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Friday, January 29, 2016

Alexandra & Chris

I met Alexandra and Chris last summer and I first got the pleasure of shooting their engagement session at The Mother's Beach in Marina Del Rey.

Alexandra & Chris at The Mother's Beach for their engagement session in Summer 2015
Alexandra & Chris had the afternoon to themselves and I was there to document it

They got ready at the Omni Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles.
The Dress, The Shoes, The Accessories
When taking the detail photos of the wedding rings, we make sure we provide our clients with a variety of shots.
We make sure the client has a variety of detail shots
The bride is ready for the ceremony

The ceremony took place in a wonderfully unique rotunda of Los Angeles Public Library's Central Branch.

Los Angeles Public Library's Central Branch and the gorgeous rotunda

The Excitement, moments before the father gives her daughter away...
Moments before he gave her away, the father of the bride is walking her in the aisle

The rotunda of LAPL's Central Branch is a unique and gorgeous venue for a wedding ceremony

The couple's choice of reception venue was as unique and as beautiful as the ceremony location.  The Edison is a wonderful venue built and designed in the old power plant in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles.

Dimly lit, this authentic night club creates a wonderful settings for a night of partying

Every corner of this venue is great to photograph
Some of the unique lighting fixtures you can find throughout this LA nightlife staple

So many details, so little time

A wonderful night club
The night is young

The Grand Entrance of the newlywed couple through the main floor of The Edison
The Grand Entrance

The couple is all ears during the welcome speech of the bride's father

The cake is cut
A fun and fantastic swing quartet took stage at times and mesmerized the guests with their Parisian approach following in the footsteps of Django Reinhardt.
In the footsteps of Django

When I was done for the night, the couple and their guests were just warming up
to continue the celebration until the wee hours of the morning!

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