Laura & Eric
Wedding  at Los Angeles

Our marriage, there is something about knowing each other since we were basically kids that definitely contributes to the solidity and strength of our marriage.
Being high school sweethearts means that your relationship withstood high school, and that is saying a whole hell of a lot. It means you’ve been through every immature, infantile aspect of a high school romance. Your relationship has probably endured its fair share of jealousy and insecurity too. But you got through it all, your relationship still strong and intact.

Jackie & Steven
Wedding at Odyssey
Nestled in the Santa Susana Mountains, the Odyssey has been impressing its clientele with delicious food and outstanding service—accompanied by amazing panoramic views of the San Fernando Valley—for almost 50 years. They’re committed to providing a farm-to-table dining experience, and their creative seasonal menus feature hand-picked vegetables, fruits and herbs (grown on site!), as well as a variety of fresh, locally-sourced ingredients.
Diana & Rudy
Wedding at Knollwood Country Club
Located in the gentle rolling hills of Granada Hills, Knollwood Country Club’s spectacular William F. Bell-designed championship layout, exceptional amenities and friendly service won it recognition as the 2008 LA Daily News Reader's Choice Award, and make it one of Southern California’s best public golf facilities.
Laura
Palos Verdes California
The Point Vicente Interpretive Center is a premier whale-watching site that provides spectacular opportunities to view the annual migration of the Pacific gray whale from December through April. The center opened in 1984 with a mission to present and interpret the unique features and history of the
Palos Verdes Peninsula.
Stephanie
Los Angeles California
In the 21st century, many girls create their own quinceañera celebrations. Whereas traditional dresses were formal and usually white or pink only, dress designs are now more varied.[3] Also, instead of having the traditional seven damas and seven chambelanes, the Quinceañera may pick all damas or all chambelanes. Traditionally, girls were not allowed to dance in public until turning 15, but this taboo has also receded significantly. The ceremony of the Changing of the Shoes has also been modified. Instead of wearing slippers before ceremonially exchanging them for high heels, a girl may decide to wear shoes compatible with the color and style of her dress instead of donning the traditional slippers.