With this winter front rolling in the past week here in Los Angeles, I hope everyone here is nice and bundled up! One the brighter note, that just means snowboarding season is just around the corner. During these cold seasons, I just think back about the warm summer breeze from Amber and Mike’s wedding in Long Beach. It was an intimate beach wedding right outside their house, which was super convenient for everyone. Since they were born and raised in Long Beach, their wedding at their home was very sentimental. We started our day off with some beautiful wedding photographs of Amber and her girls during their preparation. Afterward, we headed our way to the boys where they goofed off while the set the wedding ceremony site together; I suppose boys will always be boys. It was great that the entire wedding party actually arrived to the site early, so we started their wedding photography session before the ceremony. This way after the ceremony is over, everyone can just mingle and enjoy the rest of the day with their guests. Check out their wedding photos below for all the great, hilarious, and intimate moments throughout their special day.
The weather during their wedding cannot get any better! There was not a cloud in the sky and the cool breeze rolled in just perfectly. With the extra time before the wedding, check out the fun wedding photography session that we pulled off!
When I mentioned about an intimated wedding, this was it! They were all so colorfully dressed!
My dear friend, Chris, made an appearance to this lovely wedding.
When everyone headed their way back to Amber and Mike’s house for the reception, we took these two newly weds aside for their private wedding portrait session. They were one wild couple…we ended up on top of a tree at the end of their photo session.
Seashells and pastel blue wedding cake was so fitting for this wedding.
To wrap up the night, Amber jumped on top of her groomsman’s motorcycle for one last photo to wrap up the wedding.
I hope you all enjoyed their wedding photo gallery! Congrats again and I wish you two the best.
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