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April 26, 2017

Nicole + Scott | SeaCliff Country Club Wedding Photos


Nicole and Scott have some magical Seacliff Country Club wedding photos! Not only did they walk straight out of a Vanity Fair magazine, but they are the most caring and thoughtful couple you will ever meet. I knew the day was going to be a blast the moment I walked into the hotel room with all the ladies getting ready. They were all in matching robes, enjoying champagne, and serenading Nicole with 90s love songs as she was getting her makeup and hair done. Talk about a stunning group of girls! And funny…

Everything from the flowers, decor, view were all breathtaking. The golden light shining through their portrait location and where they shared a first look was a DREAM. Nicole and her dad shared a first look and not only was it an emotional moment for Nicole’s mom and sister but for me and my team. There is always so much love and pride behind a dad’s tears on his daughter’s wedding day.

After breathtaking portraits and a flawless ceremony surrounded by their closest family and friends, they were ready to get the party started. Now, I have been to more weddings than I can remember, but the speech given by the Maid of Honor will never be forgotten. She had all of the guests out of their seats laughing with her witty jokes and “exhibits” as she emulated Nicole, a lawyer. The fairytale continued as they kissed under the sparklers and rode off in a beautiful vintage car. Seriously, a dream.

Nicole and Scott, thank you for allowing me to capture your legacy (and spoiling me and my hubby with a generous Yard House gift card). Every detail was absolutely beautiful and the love you have for each other is flawless. Looking forward to seeing each chapter of your love story unfold.




Photography: Jaime Davis Photography

Hair and Makeup: Pure Beauty by Danielle

Getting ready venue: Waterfront Hilton

Venue: Seacliff Country Club

Cake: the Great Dane baking company in Los Alamitos

Floral: Sweet Pea Florist in Long Beach

Wedding dress: The Dresser in Fullerton

Groom suit: Friar tux

DJ: Station Identification

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