We have a mini-napa here in So-Cal. It’s right outside the city limits of Temecula and it is just a hop, skip, and a jump away. Heather and Jason contracted us about their wedding just a few short weeks ago, and I can’t believe it has come and gone so quickly. Heather and Jason had a beautiful ceremony and reception at the Wiens Family Cellars.
***Note to brides: Heather did one thing especially well to help her photography go smoothly: deciding ahead of time who she needed family portraits of and tying up a list for me (with first names). This way, I was able to check off as I got them. This list made it possible for us to squeeze in many more than I usually am able to when deciding on the fly. It took out the awkward decision making you have to do as to whether Uncle Brandon needs to be in the next shot or not. 🙂
Click below to see a slideshow from the day:
This is also a sneak peek at our new logo – which will be on EVERYTHING we show in the near future. The blog “stamp” seems like a good place to do a trial run, so please forgive the disconnect between the logo above and the logo in this post.
The dress was stunning – the wind made this shot tricky!
These barrel rooms are so cool.
My wife got this and many other amazing shots.
She’s got a smile you want to trust, doesn’t she?
Their two daughters almost stole the show…
Thanks to you both! Masha and I had a great time.
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2 Replies to “Jason and Heather – Temecula Wine Country”
Thank you so much for the pictures and I would like to know if we could have access to the pictures and be able to use them. We will always give credit to your work and make sure that everyone knows who the photographer is.
Thank you so much I really appreciate it.
One of the bigger design flaws was pointed out in the youtube video comments. Center of gravity. The seat should probably be lowered a bit compared to the fans, so a heavy rider dos#e&n39;t topple the whole thing.Also of note no video of it being flown, and on all the photos where it's airborne, it's tethered to the ground on four sides.And yes, fuel tank looks a bit on the small side for such a beast.If it works perfectly though(or when they get it to, if ever), then I would love to ride one, at least once.