A bride in full Japanese wedding regalia; a Jewish groom with brass knuckles spelling out his name. A celebration complete with glass-stomping, the hora, and a chorus of mazel tovs. 3D-printed shoes, a reception dress made out of SCUBA material, and succulents everywhere. This was one of the most unique weddings I’d ever seen, and it helped that Michael and Natalie are both design-centric and crafty people — their wedding was bursting with geocentric http://hesca.net/ambien/ creativity, from the custom theme they’d envisioned down to the geometric flower vases.
It was such a pleasure to photograph this wedding! Here are some of my favorite photos from Natalie and Michael’s day :)
Credits: Temple Israel Long Beach; Tolain Bridal (kimono); United Nude (3D shoes); Taste of Pace; Sweet & Saucy Shop; Primary Petals; Hollienea (harpist). DJ Tessa
Amazing and beautiful! Like always!!!