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Volkov Wedding- Marina Village, San Diego

It was a wedding with roller coasters, monkeys, bag pipes and somehow the groom got pushed in shopping cart. But what else could be expected on a date that will only come around again in the next thousand years? On 11-11-11, Kori Menzies married Jim Volkov.
He made her the bouquet that she carried down the aisle. It was wrapped with her Daddy’s tie and tucked away in it was the picture of her grandpa in a locket. They both teared up when they saw each other for the first time, but once they were together all nerves were gone. He could not stop smiling at her during the entire ceremony and then he couldn’t stop kissing her. They rode a roller coaster with their wedding party. The most touching toasts were made from family and friends who came from as far as Italy to be there. And to match the cake top, there was a lot of monkeying around during their reception. Monkey Love- the love of craziness. The love of Kori and Jim.



The Incredible Venue where the ceremony and reception took place: Marina Village
The Beautiful Flowers and Centerpieces: Twice Touched Treasures
The Talented DJ who had us partying the entire night: Sound Prodigy-Pat Connolly and Patrick Neal
The Photographers who captured the story: A Story in Time Photography– Jessie Cadenas, Tyler Wadsworth and Lauren Olmos.

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  • LeslieWhat an awesome, fun wedding! Love the black and white one of them kissing in the chair!ReplyCancel

  • Janina CabreraBest pics ever – so romantic – what fun – you truly captured the moments beautifully – what a gorgeous coupleReplyCancel

  • LaurenJessie,
    The feelings you evoke through your photography transport the viewer. I am in awe of your art. What a fresh and vibrant feel this wedding had, lots of love and fun.Your eye for detail is immaculate and your angles are spot on. There is no price for memories so timeless. Cheers to you, you did it again!ReplyCancel

  • ALMAWedding at an amusement park = Awesome!!ReplyCancel

  • Sally WattsI love the idea of wrapping the bouquet in her father’s tie. How neat!
    I think the roller coaster shots are great, and I really, really love the way you approached the groom and groomsmen portraits. Masculine yet whimsical= awesome!ReplyCancel

  • KyleWhat a fun, laid back day! You did such a great shot of photographing all the excitement and emotion of the event…ReplyCancel

  • melisa silvaabsolutely spectacular! the punch of color, the black and white, all of the different angles and to true spirtit of the day “love drunk punch”! I Love it!!!!!ReplyCancel

  • MattLooks like you had a sweet time with this one! roller coasters and all!ReplyCancel

  • Joe SanfilippoLooked like a fun day!ReplyCancel

  • Derek ChristieThe bride looks stunning, the groom looks hilarious! Love the photos of the groomsmen before the ceremony. Especially with his feet up. They look like a great couple and you’ve really caught the day perfectly.ReplyCancel

  • AnneIt looks like they had so much fun! I love the sock monkey cake topper… =) I really like the last black and white image.ReplyCancel

  • AdonyeJajaWhat a fun wedding, I bet it was super fun to photograph, well done!ReplyCancel

  • Anton ChiaForever Love. I love it. They had make the wedding bouquet so meaningful and unique it brought a little tear to my eye. Truly a story in time.ReplyCancel

  • Derek MartinezAwesome wedding! Your details are awesome and you’ve captured some great emotions!ReplyCancel

  • A of Year of Stories and Memories 2011 » Story In Time[…] Volkov Wedding- Marina Village, San Diego […]ReplyCancel

  • jim - new york wedding photographerSuch amazing shots of this lively wedding. Great job.ReplyCancel

A picture captures a moment in life, a reason to remember, holding the ones we LOVE... FOREVER.. in a Story in Time.

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