Archive for September 2010

Bring it ON!

Simply put, I adore the Fabiano Family!  I went to Jr High and High School with Ann so we’ve known each other for a lifetime.  We actually weren’t close friends throughout school as we ran in two completely different circles.  She was the popular prom queen (no exaggeration, she really DID win prom queen!) and […]

Just another day at “the office”

I love this beach so much that it’s been officially nicknamed “the office”  It’s my slam-dunk beach location that I know and love.  There are times I am down here twice a week!  The funny thing is I still love to go hang out down there on a day off too.  It’s truly one of […]

A little Staycation

Been off the grid since Friday… it happens. I did one of the most fun engagement sessions in years this past Friday evening.  I just fell in love with the couple!  They were so cool and fun to hang out with and best part, you could literally see why they were such a great match […]

Sara and Steve Tinnelly- Laguna Cliffs Marriott

What a romantic, fairytale day… I think all of Sara’s wedding dreams came true.  It was so cool to see!  She had a distinct vision of her day, the look, the design, the style.  I’ve seen pink tones done many times before, but something about their day made it so unique.  Might have been the […]

The Cove

Last night I got home from a stellar wedding at Hyatt Huntington Beach (congrats Jessica & Doug!) and as usual I was wound up hours after settling in.  Happens to me all the time after big, busy wedding days where I’m running on adrenaline and need to go from 6th gear back down to 2nd. […]

Audrina Patridge, oops, I mean Nikki Severson…

Nikki is was a bridesmaid and 1/2 sister of my darling bride last September, Sam Benitez.  The second I saw Nikki amongst the line up of cute girls in their red bridesmaid dresses I blurted out “oh my gosh, it’s baby Audrina!’  She gets this comparison a lot.  If you watched MTV’s The Hills, or […]

Mattias is the “terrific” two’s

Mattias was one tough customer! I’ve known his Mom, Ellen, since 6th grade.  We’d lost touch in high school when I went into my rebellious stage and she was still a scholarly student… in hindsight we never really realized how and why we drifted apart except probably none of the same classes (I was the […]