Mt. Baldy Engagement Session: Marcos loves Daisy

“I seemed to have loved you in numberless forms, numberless times… in life after life, in age after age, forever.” Tagore

It is said that a twin soul will recognize his or her other half in a glance, a moment, or a dream. Daisy remembers looking up and seeing Marcos. He was just a kid walking to Junior High. It was a strange feeling. It left an impact on her memory. She had no reason to feel the way she did. She did not know him or even know about him, but it was as if she recognized someone.

Ten years later, a birthday celebration would bring them together. They met at a mutual friend’s restaurant in East LA. And yet at another 21st birthday, they would meet again… that meeting would lead them to their first date at In n Out.

They soon learned that they had similar struggles in life and the same vision for their future. They became united and learned to grow stronger together. Their trust for each other was unbreakable. She taught him how to express his feelings and he taught her to slow down and to take a step back and to analyze before reacting. They gave each other, comfort, laughter and two beautiful daughters, Eveyln and Abigail.

Destined to be together… twin flames burn brightly as one.

Highlight Engagement Video captured alongside us by Julio Paredes Films.

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Chino Wetlands Maternity Photography: Ezra baby is coming.

The first boy in four generations is coming. Baby Ezra Matías García. Amber and Manny are going to be parents.

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Oak Glen Engagement: Caesar loves Irma

If Green Acres were real… this would be the Love Story.

It was Caesar’s birthday and the wish he did not even know he had made, was about to come true. Irma crashed his party and broke into his heart. She had tagged along with her cousin. The city girl in her never expected to fall in love with an attractive cowboy, but it happened.

Soon she was going with him to buy more drinks for the party. Caesar loved the way the pretty girl talked. He made up his mind right then that he would win her heart. He had no clue, he was already half way there.

Their first date would be at BJ’s Brewery for what would be their favorite meal… Pizza and beer.

Irma fell in love with his determination to always be better, his hardworking attitude and of course… his beard. Caesar loved that even though she was so pretty, she was real, educated, intelligent and patient. She was the woman he wanted to grow old with.

It would be on a hike at Claremont Loop, where the trees come together to form an arch, where Caesar would ask Irma to marry him. She was in shock, but of course said yes. She had found a man who supported her career and loved her. He wanted to take care of her. Both had found true love.

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50th Wedding Anniversary: Leo and Olga

It was the time of like American Graffiti. Memorial Day, 1968. Leo was cruising and saw her and fell in love. July 19th, 1969 they were married. 50 years, 18,250 days, 438,000 hours, 3 children, 6 grandchildren, 2 great grand children and lots, and lots and lots of fishing trips. A true Love Story that never ends.

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Camp Pendleton Wedding: Quinn and Jena

Jena surrounded herself with fun and caring bridesmaids who kept her grounded, so when dad suddenly realized that his Tux had been left at home… 2 hours away, there was a bit of alcohol and a lot of fun and exciting vibes to reassure her. Jena’s sister did her make up and her mom helped her get dressed. Her bridesmaids turned to see her in her dress and the most heartfelt expressions of happiness flooded their faces.

Dad made it back in time, dressed and ready to see his little girl. He turned to see Jena and the culmination of their last 23 years they had shared together was captured in one emotional moment.

Quinn waited in Camp Pendleton, ready to see his bride to be. Jena had been looking forward to seeing him in his Dress Blues. Both smiled and laughed as they turned to see each other. Two souls who belonged together. A very quick family session with those they loved the most and it was off to the chapel. Their niece and nephew walked in arm and arm seriously taking their roles as ring bearer and flower girl. Olive, even after the ceremony had begun, continued to throw rose petals down the aisle from her seat. Their siblings did the, “I’m not crying. You’re crying.. thing.”

There, in Marine Memorial Chapel, Jena and Quinn exchanged vows and proclaimed their love in front of those closest to them. They walked out and for a moment, they were alone in front of the chapel. The doors open and those who loved them most stood on the steps next to them, surrounding them with love.

Everyone made their way to the Pacific Event Center where the blue sky began to darken. Sunset fell as they entered their reception. Their nephew Z took over the dance floor. Jena and Quinn were married. Their forever had started.

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Venue: Pacific Views Event Center in Camp Pendleton

Church: Marine Memorial Chapel in Camp Pendleton

Make up: Alicia Marie Artistry.

Florist: Nancy Lobo Designs

Cake: Taste and Sea Bakery

This Story was captured by A Story in Time Photography-Jessie Cadenas, Tyler Wadsworth, Arthur García. If you are interested in your Engagement or Wedding Story being captured, please contact us using the contact button at the top of this post or HERE.

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