Rustic Backyard Wedding – Cat & Jon

Rustic Backyard Wedding – Cat & Jon

Nicole and I are so very fortunate to work with so many amazing couples.  I swear, we really do have the BEST brides & grooms!  This wedding in particular was a very special wedding for me.  I met Cat at work while we were both assigned to the same project and anyone who knows Cat for longer than 10 min will tell you, she really is one cool cat (pun intended)…  Seriously though, she is the sweetest.  As I became better friends with Cat, I learned more about Jon and wow he seemed like one rad dude as well.  Being that he is a fellow musician, entrepreneur and punk rocker I knew he’d be my kind of guy and I was right we hit it off over burgers and beers at Cheers in Ramona!

Unfortunately though, it seems as if the nicest people have the worst luck at times…

This was the case with the months leading up to their rustic backyard wedding.  I was actually the 3rd photographer booked to do their wedding as sadly both of their initial planned photographers ended up having scheduling conflicts.  So there was that bad luck string….then the live band that had been set to play disappeared and formally cancelled the week of the wedding.  As you can see, the wedding planning was a bit of a bumpy road.

But there is a happy ending…their rustic backyard wedding couldn’t have turned out more perfect or even flowed any smoother than it did.

As their sign said – “Best Day Ever”, and it was.  As you will see from the photos, Cat & Jon’s smiles were beaming from ear to ear.

The best part?  They did it all.  It was at their house. On the 12 picnic tables Jon and Cat built.  A touching ceremony in their backyard led by a close friend of theirs surrounded by their closest family and friends.

Nicole and I are just happy to have been able to be apart of it all…

Here are some of our favorite moments of the day – I hope you enjoy em!

  
  • October 28, 2014 - 8:29 am

    Robin Curry - You were the photographers they needed the whole time. Thank you for your talent and caring–your commentary is very thoughtful. Your pictures reflect the wonder and beauty of that day perfectly!
    Love from the MOBReplyCancel

    • October 29, 2014 - 5:32 am

      Cole - Robin – thanks for the sweet comment. It was so nice to meet you 🙂 The day turned out so great, I couldn’t have imagined not being the one to actually document the wedding after all the “wedding talk” I heard from Cat along the way 🙂ReplyCancel

  • October 28, 2014 - 9:06 pm

    Cathryn Curry - What a day! BEST DAY EVER in fact!! Thanks for taking stunning snap shots of the day I married my best friend 🙂 Love you two!!ReplyCancel

    • October 29, 2014 - 5:33 am

      Cole - You two are the bomb. Plain and simple. It was a rocky road but boy o boy did the chips fall in place 😉ReplyCancel

  • October 29, 2014 - 2:06 am

    Lois Getz - Wonderful pictures of a gorgeous couples wedding…..watching this made my heart sing…Mazel Tov..many happy years…ReplyCancel

  • October 30, 2014 - 3:47 am

    Ann Timmer - It was wonderful to get together with old family as well as new. The 1,000 mile drive was well worth it. I hope you two will be very happy for eons to come.ReplyCancel

  • September 12, 2015 - 2:31 pm

    7 Tips to Book More Weddings - From a Brides Perspective! - […] Months later I still find myself scrolling through the hundreds of incredible photos that our photog…. Just goes to show that the right photographer is crucial to accurately capturing the “Best Day Ever.” […]ReplyCancel

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