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Even though we completely connected during our phone conversation, I was a little nervous, (since I hadn’t met them in person yet) but super excited to photograph Tina and Bill.
They’d booked me online after some emails back and forth and a phone call. We arranged to do a couple of outfit changes and locations. It was great to see them interact as a couple. Silly, romantic, athletic. We had a beautiful afternoon. I really enjoyed getting to know them and can’t wait to see them again this summer when they get married at the Montecito Country Club.
When my daughter Dana was a little girl she loved to play dress up. She’d sing and twirl for hours. She was just a little peanut when the Little Mermaid came out on video, yet she memorized every line of every character, every song. It was cute and entertaining to watch her. Could her father and I ever have dreamed back then that we’d be headed to NYC next week to see her in her first Broadway show?
She has a passion. She has talent. She is determined.
The odds were against her. She didn’t give up.
She has always known what she wanted and she was relentless in her quest.
And now, her dream has come true.
Dana Costello, Daddy and I are so thrilled and proud of you. Your determination and spirit are an inspiration to us. We can’t wait to see you next week in Jekyll & Hyde Musical.
We love you.
Break a leg.
“She’s the end of the rainbow, my pot of gold, she’s Daddy’s little girl to have and to hold…”
This blog post started out to be about another gorgeous wedding I photographed at the Montecito Country club that was picked up by a wedding blog this week. Whenever a wedding blog publishes one of my weddings, I like to blog about it too. Kiley and Cody’s wedding has so many gorgeous, vivid details, I couldn’t wait to post about it. However…, as I was enjoying reliving their wedding and pulling beautiful photos of them and their fabulous event, I was distracted by the images of Kiley and her Dad dancing. One might not consider this “artsy”, or creative, but it sure does make me feel something. Moves me to tears actually. These are the moments that I assure you will be worth every penny you paid for your wedding photography. Your photographs will gain value as time goes on. If not already, someday, they will be priceless.
This was only a few minutes from the whole day. To see more, including the beautiful design by Kaitlin of LaFete Weddings. Incredible florals by Laura Sangas of Cody Floral Design and more, click on StyleUnveiled.