On April 11, Jen & Sean ‘jumped the broom’ at the wedding bowl in La Jolla. We couldn’t have asked for a more beautiful day for an outdoor ceremony at the beach – it was perfect. Jen wore a special necklace that was first worn on the wedding day of her great grandmother in April of 1908, almost exactly 100 years ago. Her grandmother and mother made wearing the necklace a wedding day tradition, which Jen honored with grace.
The reception followed at the Prospect Bar and Lounge, with a wonderful view of downtown La Jolla and the cove from their second floor patio. Luckily, Jen & Sean made photography a priority on their wedding day. They made time to walk down to the cove between dinner and the rest of the reception festivities, and they were rewarded with a picture postcard sunset on the water and some beautiful images to remember it by. If you’ve checked out my main site very recently, you’ll notice I’ve already updated the wedding section with some of my favorites from Jen & Sean’s wedding, but I could easily have posted twice as many. I owe a special thank you to Ed Taylor for shooting with me that day, as well as Holly Carlyle for her help. Here are just a few of my favorites:
A moment just after the ceremony:
You can check out the slideshow below to see the whole story: