Mitch & Julia Wedding Day | San Diego LDS Temple | San Diego Wedding Photographer


Mitch and Julia’s Wedding Day was just as magical and breathtaking and it looks. It had been raining all week, but these two bright, beautiful people chased the clouds away and it was a gorgeous day at the San Diego LDS Temple. This was a huge blessing because even though Julia is from the San Diego area, Mitch is originally from Idaho, so there were lots of family and friends who made the journey to California to celebrate these two love birds. While Mitch and Julia met on their LDS missions in Russia, I knew that they weren’t the only ones each other had a special impact on because they both had TONS of mission companions come out to support them, even in a different state! And the journey was definitely worth it. The joy of the day radiated on everyone’s faces, and I was so lucky to capture this special day and the precious, intimate moments shared with their loved ones. I always want to make sure that when my couples get their photos back, they can relive those special memories all over again, just as they lived them.

After a sunny San Diego temple sealing, the party made it’s way to a neighbor’s home in Escondido, CA for a romantic wedding reception under the stars. As the sun set, the real fun began. The whole wedding party joined in on the funnest dance party I have ever seen. Mitch and Julia can be effortlessly romantic, and then incredibly energetic! I knew exactly where they got that from, because even their parents were out joining in the fun. It was such a blast, and I loved seeing everyone get into the celebration. It was unlike any other wedding party I had seen before. So, if you want to have a blast on your wedding day and need someone to capture all that fun, I’m your girl. 🙂

xo, kristi

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