Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Padua Hills Theater Wedding Photographer/ Chantrelles Fine Catering/Teresa & Matt say " I Do"

It was so much fun to photograph this special couple. They are so much in love. Both of their families are from Spain, so It was really neat to meet all of their family members who traveled so far. Teresa is really fun and outgoing, and Matt has a shy streak, which is just adorable. They were just beaming with love. I am so thankful that I got to document their special day. Here are the details of the day!
Venue- The charming Chantrelles at Padua Theatre.
Flowers- The talented Carol's Secret Garden of Upland, Ca
Sean from Entertainment Express did a fabulous job wit the entertainment of the evening!.
And of course my amazing, talented second shooters- Mark and Bill
I appreciate them all so much. Thanks for making this day such a beautiful event for Matt and Teresa.
Padua Hills Theatre has so many beautiful locations for wedding photos. It is one of my favorite wedding venues to photograph weddings.

Some precious wedding details...

Padua is just gorgeous for photos. The lighting at Padua Hills Theatre is magical for wedding photos.

God Bless you both and I look forward to sharing in your lives.


Teresa said...

Michelle, these are more beautiful than I ever imagined!!! You, Bill, and Mark did an AMAZING job! I cannot wait to see the rest of them! Thank you so much!!!

Terri said...

Amazing-what gorgeous photos of such a gorgeous day. I cannot wait to see Teresa's album- how talented you are Michelle. The lighting is just perfect and all of the photos look beautiful. I am so glad you were able to capture this beautiful day for them with such amazing shots! I guess it makes it easy when the bride and groom are so attractive, though, eh? Such a great couple-love you guys!

Tersa said...

Hi Michelle,
I got the link to the photos this morning. They are AWESOME!!! I just LOVE the photos. It's so nice to see what went on because the night went by so fast that I don't remember everything about it! Hugs, Teresa