Today, I am super proud and honored to have my wedding photography featured on the website of Wine Country Weddings Magazine! Last June I was Gretchen and Tom’s wedding phototographer for their garden wedding at the private estate of their close friends Laura and Bob in Kenwood, Sonoma. It was a wonderful, romantic wedding on a warm summers night in the heart of the wine country. I’ll always remember the warmth of their family and friends and the wonderful atmosphere of love and care that surrounded the whole event. There is something ethereal and beautiful about garden weddings – often because the bride and groom usually have a personal connection with the venue. I’m a local wedding photographer, so i’m fortunate enough to photograph weddings in Sonoma several times a year. Spending time photographing gorgeous weddings in the heart of the wine country are occassions that Jackie I always look forward to.
Based in beautiful Napa Valley, Wine Country Weddings Magazine was founded by Autumn Millhouse, author of Romantic Napa Valley: An Insider’s Guide for Couples, who has also held titles that include Associate Editor, San Francisco Brides Magazine, Lifestyle Editor, Napa Valley Life Magazine and has been a contributor to various publications such as Exquisite Weddings Magazine, Tour & Tasting Magazine, and Destinations: I Do Magazine. The inspiration for the magazine was the endless inquires from couples who read her book, articles and blog, and were now engaged and wanted her advice on getting married in wine country. Thrilled to share her passion for wine country (she’s a third-generation Napa Native), and affection for love stories, romance and the idea of happily-ever-after, the magazine creation has turned into a true love affair. Combined with a team of talented, and hopelessly romantic contributors, Wine Country Weddings Magazine hopes to win the hearts of wine country brides (and anyone who wants to fall in love in wine country).
Click on any of the images to view the feature in Wine Country Weddings Magazine!