Year: 2014

Wedding at Creekside of Los Gatos

  Dana Rodriguez and Kristopher Chelini were married at Creekside of Los Gatos in September 2013.  The wedding was attended by their family and friends.  Photography: Tony Fitzgerald Photography |  Ceremony and Reception Venue: Creekside of Los Gatos | Rehearsal Dinner: Testarossa Winery| After Party: The Cats Restaurant and Tavern  |  Florist: The Wild Geranium | Cake: A Piece of Cake  | Caterer: Panetta’s Elite Events  |  Dress: Allure Couture  |   Shoes: Jimmy Choo

Published in The Wedding Connection

The wedding we photographed at the beautiful wedding venue Creekside of Los Gatos was just published in the online wedding magazine “The Wedding Connection“.  They featured it as “A LOVE BIGGER THAN CALIFORNIA REDWOODS”.  The magazine is popular in Texas, but they loved the pictures and wanted to feature them in a story – and we are happy they did!

Engagement photos | Point Lobos | Brent and Laura

Brent surprised Laura with an engagement ring while on a camping trip, so we thought a photo shoot while hiking would be the perfect thing.  The photos for Laura and Brent were taken at Point Lobos, in Monterey, California.  Such a lovely couple, it was our pleasure. We are certified green, ecofriendly photographers, so the natural setting was perfect for us as well.    

Engagement Photos at Seacliff Beach in Capitola California

Published in The Wedding Connection

The engagement photos we took at Seacliff Beach near Santa Cruz were just published in the online wedding magazine “The Wedding Connection“.  They were featured as “ENGAGEMENT BY THE OCEAN”.  The editors loved the save the date signs and two little dogs that were included!

Published in Gig Masters

The wedding we photographed at the Creekside of Los Gatos was just published in the online wedding magazine “Gig Masters“.  They featured it as “Real Wedding Charm – A Military Wedding” – A beautiful bride and a groom in uniform, this couple took a traditional wedding and made it pop with rustic detailing and a touch of class that really allowed the night to have the best of both themes.