Crystal & Marcos’ Wedding | Sacramento Private Estate Wedding Photographer

This past Saturday, I had the honor of capturing Crystal & Marcos’ wedding ceremony that took place at her sister-in-law’s backyard. I met Crystal & Marcos 6 months ago when I took their family’s photos right before Christmas. C&M knew each other back in high school but like most people, they went their separate ways. It wasn’t until years later that faith brought them back into each other’s lives. By then, Marcos has a daughter named Cecilia and Crystal has a daughter named Alyssa. Together, they have a third daughter name Bri. So for their wedding, they have not just 1, 2 but 3 beautiful flower girls. DSC_1359sacrament bridal wedding photographer DSC_0738 copy Marcos surprised Crystal with his proposal earlier this January.  Instead of waiting until the end of this year to get married or even next year, Crystal said Marcos wanted to get married in May. So really, Crystal and her family & friends literally only had 4 months to plan this whole celebration event!!!! They went with a Western theme so haystacks were used for sitting at the ceremony area. There was mason jars hanging on the trees. Flower vases were placed inside boots after boots after boots. It also happens that Marcos’ sister has a stable on the property as well so we got to borrow one of her horses, Pandora, for some of the formal photos. wedding direction signDSC_1334wedding details DSC_0764DSC_0776DSC_0676DSC_0875

Marcos shaking hands with Crystal’s Dad before he gives her hand to his to be his wife.DSC_0882DSC_0893wedding vows and archwedding ceremony bride groomDSC_0915

Their FIRST kiss as husband & wifeDSC_0922DSC_0924DSC_0925DSC_0930DSC_0935DSC_0797DSC_0944DSC_0952wedding party sacramento wedding photographerDSC_1020DSC_1021DSC_1099DSC_1134DSC_1136DSC_1061bwDSC_1163sacramento bride wedding portraitsDSC_1230DSC_1217DSC_1241DSC_1243bwoutdoor wedding decorations sacramentofirst dance wedding photographerDSC_1422bwDSC_1506DSC_1511wedding cake sacramentoDSC_1678

I have to go cut the cake but first, let me take a selfie!DSC_1625wedding cake sacramento copy

Marcos started smearing cake onto Crystal’s face and the next thing you know, they had their first “fight” as husband & wife. And it was oh-so-entertaining! They had cake all over their faces. DSC_1654DSC_1658

They fought and he grabbed her over to kiss & make up! It was HOT!DSC_1670DSC_1541DSC_1546DSC_1548DSC_1552DSC_1561DSC_1575DSC_1589DSC_1592DSC_1683DSC_1694sacramento private estate photographerDSC_2209bwDSC_2226

What a joyous day! My heart skips a beat  still when I scroll through all the photos. They looked so happy and handsome and they were surrounded by so many people who were thrilled to see them united.

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Crystal & Marcos want to thank everyone that came to help celebrate their special day. They also want to extend their special thanks to:

–  The Natomas Farm (Dino Mcfee) for the jam
–  River Valley Feed Store for the hay
–  Lindsay’s Sweet Cakes, Dan Mohring horse shoes cake stand
–  George Grippen for smoking the mean
– Colleen & friends service (Misty and Karen) at the bar
–  Fran for cooking all the food
–  Joan Hutchinson and everyone that helped out to make this an awesome ceremony.

Here’s a behind-the-scene shot of how I got that large family & friends portrait: behind the scene two twenty photos To see more fun weddings, engagements and portrait session I had the pleasure of doing, visit www.twotwentyphotos.com.  If you like these images, be sure to “LIKE” and follow me on Facebook.  If you are on Instagram, do follow me to see the most up-to-date projects. If you or someone you know are looking for a wedding & family photographer, please complete the form below or email me directly at info@twotwentyphotos.com to get started. Thank you so much for visiting today! Love, Tra

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