We were all watching the weather forecast and thankfully, rain didn’t show up as a guest. It was great to have had both Taryn and Dan in the same hotel (Pantages Hotel & Spa) which allowed me to casually see each of them for the pre-ceremony shots. To say the least, everyone was calm, cool and excited for the ceremony.
Because it didn’t rain, this allowed for a “first look” on the balcony level. Taryn soaked in the moment as she slowly approached her handsome groom. As you will see, nothing but smiles and love at the moment Dan turned around to see his beautiful bride.
After some formal family pictures at the hotel, we all carried on to the ‘1871’ Berkeley Church for the ceremony and reception. Exquisitely adorned, the space was turned into an elegant and whimsical atmosphere to celebrate their union. Heartfelt speeches for both Taryn and Dan, only made their wedding day a memorable one.
Hope you enjoy highlights of this wonderful couple!
(And at the end of this post, please enjoy the video montage produced by talented videographer, Jonathan Butler.)
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