I thought this was funny. I was going through some old photographs and found this picture of me (the vampire) and my brother. I’m probably about 11 years old. I Love that my cape was made of black bags so that it was rain proof. It seemed like we usually got rain on Halloween. The other part was just the surrounding. What a product of the late 70′s early 80′s. Wood panel walls, cassette and records in the corner. Look at that t.v. that was big for back then. A definate blast from the past. SCarrry!
Elizabeth and Will exchanged vows at the beautiful St. Joseph Cathedral in downtown San Jose. As always this church never amazes me with its beauty and it creates such a wonderful background for a ceremony. I didn’t have the oppurtunity to meet in person with the couple before the wedding, but it worked out great because there seemed to be an instant connection. I felt like I had known Beth for years. What a warm and wonderful couple. The reception was held at the equally beautiful and historic St. Claire in downtown. Those who attended had a wonderful time. One of my favorite shots from this wedding is of one of the groomsmen. He was loving the band if you can’t tell.
I just love this photo of her kissing her mom before she headed to say her vows.
I love how thoughtful her favor was.
Flamingo is leading his flock. The girls in their pink was right up his alley. He was loving them and they were loving him back.
To see more of their wedding images click here.
Here’s a list of her vendors:
Hilary Mercantile at the St. Claire
Joe Sharino Band at 408-275-6325
St. Joseph Cathedral contact name E’nei Albergotti
Its tradition to go to the pumpkin patch. We’ve been going for about 7 years now and we usually head over to Half Moon Bay. With kids in school we tried for a new place down in Morgan Hill called Uegie Farms. It was a great patch and the kids had a blast. Since it was new and different they had a lot of exploring to do. I just love the colors and the mood of fall a pumpkin patch.
Look at this mountain of pumpkins. My kids so wanted to climb it.