JC Page Photographers – Husband and Wife Wedding Photography Team based in Santa Rosa CA » Santa Rosa Wedding Photographers serving the Wine Country, Sonoma, Windsor, Healdsburg, Glen Ellen, Petaluma, Novato, Marin and the Greater Bay Area

When I initially met with Katie and Micah I immediately ‘clicked’ with this beautiful couple and was so excited for Jay and I to work with them.  Katie’s attention to detail is amazing, and with the help of Bertoli Bridal, her vision for a Gatsby themed wedding was brought to life perfectly.  Their wedding was a beautiful blend of intimate family affair meets classy, elegant, 20′s era night on the town.  Katie got ready at her parents home in Windsor, which lended itself to a calm, serene, memory-filled environment, where she was assisted by her Mother, Grandmother (Nannie),  sister and sister-in-law, and friends in her wedding party.  Katie slipped into a stunning Mori Lee gown with sash and was driven to John Ash Vintners Inn where the fall colors were in full effect and the weather could not have been any more perfect for this autumn féte.

Katie and Micah met eyes as she walked down the aisle to meet him under the beautifully decorated arbor complete with white sheer curtains, chandeliers, and ornate florals with feather and pearl accents designed Bertoli Bridal.  The Bride and Groom joined guests for cocktails and an array of lovely cheeses and fruits done beautifully by John Ash & Co., in the Courtyard.  Through the french doors and in to the Ball Room, guests were greeted with a video produced by the couple, walking them through how their relationship started and progressed to them joining hands that evening.  Not a detail was missed with gorgeous table centerpieces adorned with feathers, pearls, and cascading orchids and hydrangeas accompanied by candles, creating an intimate, yet lavish ambiance for guests to enjoy.  Guests danced the night away and Katie changed into a gorgeous Adriana Papell cocktail dress and headpiece by PrettyBabyBridal before slipping out and on to her honeymoon with Micah.

Congratulations you two!  We are so thrilled for you and privileged to have been a part of your magical day.  We wish you every blessing for the future and look forward to keeping in touch and getting together again soon.  xo

BRIDES GOWN & SASH:  MORI LEE BY MADELINE GARDENER  | BRIDES SHOES:  BADGLEY MISCHKA | BRIDES COCKTAIL DRESS:  ADRIANA PAPELL

BRIDES MAKE-UP ARTIST:  DANIELLE CALDWELL | GROOM’S ATTIRE:  CALVIN KLEIN |  CEREMONY AND RECEPTION VENUE:  VINTNERS INN WITH JOHN ASH & CO

OFFICIANT:  THE REVEREND JEFF JOHNSON | WEDDING PLANNER:  LEAH BERTOLI, BERTOLI BRIDAL |

CATERER:  JOHN ASH & CO | FLORIST:  BERTOLI BRIDAL | BAKERY:  CAKE BY DEBBIE CALDWELL | DJ:  AMS ENTERTAINMENT

 

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  • Elissa - This is such a gorgeous wedding. The first kiss shot is especially divine! I love that last frame too xxReplyCancel

  • Albert Palmer - Amazing work JC – my eyes can’t take any more beauty!ReplyCancel

  • Jessica Schilling - Such a beautiful and sweet wedding! I especially love that last black and white!ReplyCancel

  • Alyssa Schroeder - What a beautiful wedding. I love the backlit dress and the bride in the limo. So fun!ReplyCancel

  • Anton Chia - Lovely portraits and super classy wedding. Love it!ReplyCancel

  • Teresa K - What a lovely wedding!! So many gorgeous frames in this set…love!!ReplyCancel

  • Lyn Ismael-Bennett - I love that image of the groom removing the bride’s garter. Lots of interesting layers. Great capture!ReplyCancel

  • Isabelle - Ring shot – WOW! And love the ring :-)ReplyCancel

  • kong wai - Gorgeous weddingReplyCancel

A couple weeks ago I spent the afternoon with Robbie and Abby photographing their Engagement here in Santa Rosa’s beautiful Sugarloaf Ridge State Park.  These two are beautifully in love and so much fun to be around.  Here are a few of my favorite photographs from our time together – congratulations you two, we are really looking forward to your Private Estate Wedding this summer!

 

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