Caitlin and Tim’s Forest Adventure Wedding in Saratoga, CA

ShootAnyAngle PhotographyCaitlin and Tim absolutely love the outdoors and adventure.  After all, he proposed on top of Half Dome in Yosemite after a 3-night backpacking trip!  So, when it came time to picking their wedding venue, Sanborn Park in Saratoga, CA was the perfect pick.  The park has a stunning redwood grove with a deck built in – perfect for ceremonies!

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We always have a wonderful time with wedding parties, but this group was truly memorable.  In the middle of shooting their portraits, they all burst into song!  They started singing “Make a Man Out of You” from Disney’s Mulan – so of course, we joined in!  In true Disney fashion, it was magical.

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After the ceremony, the guests headed to the History Club of Los Gatos to start the festivities.  We loved Caitlin & Tim’s special touches: the “Just Married” banner on the head table, steins for the groomsmen, and little jam jars as gifts.  They even had an ice cream bar instead of cake, which was amazing!

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It was a beautiful day, and Caitlin and Tim are sure to have many adventures together.  Plus, love is the greatest adventure of all!

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Photography:  ShootAnyAngle Photography

Ceremony Venue:  Sanborn Park

Reception Venue:  History Club of Los Gatos

Dress:  Trudy’s Brides

Catering:  Golden Harvest Catering

Ice Cream:  Sweet Rendezvous

Bridesmaid Dresses:  Azazie

DJ:  Mark Macala

 

 

 

 

 

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Jen & Paul’s Art Museum Wedding

ShootAnyAngle Wedding PhotographyWhen we first met Jen and Paul, we talked about how they wanted to do something unique and artistic.  We started by planning a special engagement shoot up at Lick Observatory, including nighttime shots!  It was great to do something so different and special to the couple, and we couldn’t wait until their big day at the Triton Museum of Art in Santa Clara, CA.  The great exhibits made for colorful and fun backdrops, and Jen and Paul did a wonderful job of making their wedding unique to them.  It was quite different than most weddings out there – which we love!  We also made sure to bring in more nighttime photography.  The couple loves astronomy.  As a matter of fact, Jen’s ring even has meteorite in the band!

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In addition to the great venue, they made sure to incorporate beautiful details.  Their flowers were not only utilized in the bouquets and boutonnières, but each table had its own unique display with miniature pieces of art for the table numbers.  The bride blew us all out of the water with her absolutely stunning blue necklace.  Talk about serious necklace envy!

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Jen & Paul were such a joy to watch.  They are a perfect match, and there is so much love and partnership between them.  They would do anything for each other – even attend sporting events (Paul isn’t a big fan of sports).  They are beautiful inside and out, and it was a pleasure to capture their beautiful day!

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Venue: The Triton Museum of Art

Florist: Ingela Floral Designs

Caterer: Catered Too

DJ: Eric Foard

Coordinator: Jessica Christie

Stephanie & Jason’s Downtown San Jose Wedding

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We were immediately excited when we learned about the locations for Stephanie and Jason’s big day: the beautiful Hotel De Anza for getting ready photos, followed by a traditional ceremony at the breathtaking Cathedral Basilica of St. Joseph, and finishing with a reception at the San Jose Police Officer’s Association.  It was the perfect blend of urban and traditional looks.  Plus, when you have such a great couple like Stephanie and Jason, you’re bound to get amazing shots!

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Hotel De Anza brings their guests back to the class of the 40s, so it was a great backdrop for Stephanie & Jason and their bridal party.  Located in Downtown San Jose, we were able to utilize the the city and even the roof of the building to bring in a classy urban feel.  The sweet details of the sunflowers in the bouquet and the stunning cathedral length veil really captured the couple’s traditional and yet fun side.

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The majestic cathedral was absolutely breathtaking, and we were so honored to be able to photograph there!  Add in the gorgeous bride and groom with her beautiful Trudy’s gown, and we were definitely having all the feels!  Of course, the best part was simply seeing Stephanie and Jason together.  These two are clearly crazy for each other, and it shows!  We were so delighted to be a part of their beautiful day.

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Photography:  ShootAnyAngle Wedding Photography

Hotel:  Hotel De Anza

Ceremony:  Cathedral Basilica of Saint Joseph

Dress:  Morilee Madeline Gardner from Trudy’s Brides

Bridesmaid dresses: Azazie

Suits/Tuxes: Menguin

DJ: DJ GoodJourney

Florist:  Jeannette’s Flowers

Hair/Makeup: Gina Fernandez, Skin by Gina

Caterer: Golden Harvest Catering

Cake/Desserts: La Patisserie

Event Coordinator: Magical Moment Event Designers

Event Designer: Fine Linen Creations

 

 

Jessica & David’s Romantic Nature Wedding

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Jessica and David’s beautiful day was at the historic Rengstorff House in Mountain View, California.  They chose a romantic nature feel for their wedding, and it was perfect.  We loved it all – from the floral crown to the lego tie clips to the moss and wooded centerpieces.  There were so many beautiful little details that we were just head over heels for!  Plus, it made the wedding so much more personal to the couple.  Jessica even had a handmade gown designed and made by one of her bridesmaids, Janelle Yee.  We absolutely adored it!  Not only did Janelle make the wedding dress, but she made her own dark green, stripped bridesmaid dress!

