I would not be upset if I became the official Green Acre Campus Pointe wedding photographer. The different colors, textures and lighting situations for this venue makes my heart happy. I also really loved working along side of Emma Lynn Cinema, a videographer based in San Diego. I appreciate a videographer who can work really well as a team so we can come together and document the happy couples’ day.
When you walk into the venue the real show stopper was the chalk art done by Orange and Melrose. And as you walked through and discovered their reception and ceremony spots, all the boho vibes came to life with the talents of the Native Poppy who did their florals.
Gina and Jonathan are the most genuine people you will ever meet. I feel so special that I got to witness and document their wedding day among their family and friends. You can tell how much they adore each other, and when you’re with them, you feel like family.
For dessert, their cute little blue funfetti cake came from Susie Cakes Bakery.
I don’t typically stay for full receptions, but I’m actually thrilled that we got to stay because the dance floor CAME TO LIFE thanks to The Mighty Untouchables, the best wedding band I have ever had the chance to dance with. I’ve never danced so much from behind the camera!