December 15, 2008

Ashley & Scott's Wedding in Dana Point

There was a special place in Ashley's heart for the St. Regis Resort in Monarch Bay. It's where Scott surprised her by proposing to marry him. It's the same spot where Ashley would prepare for her special day. It's where they'll meet for the first time on their wedding. It's also one of my favorite places to shoot because of it's grandeur and gorgeous architecture.

The plan was to photograph their "first meeting" at the St. Regis but Ashley didn't know exactly how it was going to happen.

She thought we were still shooting her solo pictures when Scott snuck up on her from behind! She had the biggest shocked/smile on her face!





Their wedding ceremony and reception was held at the scenic Chart House Restaurant overlooking Dana Point Harbor where we were blessed with fair weather and clear blue skies.





Second Shooter: My friend David Baxter came all the way from SD - thanks bro, you're always awesome to shoot with!
Tags: Scott and Ashley's wedding pictures in Dana Point, St. Regis Monarch Bay Wedding Photos, Orange County wedding photography, Chart House in Dana Point, Dana Point Harbor

6 comments:

Chung Nguyen said...

Ashley is such a beautiful bride! Great photos as always.

Lindísima Photography, Linda Broström Cabrera Bröllopsfotograf said...

I couldn't agree more with Chung, this is a great collection! I don't remember how I found your blog but it truly is one of my favourites and you are a very talented photographer and source of inspiration!
/Linda

Rob Alberti said...

That set of stairs are just amazing. Where is that?

Ruby said...

You and Baxter in on the same wedding?

That bride/groom don't know how lucky they are!!!

Stunning photography....and those last 2?... are unreal!

Jennifer Fawbush said...

that first portrait of the bride is stunning!

lyndsey said...

Looking though your work I don’t think I have seen not one I don’t love. You seem so passionate and make every shot unique. I am from England and I am only 16. Right now I am doing photography for a GSCE. I would like to say thank you for giving me my inspiration back. If I grow up to be as half as good as you I would be truly happy.