Tuesday, March 1, 2011

abbie + tanner, san diego temple & catamaran resort

honestly, i don't even know what to say about abbie and tanner's wedding! it was absolutely gorgeous, thanks to the genius of heather at AMOROLOGY. her creativity and attention to detail is honestly unreal. of course abbie and tanner are just stunning (don't you just die over their wedding attire?!). and the catamaran resort was the perfect backdrop to their nautical themed wedding. also, i was very, VERY pregnant when i shot this wedding. as in, lucy was born three weeks after i got home. i could not have survived without my amazing second shooter TIFFANY! really, i would have gone into premature labor without her.


enjoy part one!

Getting Ready:
Hair + Makeup by TRACY









SAN DIEGO TEMPLE
note: the san diego temple was covered by scaffolding. and i do mean every. square. inch. hence, we took basically no bride and groom shots there... you'll see why.







uh, see? i told you so. ;)

CATAMARAN RESORT
ring ceremony and reception





this is how the guests found their seating arrangements! see what i mean? amorology, you amaze me.




























COCKTAILS/ PORTRAITS














RECEPTION coming in part II!
plus, this wedding is being published somewhere very special.
i can't wait to tell you!

18 comments:

jessica curtis said...

incredible! i get so excited for your blog posts...and you never cease to amaze. can't wait for the reception!

Jessica said...

Beautiful wedding- love San Diego. Oh and thats crazy about the temple! Thanks for the late night eye candy while Im working away!

Carly said...

so fabulous!!!

Alisha said...

Beautiful, beautiful photos! That's too bad about the temple. San Diego is one of my favorites.

Amy McFarland said...

Absolutely beautiful! I am a sucker for symmetry and that shot of the wedding party all in a line stole my heart!

Jennie Smithson said...

you. are. AWESOME!!!

Lindsey Orton said...

wow. uh-mazing...LOVE it!

Marielle Hayes said...

I'm basically DYING right now. These are incredible!

Helen said...

Your work is soooooo good, and always inspiring as a fellow D700 shooter... do you still shoot with an 85mm 1.8 lens? Contemplating 1.8 vs 1.4!

Rach said...

hurrrrrry and post the rest!

Lazy Daisy Design: Photography by Teresa Henrie said...

Simply beautiful! I LOVE the one in front of the temple! Something they will remember FOREVER!

Jeff and Britney said...

I live for days when you post new weddings! Or rather, when you post anything... Can't wait for part 2 :)

Jalene said...

OH. MY. GOSH. i can NOT believe that scaffolding on the temple. that is nuts! and so sad. well, despite that, the wedding was still BEAUTIFUL! you are amazing.

Brooke {BrookeB Photography} said...

AMAZING! I love all the colors and the detail shots! I kinda dig the temple shot though because they will never forget that! and how often do you ever see that? CRAZY!

Abbie O. said...

Yeah!! I was so happy to see this post, definitely made my day:) The scaffolding was horrible, but the rest of the day was completely magical and I have you to thank for capturing all the fabulous details and sweet moments. I can't wait to see the reception photos and I am real excited about the feature you mentioned! :)

Haley K said...

jessica you did a fantastic job at capturing so many wonderful moments! the photo of that sweet old man kissing the new bride's hand is beyond precious :) And her ring!!...absolutely stunning :) Can't wait to find out wear the wedding is being featured!

rachel.tweeddale said...

What a beautiful, colourful wedding! Love it

tiff and chris johnson said...

Awwww so fun to finally see these up!! Such a fun wedding!! And so excited to see where it's published! Way to go sis! xo