He stood alone in the vineyard, away from the prying eyes of family and guests. His back turned, as to not spoil the surprise. She approached him and touched his shoulder. He was awestruck the moment he turned around, seeing his bride for the first time. Lost within her, it took a moment for him to come back to reality, realizing the vision in front of him was his reality. They embraced, smiled, and shared a kiss.
This was Tony and Charlett seeing each other for the first time on their wedding day at Grace Vineyards. The emotion felt in this moment lasted throughout the entire day. It was very apparent how deeply these two feel. Not just about each other, but for their family and friends. I’ve realized there is something very special when I’m able to capture true emotion.
In addition to the genuine emotion, all the details and the location were simply amazing! We had a vineyard, homemade jam, a surprise groom’s cake, sparklers, a 1948 Pontiac (also a surprise from Charlett to Tony), and a balloon release. What you see here is just a small sampling, as I had a very hard time narrowing down which photos to post. (I may end up doing a second post…)
I’ve know Tony for many years and it was truly an honor capturing his and Charlett’s wedding day. Congratulations Tony & Charlett!
To view their engagement session click here: Tony & Charlett’s Los Angeles Engagement Session