria Pelo
Music – The Social
Dessert – Ohh My Sweetness


We’re happy to have been a part of the launch campaign for a new project by Carolina Marrelli Music called The Warship Experience. Carolina and her team are a passionate group of talented people looking to make a difference in people’s lives by connecting with them spiritually and helping them find their personal breakthrough. It was an exciting and refreshing project for us because it gave us the opportunity to tell an entirely different story. Our process in working with Carolina was very similar to what we do with our wedding couples, though. We sat down together to really get to know her project to create a film that would honestly represent the experience and their message. Check out their new site to learn more about The Warship Experience and for their tour schedule. Enjoy!

Carolina Marrelli Music
The Warship Experience

Category: Weddings

It was such a pleasure traveling to Sausalito, CA for Jen and Chris’ wedding. It was a sensory experience all-round. The scenics were breathtaking, Jen and Chris are both from the Bay Area and could not have picked a more perfect place to celebrate their marriage. Chris’ sister and cousin played the piano and violin beautifully during their ceremony and the sweet smell of the Eucalyptus filled the air. Lastly, the food was amazing. Everything from the “Rehearsal BBQ” to the dinner on their wedding night was delicious (I had never tried beets before and discovered that I love them!). Food seems to be a big intersection in Jen and Chris’ relationship. Jen is a creative through-and-through while Chris, an analytical, process-driven thinker who works in finance finds his creativity in the kitchen. He forages for ingredients and creates delicious dishes while Jen styles and photographs the meal. This kind of teamwork has served them well in their 10-year relationship and will continue to do so for the rest of their lives. This was a real unique experience for their guests as well because many of them stayed at the hostel next door to the the Headlands Center for the Arts, where the wedding was held. This was an opportunity to have everyone in one place and enjoy each other’s company and the beautiful scenery throughout the wedding weekend. We thank Jen and Chris’ families for their kindness and hospitality as they prepared meals for us and treated us like family at the hostel. Enjoy the highlight!

Venue: Headlands Center for the Arts
Event Planner: Be Hitched
Photo: The Weaver House
Florals: Chestnut and Vine
Beauty: Rebecca Taff
Music: Jeremy Black
Dinner: Katie Powers Catering