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Martin Johnson House Wedding Tent & Rain & Lots of Love

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Martin Johnson House Wedding Tent & Rain & Lots of Love

Jason & Janelle got marred at the Martin Johnson House in La Jolla and what was supposed to be a beautiful, outdoor wedding overlooking the Pacific Ocean, turn into a rain-soaked, tent covered outdoor chill-fest . . . but it was awesome! Seriously, it was awesome! While cold and facing challenging circumstances, Jason, Janelle and all of their guests experienced a wedding that likely no one will forget. Everyone truly had a good time celebrating! A few days before the wedding, tents were...

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Miller Family Christmas Greeting Card 2016

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Miller Family Christmas Greeting Card 2016

It’s become a Miller Family tradition around Thanksgiving to shoot, design and print our Christmas Cards, and we do it MillerFam style – a mix of fun and style.  This year didn’t disappoint and here is the original design, and supporting images from the shoot. I own and operate a small Design & Print Studio here in San Diego so it’s natural to do our own cards. Christmas Holiday Card...

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Falkner Wedding Lighting for Rebecca & Bill

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Falkner Wedding Lighting for Rebecca & Bill

Rebecca & Bill got married at Falkner Winery in Temecula and trusted us to transform the restaurante into a gorgeous wedding! We brought in 160ft of our new LED Curtain lights to surround almost 75% of the space. We also included string lighting for the ceremony area as it was near dark out when the ceremony took place. Rebecca was thrilled . . . Our vision for our wedding was all about lights. We wanted twinkle lights, outside and inside. We wanted this all to happen at a venue that had...

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Barona Resort Wedding for Amanda & Trevor

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Barona Resort Wedding for Amanda & Trevor

Amanda & Trevor got married at the Barona Resort and we were honored to help with the DJ/MC and Lighting. This one was extra special as I have known Amanda for a few years through my Running Club and she is an absolute sweetheart so Trevor is a lucky man! A few of my “running friends” were also in attendance which always makes for an extra special and fun celebration. (I’m usually more nervous when in front of people I know.) The ceremony was held at the Chapel (so we...

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Miller Family Christmas Greeting Card 2015

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Miller Family Christmas Greeting Card 2015

It’s become a Miller Family tradition around Thanksgiving to shoot, design and print our Christmas Cards, and we do it MillerFam style – a mix of fun and style.  This year didn’t disappoint and here is the original design, and supporting images from the shoot. I own and operate a small Design & Print Studio here in San Diego so it’s natural to do our own cards. Christmas Holiday Card...

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Cape Rey Hilton Carlsbad Wedding for Constance & Matt

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Cape Rey Hilton Carlsbad Wedding for Constance & Matt

Constance & Matt got married at the Cape Rey Hilton Carlsbad and we were honored to help with the DJ/MC and Lighting. The ceremony was held earlier in the day offsite, so guests arrived to the Cape Rey ready to go for cocktail hour which was held on the outer patio while the sun was setting. Guests were escorted into the ballroom which was beautifully arranged and lit up with our soft blush uplighting, blueish purple overhead wash lighting and pinspotting on both the cake table and the...

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Jessica & Dan’s Loews Coronado Resort Wedding

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Jessica & Dan’s Loews Coronado Resort Wedding

Jessica & Dan traveled from the East Coast to get married and held their elegant and fun at the Loews Coronado Resort. We were honored to have been asked to provide DJ/MC and Lighting Services. All but 3 guests traveled to San Diego to celebrate, and celebrate they did . . . (check out the pictures below) We supplied DJ/MC Music and Sound for the Wedding Ceremony held out on the beach, cocktail hour on the patio and dinner/reception on the outer terrace. The highlight of our supply was the...

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Henry & Vanessa’s Wedding Flipbook Photobooth

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Henry & Vanessa’s Wedding Flipbook Photobooth

Congrats to Henry & Vanessa on their wedding! We were honored to have been asked to upgrade our  photobooth to a Flipbook Photobooth – perfectly fitting with their “library” themed wedding, held at the new San Diego Public Library downtown. With the library’s modern, contemporary look & feel with alot of concrete & steel, we also used one of the concrete walls as the backdrop. Each “session” includes a 6 second video clip. The guests were treated...

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Henry & Vanessa’s Wedding Flipbook Photobooth – Videos

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Henry & Vanessa’s Wedding Flipbook Photobooth – Videos

Enjoy ALL of the flipbook photobooth videos from Henry & Vanessa’s Wedding Flipbook Photobooth. First, a compilation video: NOTE: This page will take a very long time to FULLY LOAD due to the quantity of videos. To download any of the GIF Movies, right click on the video and “Save As”. If you’d like to convert the GIF movie to a traditional format, we recommend using http://video.online-convert.com/convert-to-mp4 NOTE2: Unfortunately, you cannot share a movie on...

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Wedding Grand Exits: Pros & Cons

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Wedding Grand Exits: Pros & Cons

Will your wedding include a grand exit or big send-off by family and friends with flash bulbs, sparklers or fancy cars?  Read on to learn about different options for wedding grand exits, and then use the pros and cons to make your decision about how your wedding should end. What is a Wedding Grand Exit? A wedding grand exit can range from a simple coordinated farewell, or a full blown send off at the very end of the Reception.  It’s usually the  last line item in the Time Line. The main...

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