When I came across this GORGEOUS engagement shoot in Paris, I knew that I had to drop everything and find the photographer that had shot it. Juggling a million things at any given time, a shoot has to be this gorgeous for me to want to chase it. To my surprise, this shoot hadn’t been picked up before and the photographers have never been published on a blog before. I think I found myself a gem! Zabrina from Jeza Photography has been wonderful to work with – I’m looking forward to seeing and featuring more shoots from them!
Food trucks are quite popular right now – I follow a few here in San Diego on twitter or facebook and if they’re fairly close by and I’m hungry, I’ll go and find them. The food is absolutely delish, cheap, and fast – well, only if you’re one of the first ones in line! Brides and grooms are incorporating food trucks into their wedding plans. Personally, I like them at rehearsal dinners and after parties. I’m still a traditionalist and like the sit down dinners for the wedding reception. But, because they are completely self contained (they travel and cook in the same vehicle), you can cut costs by using a food truck vs. a catering company. There are food trucks for just about every set of tastebuds – from cupcakes to organic, farm to truck to In N Out. Bon Appetit!
Photos courtesy of Mel Barlow
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I am completely humbled by my friends over at Utterly Engaged and Ever Ours. After seeing the devastation in the wake of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan, they quickly rallied the entire wedding blogging community to come together for a day of silence and prayer They have selected Shelter Box as their charity of choice and each $1000 raised, they will be sending over a disaster relief tent for an extended family, blankets, water storage and purification equipment, cooking utensils, a stove, a basic tool kit, a children’s activity pack and other vital items. Their goal was $5500 and in under 4 days, they have already raised over $21,000. Every little bit counts – you can click here to help out. Thank you.