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Planning the wedding for Myra and Ryan was a bit of a challenge initially. Not for us, for them!
The reception venue location changed 42 times, as did the ceremony location, as did the wedding date!
But once they settled on all three and we were all on board, it was wedded+wedding bliss!
You can tell that these two are *into eachother*. Duh! Could a gal smile more at her love?

Speaking of love, we love these two. They were referred by our all time biggest referring past clients {cheryl+mike} who we also love.
LOVE…a common theme at this wedding!

Gotta say, on a personal note, I love the Music Center – The Ahmanson Theatre, The Mark Taper Forum and The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion.
I have spent my entire life enjoying music, dance and theater here, so being able to work on the same “stage” as the biggest talent in the world, rocks my world!

Venue: Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
Wedding Planner: Ann Cho Lim
Catering: Patina Group
Videographer: Buckley Videography
Flowers: Larchmont Florist
Ceremony Music: City Connection
Reception Band: Flock of 80’s
PhotoBooth: DG Events

  • Myra - Thank you for capturing our very special day! Every picture brings a big smile to my face because Adi was able to capture expressions and moments that really express how happy Ryan and I were throughout the entire day. We love you Cat and Adi!! You guys are the best!!!

It was a perfect day at the always amazing Huntington Hyatt Hotel in sunny Huntington Beach, CA, for Carey and Matt’s wedding. I can still taste that fresh sea air.
Such a fabulous group of friends and family, always laughing and smiling, making my job pretty darn easy. Check out the size of the gorgeously largalicious bridal party!
The exquisite view of the Pacific Ocean from the ceremony deck is dreamlike and enough to bring you to tears (as if the words spoken at their ceremony didn’t already!)
One of my favorite wedding planners was there to bring everything together. Love ya, Ms Kathy Nosek!!

Rossmoor Pastries
Beautician, La dolce vita, Dooa Mansour
Band, The Trip
Bliss Floral Designs, Fountain Valley
Lighting, Swank Audio Visuals
Wildflower Linen
Paper Source Invitations
Wedding/Event Planner, a Divine-Occasion

Love me some sparkly Jimmy Choos!

  • Kathy Nosek - Great photos Cat! Thank you for sharing!

  • Patricia Loyd - Now that was fun!!! So beautiful and brings back such great memories… oxox Patricia Loyd

  • Tracy Thornton - Those had to be the most wonderfully beautiful and unique wedding photos I’ve EVER seen!! And Carey has to be the most beautiful bride, I’ve seen as well. Both bride and groom make a beautiful couple! Mary and George you did a beautiful wedding, not to mention you both looked stunning! I’m sick that I wasn’t there! Thank you for sharing!

I know that I don’t even need to say it, but Elisa and David had a really great time at their wedding at the Pacific Palms Resort.
I can’t say I had a hard time choosing photos for this blog entry…so many great moments thanks to Adi’s photo wizard abilities.
And, don’t be jealous of the fact that they jetted off for a month long trip in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan after a honeymoon jaunt to Puerto Rico and a 10-day cruise around the Caribbean!

Some of our very favorite vendors helped them with their day.
The Flower Lab, Tweeny Kau
Makeup and Hair, Kelly Zhang
Pure Elegance
Pacific Photobooth
DJ Pjay
Tiny Wren Press

On Friday, I received an email from my old college neighbor and good friend, the amazing film/tv film composer, Chris Lennertz. He asked me if I had a few hours to go over to Warner Brothers the next day, and document the recording of the charity project that he had put together. Being that it was one of my few weekends off from weddings, I jumped at the chance.

25 film composers.
90 piece orchestra.
A 60 person choir.
A full sound engineering crew.
A documentary crew…

…and me right in the middle of it.

The result: An unbelievably beautiful, five movement symphony to benefit Haiti.

It was a thrill and an honor to be a part of such an amazing charity project.

For more information please go to A Symphony of Hope: The Haiti Project.


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