Love does not obey the rules of times or abide within it's constraints. Sometimes it swoops in like a mighty wind, and sometimes it lingers like a gentle breeze. Pamela and David tied the knot on the 20 year anniversary of their first date, sealing many years of love and commitment with a ring and a kiss. Not only did I have the joy of photographing this vintage-inspired day, but what a privilege to document a family wedding. I was so excited to join my aunt and uncle in California for their celebration, a day full of all my favorite ingredients: love (most importantly), family, and style- a room full of 1920's inspired decor straight out of a Boardwalk Empire episode. I was in heaven! I can only hope my camera does this wedding justice, capturing the wonderful moments shared with my aunt and uncle as they became man and wife.
Pam rocked the finger curls.
My cousin's daughter Evie was the cutest flower girl ever!
The girls got ready at the adorable Tressart salon.
Even grandma wore a fantastic headband.
The hairdresser Anita gave Uncle David and Dad the full pomade treatment.
The rain didn't stop us from grabbing a few photos under the Fox Theater marque.
My dad walked his sister down the aisle.
Grandma and the girls.
Me and my dad.
Pamela was the ultimate DIY bride (with help from her mom and daughter), creating all of the 1920's era details by hand.
Ring shot on the Victrola.
The speeches brought great reactions as the microphone was passed around the room.
My grandmother cranked the antique Victrola for the first dance (given to my great-grandmother as a wedding present), how cool is that?
Dance instructors from Fresno Swing Dance taught everyone how to do the charleston.
Evie gave some dance lessons of her own...
The guests had a great time posing for photos.
Congrats Pam and David- love you!