August 12, 2009

Pamela & Nathan's Wedding in Dana Point, CA

Congratulations to Pamela and Nathan!

I've been looking forward to their wedding ever since we did their engagement pictures on the mountains up in Chino Hills. They looked so good in pictures because they have a way of tuning out the world and getting lost into each others eyes.  That means I get to easily capture truly romantic and natural images of them together.

Right after the ceremony we went down to the Dana Point Harbor with their bridal party to take some pictures against the Pacific Ocean background. They must have had some party in the limo because by the time we got there (short drive) everyone was ready to rock and roll! The photo shoot was hilarious - imagine a large group of young people all dressed up, yelling, cheering, dancing, and climbing up on the jetty rocks! The pictures came out amazing.

We also had the great opportunity to do more pictures in nearby San Juan Capistrano. The Mission San Juan Capistrano is perfect for the romantic part of wedding photography.

The two of them first met while traveling in Chile, so naturally on their first dance Nate and Pam performed a traditional Chilean folk dance. They did fantastic!

Tags: Pam and Nate's Dana Point wedding, ceremony held at St. Edwards Catholic Church in Dana Point, Orange County Wedding Photographer Greg Bumatay, wedding reception held at Anaheim Marriott Suites in Garden Grove, wedding pictures at Mission San Juan Capistrano, SJC


The Lost Photographer said...

Great images Greg. I especially like the detailed shots you did of the venue.

Gladys Jem said...

Wow. Your photos are absolutely incredible. I read about how you helped Jasmine Star on her blog. So truly inspiring. Thank you for taking such beautiful photos and capturing some of life's greatest moments. Keep it up!

Stacy Cross said...

Stunning, as ALWAYS! I haven't stopped by in a while (pregnancy sucks all your extra blog-perusing energy from your brain!) but wanted to say you're the bomb.

V3 Weddings and Events said...

Seriously stunning photos! Sooooo gorgeous!