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Tina & Foti = Married!

Tina and Foti are truly a special couple! I first wrote about them after the amazing engagement session I did with them at AT&T park, which is going to be a tough one to top. And let me just say, the wedding did not disappoint either! From the pre-ceremony photos we did around the stunning Cal Berkeley Campus to the delicious Greek deserts the groom’s mother and her relatives worked tirelessly to make, no detail was left out. The backdrop for the day was the majestic Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Ascension and the bride and groom both glowed as they tied the knot in this incredible location. The party that followed was full of lively Greek dancing and a few surprises from the darling bride to her new husband (including a special performance from the Cal Matching Band and a custom groom’s cake!). I feel like I could go on and on about this couple and their wedding and I wouldn’t come close to doing it justice. Tina and Foti, thank you for including us in your big day! We loved every minute of it!

venue: Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Ascension
bridal dress: Gesinees Bridal
florist: Chestnut and Vine

November 8, 2016 - 10:48 am Connie Mellis - This is beautiful. Thank you for doing such a wonderful job of capturing the essence of their wedding. You were so easy to work with and never lost your "cool" like I have seen other photographers do. You gracefully orchestrated the photo sessions with a smile and everythig went smoothly. You were all over the place, but never in the way. Being the Mother of the Groom, I wanted everything to be perfect for Tina and Foti, because they are perfect. (Am I biased?) You helped make that happen. Thank you again for being so sweet....and good at what you do! Connie

November 9, 2016 - 1:53 pm BFP - Thank you Connie for your kind words! It was truly a special day and it was so wonderful working with all of you! :)

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