Oak Glen Engagement: Pedro loves Ashley

The pretty girl with the beautiful smile in class had caught his eye. If Pedro was waiting for the right time to talk her, it came early. Their Humanities professor put them in the same group. After class, Pedro approached her to ask her out. Before he could say anything, Ashley stuttered, “Do you want to borrow my book?” In the end, Ashley agreed to go out with him, but strangely, they never exchanged numbers. As luck would have it, the day that they planned on going out after class, Ashley was late. To make matters worse, class was cancelled. Pedro waited. Left. Ashley showed up, not to find him. If this is the usual scene for every other romantic story where two star crossed lovers can not meet, what happened at the next class was far from it. Ashley came to class and said hello to Pedro as if nothing had happened. Pedro passed her a note that said, “Why did you ditch me as*#%le?” Ashley read the note and gasped in shock and said, “I’m not an as*#%le.” They stared, smiled at each other and laughed. They would always make each other smile and laugh. They left class that day together and together they would remain.

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Motorcycle Engagement: José loves Alejandra

They knew of each other, but their paths had not crossed. So José slipped into her DM on Instagram. Alejandra didn’t trust him enough to meet him at her house, so their first meeting would be in parking lot. It didn’t take long for them to be on their way to Moon Shadows in Malibu for dinner. And if Alejandra had been hesitant of accepting a first date, she wasn’t about giving him the first kiss. José loved her because she was gorgeous and loyal. But she was also the girl who he could laugh and joke with. Alejandra loved his character. He was sweet and she loved his attention to detail. José knew no other girl would hold his heart or sit on his motorcycle. In the same restaurant as their first date, Jose proposed to the woman he loved. Alejandra said, “Yes,” to forever.

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Luxe City Hotel Wedding: Marcus and Patricia

They had refused to call it a wedding. This was just two families coming together and having a party. At least that is what Patricia kept saying. Yet, their enthusiasm for their day was evident when with their fashionable wedding clothes. Patricia looked Hollywood Glamorous on the stairs of the Luxe City Hotel and Marcus literally stopped traffic with his gold shoes.

This was the day he was marrying the girl he had swiped right on Tinder and had hoped was real. She was. Just as he had waited anxiously to meet Patricia in person for their first date, once again he waited to see her as his bride.

Patricia tapped him on the shoulder. He turned and they both smiled. He opened his jacket and showed off the memories. He had lined his suit with pictures of their engagement. With skyscrapers behind them and traffic below, Patricia and Marcus shared their first kiss on their wedding day.

The wind blew harder as they shared their vows. Heaven had sent a message. They were married. Mariachi played and they did the ultimate poses to get a party started. The party raged. But Patricia and Marcus were going to make their wedding even more memorable. And so Rick James and Teena Marie made an appearance. It was definitely a party!

Ceremony: St. Madeleine Church

Coordinator: A Touch of Class Events Co.

DJ: Ultimate Music Entertainment

Photography: A Story in Time Photography

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Church of the Brethren Family Photography: The Gonzalez-Steffens Family

“Family is like music. There are high notes and low notes, but always a beautiful song.” I loved the guitar music. The Church of the Brethren is a beautiful church that served as the back ground for this session in La Verne.

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Quinceañera Photography: Savannah

A Quinceañera is not just a fancy party for a fifteen year old. It is celebration that a girl is now a young lady. Savannah was a beautiful Quinceañera.

The day began with her Nina helping her get dressed and her best friends teasing her. The beautiful Catholic Church of St. Dennis was where her family and friends came together and gave thanks for Savannah’s childhood ending and prayed for blessings for the next part of her life. Everyone crowded around for after church for a group picture and sang, “Happy Birthday.”

Savannah walked into her reception to the applause of her family and friends. She stood in the middle of the dance floor as pictures of her as child flashed in the background. Her father replaced her flats for heels and then the Silhouette Dance began. Different stages of her life were represented in and then she and her dad came through the curtain and danced. Her waltz was with her brothers.

If a Quinceañera is is celebrating and giving thanks that a young girl is now a young lady. Today was extra special. At 9 months, she was diagnosed with Brain Cancer. The special guest of honor was Dr. Estwick, who had help diagnose Savannah and who had saved her life. He was given special recognition from Savannah’s parents at the toast when they presented him with, “The Physician’s Prayer.” There was not a single dry eye in the house. Savannah changed her outfit and her best friends joined in surprise dance that ended with everyone on the dance floor for a group picture. Balloons fell onto the dance floor and the party began!

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We took pictures of Savannah weeks before her Quinceañera. These pictures were used in her guestbook and printed for the party.

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Ceremony Venue: St. Denis Catholic Catholic Church

Florist : Elegant thorn

Hair & Make up; Karla

DJ : Razo Entertainment

Cake: Ontario Bakery

Silhouette dance by Fairytale Dances

Surprise Dance coordinator : Quince choreography by Nadia

Dessert table by Sugar Crumbs Monique

Dress Moda 2000

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