Oakview Terrace Wedding: Rick + Stephanie

Rick and Stephanie knew they wanted an intimate wedding with immediate family only so they chose a secluded location with a covered outdoor chapel. They chose to have a First Look, a quiet moment to see each other before the ceremony, which allowed them to have some time to themselves and to have a few photos taken. 

Their ceremony was short and sweet, which allowed for ample time to have their bride + groom and family portraits taken. It's so important to talk to your photographer before the schedule is set in order to make sure you've set aside enough time take your creative photos, especially if you have a wedding party, because they often require time to gather everyone and to craft the shot. 

Rick and Stephanie, thank you for trusting me to capture your special wedding ceremony. Your easygoing nature was a dream to work with and I'm so grateful. Congratulations :) 

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I love this moment so much.

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Rick, you're just a natural. 

The First Look

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Food: Rosé Granita

Easy granita recipe:

  1. Pour a thin layer of liquid, juice or wine (1 cm or so), into a wide flat freezer-ready container and freeze for 3-4 hours in total.
  2. Every 45 min to an hour, scrape it with a fork so it looks like big grains of ice (or maybe more like small hail?).
  3. Once it's all frozen, scoop into a glass to serve.
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