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Instead of choosing just one color for the bridesmaids, Jessica chose two – mint and dark green.  The combination was simply beautiful for photographs, and they blended great with the guys’ floral ties and grey suits.

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The centerpieces brought in a fantastical woodland element complete with little butterflies and birds as chandeliers and bistro lights hung from wires above.  To add in an even more personal touch, the bride and groom used a family heirloom cake topper on their own cake!

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The best part of the wedding was the bride and groom themselves.  Jessica and David are so fun to be around, and every moment with them is a blast.  They and the father of the bride even requested that they get a photo with us!  It was so sweet. They are the perfect match, and it’s such a treat to watch the two of them together.  There is never a shortage of love or laughter, and everyone can feel it.  We love these two!

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Photography:  ShootAnyAngle Wedding Photography

Venue:  Rengstorff House

Wedding Dress:  Janelle Yee

Catering:  Caterman Catering

Lighting:  Magical Lighting

Lichy & Ken’s Wedding in the Golden Hills of California

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Lichy and Ken chose the stunning venue of The Ranch at Little Hills in San Ramon, CA for their gorgeous June wedding.  The venue provided so many fun backdrops, including a beautiful forest for their ceremony!  It was the perfect fit for the couple who love the outdoors.  They love it so much that they even got engaged on a 30 mile backpacking trip!

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Their beautiful forest ceremony was straight out of a fairytale.  Bridesmaids shone in mint, and groomsmen were dapper in their navy suits.  Instead of an arch or statement piece at the front of the altar, the couple chose to let nature be their decoration – and we loved it!  They also put a piece of pallet art at the entrance to the ceremony space, which was the perfect minimalistic touch.

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When we learned that one of their favorite activities is rock climbing (and noticed there was a rock climbing wall at the venue), we mentioned posing with the wall to “stage” a climb.  We should have known these two would want to actually ROCK CLIMB IN THEIR WEDDING CLOTHES!  We were blown away when Lichy kicked off her shoes, and started climbing!  Needless to say, that was a first!

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Lichy and Ken made sure to make their guests feel at home with a great reception.  Guests danced under the stars and bistro lighting and enjoyed Gelati Creation popsicles.  The minimalist decor was perfect and well-suited to their laid back style and personalities.  The wood slices, succulents, baby’s breath, and tea lights looked great with the natural backdrop of the venue.  We loved everything about it!

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Photography:  ShootAnyAngle Wedding Photography

Venue:  The Ranch at Little Hills

Hotel:  Hyatt House San Ramon

DJ:  The Day Entertainment

Videography:  Reel-Motions

Cake:  The Olde Towne Danville Bakery

Flowers:  Repetto’s

Wedding Dress:  David’s Bridal

Makeup/Hair:  iMagic Beauty

Popsicles:  Gelati Creation

 

Jessica & Daniel’s Mad-Hatter Tea Party Wedding

ShootAnyAngle Wedding PhotographyIt was such a treat to photograph Jessica and Daniel’s Mad-Hatter tea party themed wedding in Napa Valley. Not only was the couple completely and madly in love, but their big day also had amazing and unique details that were simply gorgeous. The couple loves all things Disney, so their violinist played Disney songs during the ceremony including “I See the Light” from Tangled, “Beauty and the Beast,” and “Love is an Open Door” from Frozen. They also had some hidden Mickeys in their decorum, so we created some more through photography (in their ring shots and in shots of the desserts). The couple even planned their wedding to correspond with Dapper Day in Disneyland. Their Friday wedding allowed them enough time to drive down for the fun themed Disney day.

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The amazing wedding planner, Christina of Emelina, created these gorgeous tea cup floral centerpieces (with the help of Mack Floral Design) with books and antique knickknacks. They also created a giant keyhole through which the guests and bridal party would enter through to transport them to the magical world that they had created for the ceremony. The venue was a great backdrop, and the couple chose it because it reminded them of Alice in Wonderland the moment they laid eyes on it.

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Jessica and Daniel really broke the mold with their wedding, and we love that! Even the bride’s wedding dress was a unique step away from the traditional white gowns. It perfectly fit with the whole feel of the wedding. We’re a big believer in the fact that weddings should reflect the couple and be specific to them, and this couple did just that!

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Photography:  ShootAnyAngle Wedding Photography

Venue:  The Vintage Estate

Planner:  Emelina

Florist: Mack Floral Design

Dress:  BHLD

Hair:  Brenda Manalac, Reign Artistry

Desserts:  Sift Cupcake & Dessert Bar

Violinist:  Briana Di Mara