SAN LUIS OBISPO WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY (and then some...)


Welcome to my little blog. I am Katie. Nice to meet you! I live in San Luis Obispo and happen to have one of the world's best jobs. I photograph weddings, families, and kids. Many of you are finding this blog because you are planning a wedding...and to you a special welcome. Good luck! Wedding planning is a long process, and I value the time you've taken to find my site!

And a "thank you" to my current and past clients for letting me into their special connections, sharing their families. I am blessed to continue personal friendships with many clients well past their weddings.

What inspires me about weddings? Love, connections, happiness, laughter, hugs, warmth, tears, appreciation, gratitude, praise...and that's what gives me goosebumps at weddings. The decorations get packed away (although pintrest helps us remember every detail you might have considered, lol!), but the love remains as the foundation. I want your photos to reflect more than just the decorations of your life, it should reflect the love and laughter that provides the foundation for everything to come.

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August 2, 2010

Maricela and Paul come from my family*. They are wonderfully giggly. They have a ton of friends who love them dearly. And, based on the stories I heard, Mari and Paul are actually Pari and Maul. As in, they are interchangeably together always. Maricela and Paul got married in her family’s backyard in Fresno, so when you all call and ask me where you can find this venue…sorry. It’s a family affair. They worked for a year to build so many of the incredible parts…a redwood chiller, grapevine-covered pergola with benches, a large grass lawn, lovely flowers, and more. The weather was warm and the party was hopping. If some of the people look familiar to you, it’s probably because Maricela is the little sister of Juan Carlos. You remember his wedding photos? Yup, that’s right…beautiful people run in this extended family!

*Family= Not by blood, but by love. I love their families. Les quiero muchisimo!

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June 16, 2010

Christa and Mike got married in Fresno, and had their reception at a really unique place. An airport hangar. Yup. Too cool. It had an old world, Casablanca vibe. Super cool prop planes all around us. Incredible old cars, the kinds where the back doors open opposite direction to today’s cars. Combined with all the details that they put together (birdcage veil, flowing dress, silver table decor), it really made me feel like I should check the calendar to see if it was 1940s.

And then…Christa’s family is full Southern. Big hugs, sweet southern drawls, and incredible love all the way around. LOVED it!!! I even loved them enough that I will accept their undying Los Angeles Lakers allegiance during this NBA Finals season. I do appreciate how Lakers’ colors snuck into the bridesmaid’s outfits with yellow bouquet ribbon and (awesome) purple heels. :) They really REALLY love the Lakers.

Thanks to all the family and friends that gathered around them to celebrate the day! I know that you made them incredibly happy, I can see it in all the photos!