I am so excited to share Jennifer and Eric’s amazing wedding with you all!  There were so many great moments throughout the day, and every single detail was impeccable…it made my job so easy!  We started with some getting ready shots at the Westin Palo Alto, then headed across the street to Stanford for some pictures with the bridal party and family.  It was my first time visiting Stanford’s campus and I was completely wowed at how beautiful it was.  I’d definitely love to go back and visit again…I could shoot there all day!  Their ceremony and reception were held at the Lucie Stern Community Center.  It is such a gorgeous venue, the staff is great, and the food was some of the best I’ve had (no joke).

Thank you, Jennifer and Eric, for having me capture your wedding day!  Thanks also for being so patient…I know you guys have been anxious to see your pictures.  Also, a great big huge thanks to Adrienne Gunde for flying up to NorCal to shoot with me.  She got some really great shots so be sure to check out her blog as well.

Loved the little rose on Jennifer’s shoes!

Seeing each other for the first time.

We got so many weird stares and comments for taking pictures in front of the “Gates of Hell“.  Let me just say that we were well aware of what we were doing.  Jennifer actually suggested it, and who am I to deny a bride’s request?  Like NPH said on How I Met Your Mother, “It’s for the bride!”

The memorial court is a really popular place to shoot….I think we saw like 10 quinceanera courts and bridal parties there!  I can’t blame them though…it’s a beautiful location.

Probably my favorite shot of the day….although there were so many to choose from!

Doesn’t Jennifer look gorgeous?!

The guys weren’t too bad themselves. =P

Walked down by her mom and brother.

Ok, ok…this might be another of my favorites.

Jennifer and Eric wrote such touching letters to their moms.  I think Adrienne and I were sobbing inwardly.

This has got to be by far THE BEST unity ceremony I’ve seen.  Jennifer and Eric did a little chemistry experiment, pouring red and blue liquids (representing Stanford & Cal) into a flask.

And here’s the end result.

Some of the gorgeous details of the day.

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