My phone rang and the the screen said it was coming from Google in the Bay Area. Perplexed, I answered, fully expecting a sales call of some sort. It wasn’t a sales call but instead a call from a Google concierge wanting to get wedding information for one of their employees and his fiance. My husband works for Amazon so I know that there are awesome perks in the tech industry but I had no idea that one of Google’s perks is a concierge service! After a few separate chats with her I finally got in contact with the bride and groom- Richard and Vannie. I didn’t actually meet them until the wedding and didn’t even know what they looked like until I did a little online stalking- no wedding photographer wants to walk into a room and say, “Are you the groom?” haha.
Both Vannie and Richard and sweet, kind people and I am so happy that Richard utilized his company perk in order to find me. Vannie was absolutely stunning in her flowing Reem Acra gown and Richard dapper with his grey suit and wooden tie clip. The Los Altos History Museum once again served as the perfect back drop for a romantic late spring wedding. The couple opted to do a first look and we got to leisurely stroll the property before the ceremony taking photos. During cocktail hour the most delicious hor d’oeuvres were passed around including BBQ ribs, corn on the cob, and grilled cheese. As if that wasn’t enough comfort food Vannie and Richard opted for a giant donut wedding cake and popsicles instead of more traditional deserts!
Congrats again you two, and thanks for allowing me to be a part of your day!