Remember that amazing couple that I photographed all over Palm Springs for their engagement? The ones we lit off smoke bombs with, wore animal masks and ran around the desert till sunset? Yeah, well they got hitched! (If you have no idea what I'm talking about, take a quick detour here first.)
I knew Laura & Brendan had a ton of style when they worked with me on planning their engagement shoot. Never could I have imagined what they had in store for their wedding though. They took one of my favorite venues in all of greater Palm Springs, The Historic Cree Estate, and drenched it with tropical florals, a choco taco ice cream cart, and all sorts of other beautiful details you'll have to see for yourself. Then they filled it with some of the funnest people I've ever met, and it was a party to say the least. If you are looking for some awesome vendors, make sure you poach off the list at the end of this gallery. The bride, Laura, definitely has a future in styling, wedding planning or whatever she wants to do with the amount of attention to detail she put in to this magical day.
Okay, okay, I'll stop blabbing and let you guys enjoy this beautiful Palm Springs wedding with your own two eyes. Enjoy!
The best of the best vendors:
Wedding Photographer: Tony Wodarck Photography
Second Shooter: @mike_parkyn
Coordinators - @the_weddinggirl & @johnnymontes
Videographer - @blackshuttermedia
Flowers - @thelavenderrose
Cake - @overtherainbowdesserts
Tables/Chairs - @planksandpatina
DJ - @djmattphipps
Catering - @sohotaco
Photo Booth - @classicphotobooths
Lighting & other rentals - @sigpartyrentals
THE LATEST GALLERIES
The Historic Cree Estate in Palm Springs, California has never looked so good.
A San Diego wedding photography mastermind workshop with the always beautiful power couple.
Lisa & Henry’s beautiful Huntington Beach Wedding at The Newland Barn
Ashley & Rob celebrate being engaged on the rolling grass hills in Orange County, California.
A Palm Springs engagement dripping with style.
Impromptu sunset shoot at the Dana Point Headland.