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Pasadena Engagement Photography: Philip loves Bridget

They were backstage at Disney’s Aladdin: A Music Spectacular when they met. Philip thought Bridget was a cute redhead and so between shows he was being flirty. Bridget thought he was handsome in his uniform. She loved his humor and that he was a bit of a nerd. She admired his work ethic, and how knowledgeable, skilled and passionate he was about his job. She looked forward to working with him and was sad when he was not there. Philip thought that Bridget was selfless, hardworking and loving.

The vow of in sickness and in health began early. Bridget had a chronic illness and Philip was always very understanding. Their love for one another went beyond. They love three beautiful fur babies: Apollo, Roxy and Snoopy.

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This Story was captured by A Story in Time Photography – Jessie Cadenas. We are Los Angeles, Orange County Wedding Photographers located in the Inland Empire. Our style is Classic, Romantic and Fun. If you are interested in your Family, Quinceañera, 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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    Los Angeles Arboretum Engagement: David loves Tay

    Sometimes a Love Story isn’t instant. It’s not in that first look. A phone call isn’t made that night and a date is not planned the next day. Sometimes, love takes its sweet time, because it knows it will be special.

    David was at a bar when Tay walked by. His friend called the friend Tay was with and suddenly they were all hanging out. Tay thought he was a nice guy and David played it safe by waiting a month to call her. Then it would take six months to actually go out on a date. That date would be at Keegans for his birthday, the same place they had met.

    If it first the he played it safe, David stopped playing by the rules. Not that in love, there is any. He was writing poetry, drawing for Tay and telling her how he was always thinking about her. Tay saw a man who was extremely kind and giving. She was so grateful for him and thanked God he had come into her life when he did. It was in the hardest moment in her life that David refused to leave her alone. He was there to lean on.

    David loved Tay for her strength, her determination and the love she gives to everyone. She was an amazing mother to her children. He of course had to propose to the woman that he loved with everyone present.

    Tay thought she was going to hang out at the beach with a friend. Suddenly, friends and family appeared. Each person gave her a rose. More people, more roses. Tay was confused and crying. She had several dozens in her arms. She could hear music. The song, “Look at me, I’m in Love,” was playing. Everyone was yelling for her to turn around. She did. David was on one knee.

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    This Story was captured by A Story in Time Photography – Jessie Cadenas. We are Los Angeles, Orange County Wedding Photographers located in the Inland Empire. Our style is Classic, Romantic and Fun. If you are interested in your Family, Quinceañera, Engagement or Wedding Story being captured, please contact us using the contact button at the top of this post or HERE.

    See and get to know Jessie, the photographer  on her  personal FACEBOOK PAGE (yeah it’s open. You can stalk, but we can always be friends), but if that’s too weird this is the Business Page!  Follow us on Instagram! 

    GALLERY

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      Mt. Baldy Engagement Photos / Pedro loves Jocelyn

      Most couples go to the movies for their first date, but Pedro and Jocelyn actually met at the theater where they worked. Pedro saw a beautiful girl with brown curly hair, a great smile and eyes that he loved. Unfortunately, Jocelyn was dating someone else, and so, they just became friends. And even when Jocelyn’s other relationship had ended, they stayed friends.

      They would hang out, going to Disneyland, trying new foods and even going on random drives to Malibu. They would talk about their families, past relationships and about life. Pedro was Jocelyn’s guy friend… a guy friend who liked her, but Jocelyn didn’t realize it or was just not interested.

      It was on a trip to Canada with a group of friends that the realization literally hit her. Everyone was play fighting and so Pedro and Jocelyn joined in the fun. It was there, where when the lamp light shined on Pedro’s face, that all she could do was stare. It was something about the glow on his face, that told her, she liked him more than a friend. But as most love stories go, nothing changed. In fact, they got upset at each other on the trip and drove back to California, not in the happiest of moods.

      Jocelyn knew she was upset even more because she realized she liked him. They met up and told each other how they felt. But Jocelyn did not want to ruin the friendship. She did not want to lose her guy friend. But Pedro was in love with the funny, caring girl who loved to travel. So he persisted and convinced her to give their relationship a try.

      Fast forward 7 years in this love story. Pedro had decided that he would propose at the Grand Canyon. It had been the place of their first road trip together alone, and for them it was magical and mysterious. It was getting dark and so Pedro made Jocelyn and his brother speed walk. He told them that there was a glowing waterfall that needed to be seen in the sun. There was none. Jocelyn finally reached Pedro. He hugged her, started reading his notes and got on one knee to propose. His brother was recording, still wondering where the waterfall was. Jocelyn had officially lost her guy friend that day, but she said, “Of course,” to the best friend she would marry.

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      This Story was captured by A Story in Time Photography – Jessie Cadenas. We are Los Angeles, Orange County Wedding Photographers located in the Inland Empire. Our style is Classic, Romantic and Fun. If you are interested in your Family, Quinceañera, Engagement or Wedding Story being captured, please contact us using the contact button at the top of this post or HERE.

      See and get to know Jessie, the photographer  on her  personal FACEBOOK PAGE (yeah it’s open. You can stalk, but we can always be friends), but if that’s too weird this is the Business Page!  Follow us on Instagram! 

