I have so many amazing weddings to tell you about. SO MANY. I love all my clients. All the weddings. All the dance parties. This dance party, however, was EXTRA epic and this wedding was extra wonderful. Things that you should know about this awesome couple: they both came from a film background so we clearly were meant to be friends. They met in a bar called Happy Endings. Seriously. Andy can BREAK DANCE. Photo evidence below.
I originally flew down to Los Angeles for Sarah and Andy’s ridiculously adorable Culver City engagement session that had all my favorite things: breakfast, day drinking and exploring. After having such an amazing time with them, I knew their wedding was going to be incredible and I looked forward to it all summer. Now, I keep reliving their Squaw Valley Stables wedding in their photos, wishing we could re-do it all over again.
Andy had originally proposed to Sarah in Tahoe and so it was only fitting that they wed there. Squaw Valley Stables wasn’t actually their original venue; they had picked out another one that was cancelled mere months before the wedding. It was a blessing in disguise because the stables were the absolute perfect location for these two hiking and mountain loving adventurers from Southern CA. During their vows, Sarah pledged to continue dragging Andy up any mountain he would follow her up and he pledged to continue following her up any mountain she wished. The night was topped off with a wedding party entrance featuring choreographed dance moves and then an even more epic five song choreographed father-daughter dance. Toss in some break dancing and Journey sing alongs and really, what more could you ever wish for? Clearly, nothing.
Venue: Squaw Valley Stables | Coordinator: Blue Sky Events | Florist: Indian Hill Ranch | Bakery: Boa Vista Orchards | Caterer: Mountain Magic | Band: Natural Drift | DJ: Mr. DJ Event Services | Dress: Nicole Miller | Suit: High Society by Richard Lim | Make-Up: Alaine Pakerson | Rentals: Eventmasters | Big thanks to my 2nd Shooter: Annie Robillard