Sunday, July 08, 2007

A Family Affair


Paola and Jorge easily made for a head turning couple. To those who knew them best however, their beauty was much more than skin deep. Glowing with joy, love and anticipation, the couple's radiance stood as testament to the fact that they were undeniably meant for each other. The wedding did more than meld lives, faith and culture. It brought together two beautiful souls and made it into one. The day was made even more special by the presence of those most dear to them. After the ceremony, the air continued to be filled with mirth and love while the dance floor was filled with music and Salsa!

The charming
Brookside Equestrian was the backdrop for most of these fun portraits. Festivities followed at the Friendly Hills Country Club that cousin Dana also decked out with her floral art.
Thanks to my dear friend & amazing photojournalist, Minouche Jauffret, for coming out to shoot with me.

Here's a little slideshow from the day....


4 comments:

Jerry C. said...

It's always a thrill to check your blog, cause you always come up with great photographs!!! And the slide show simply tells a good story as the wedding unfolds. Very tastefully done!

Paola & Jorge Ramirez said...

Oh Wow!!! To be able to come home to this beautiful slideshow and well written blog from our honeymoon is the sweet icing on our cake. This day was a whirlwind of emotions and tons of fun that rushed by too quickly. Having you as our photographer and friend to capture these moments so that we can relive them and you being ble to create so much more than just photos, but extraordinary memories for years to come means a great deal to us. All the thanks in the world to you and your partner for your awesome and professional work. Perfect song to go along with it too!

Suzette said...

Wow, that was a nice wedding. I wonder what the bride's gown is? Who did the wedding gown?

Paola Lontok Ramirez said...

Thank you for the lovely comment. The gown is by Amy Michelson. You may also see her work in many bridal mags and the People's magazine a few weeks ago with Laila Ali's wedding gown. And added bonus, it was very comfy!