Good evening everyone! If you’re like me, you’re recovering from an awesome Halloween weekend and if you’re reading my blog right now, then you may be thinking… Hey – before I check out My-Lien & Rafael’s Rancho Palos Verdes wedding, I’d really like to get to know this Orange County Wedding Photographer in Huntington Beach, California. Feel free to Contact Me on the Website or send me an email direct at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also stay in touch with me in “real time” on Twitter, Facebook and my Facebook Fan Page too.
My-Lien & Rafael’s wedding ceremony and reception was held at Point Vicente Interpretive Center in Rancho Palos Verdes during sunset facing the ocean where you could see the birds flying by, the sun falling on the horizon line and an old light house just off to the side. The location is magical during sunsets giving you a feeling of tranquility and serenity.
My-Lien & Rafael chose to see each other before the ceremony which was awesome as it gave us an opportunity to do a lot of the family & bridal party portraits before the wedding – then leaving us a ton of time after the ceremony to capture some of my Signature Artistic & Romantic portraits. We even did a really fun portrait during the sunset with Rafael jumping too.
Their reception was spearheaded by Jean of Entertaining Friends and Candy of Point Vicente Interpretive Center where they rolled out the red carpet treatment with white glove impeccability for everyone. Rafael’s family even had a hand in the reception as they brought delicious deserts from Europe for everyone to enjoy.
DJ Frank from SP Entertainment kept everyone movin and groovin on the dance floor throughout the night while I captured candids during the reception.
So without further ado, here is My-Lien & Rafael’s Rancho Palos Verdes Wedding in a little slide show that I put together and is also available on Pictage. Have a super weekend and check back soon as I’ll be sharing a couple more weddings and events with you as I get caught up on my blog from being sick – cheers!