      GALLERY

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        San Diego Botanic Garden: Sunset Cliffs: Engagement Photography: Nick loves Nana

        Their love story started with a dead fish and a melody. They were on a field trip to the Salton Sea. Nana went with the photography club and Nick with astronomy one. Nana was taking a video of a dead fish and Nick bumped into her holding the other half of it. They began talking and Nick learned that Nana listened. It would become one the simple things that Nick would love about Nana. He could go on to insanely long rants and completely random topics and Nana would listen. He had already noticed the Jordanian beauty at the apartment complex meeting during their first year at UCSD, but he did not know they were neighbors. In fact without knowing it, they had answered each other’s knocking through the wall.

        Nana’s friends would knock on the wall and Nick’s apartment mates would as well. The first time and only time Nana knocked, she knocked a melody. Someone knew the melody and knocked the response. The night they met, Nana hummed the melody and they began laughing as they realized they had been on the other side of the wall.

        They were no longer strangers with a wall separating them and so they began hanging out every day, exploring San Diego together. The first place they would ever travel together would be Sunset Cliffs. Nana hiked down in a dress and they sat there on the beach talking for hours. It would be all of these adventures together and deep personal conversations that made Nick know that Nana was the woman he wanted to spend the rest of his life with.

        He took her to Mt. Soledad, the spot that overlooked all of San Diego with a high-up 360 degree view of the ocean, downtown, and all the neighboring communities. This is where they came when UCSD got tough. There above it all, Nick asked the woman he described as pure hearted, gorgeous and strong to marry him. Nana said yes to the man who she also described as pure hearted, intelligent and strong.

        This Story was captured by A Story in Time Photography – Jessie Cadenas. We are Los Angeles, Orange County Wedding Photographers located in the Inland Empire. Our style is Classic, Romantic and Fun. If you are interested in your Family, Quinceañera, Engagement or Wedding Story being captured, please contact us using the contact button at the top of this post or HERE.

        See and get to know Jessie, the photographer  on her  personal FACEBOOK PAGE (yeah it’s open. You can stalk, but we can always be friends), but if that’s too weird this is the Business Page!  Follow us on Instagram! 

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          Pasadena Engagement Pictures: A Love Story: George loves Sasha.

          It was Sasha’s first day of work as a barista at Crevier BMW and no one had said, “hello.” It was the end of the day, and she was taking out the trash when George noticed her from across the parking lot. He walked straight up to her and introduced himself. It was the beginning of a friendship that would last 8 years. A friendship of check ins and hellos, but a sincere one. It would take 8 years for George to ask her out and when he did, he said, “as friends.” They met up for sushi and drinks. The moment Sasha walked through the door and saw him sitting there, butterflies swarmed. George of course, felt the same way. What was supposed to be a quick catch up with a friend ended up being a date. They stayed until closing and ended the night with an immaculate kiss.

          Sasha had prayed for many years for God to send her a man who would accept her and her son. Her prayers were answered in abundance. George not only accepted them, but cherished and protected them.

          “George makes me feel like I am always the only person in a room. As if I am the most beautiful creature to walk this earth. He makes me feel safe and secure with just one kiss on my hand. He makes me laugh so hard that I snort- a talent seldom experienced. I am never the weirdo in the room anymore, but rather WE are the weird couple now! But that’s okay, I’ll happily take the crown of weird old couple in the room one day! I can see us strutting around with our very old and fat selves, laughing and smiling and celebrating our lives together, because that’s what I see when I look into his eyes…I see George by my side for the rest of my life.”

          The day George proposed, he told Sasha, he was taking her out for dinner for date night at The Gulf Stream. Sasha didn’t noticed that they were going in the wrong direction, until they pulled up to the boating docks in Newport. George yelled, “Surprise!!!,” and Sasha said, “Oooookay??” She figured that they were going to watch the sunset on the beach, but instead George walked her down the dock that was covered in rose petals. The dock lead to a gondola with a candle lit dinner, wine, and desserts. While enjoying the water, the night, and a romantic song the gondolier sang, a glass bottle floated alongside them. George leaned over, grabbed it and pulled out a note. He gave it to Sasha to open. She read the words, “My Sasha, I love you with all my heart. Will you Marry me?” Sasha looked up and George was on one knee holding a beautiful ring. Of course, Sasha cried and said, “Yes!”

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          This Story was captured by A Story in Time Photography – Jessie Cadenas. We are Los Angeles, Orange County Wedding Photographers located in the Inland Empire. Our style is Classic, Romantic and Fun. If you are interested in your Family, Quinceañera, Engagement or Wedding Story being captured, please contact us using the contact button at the top of this post or HERE.

          See and get to know Jessie, the photographer  on her  personal FACEBOOK PAGE (yeah it’s open. You can stalk, but we can always be friends), but if that’s too weird this is the Business Page!  Follow us on Instagram! 

          GALLERY

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          • Sarena JohnstonBeautiful! I love this and I love both of you! I wish you nothing but happiness and many blessings my favorite couple 👰🤵🏼💍🍾🎊🎉🙏ReplyCancel

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