Santa Barbara Wedding | Nick & Amanda

April 17, 2017


The Details

I always love starting off a wedding day with getting ready photos.  Not only does this allow me time to capture some of the most beautiful details of your wedding day, but it also let’s me see some of the last minute preparations.  Right as Nick & his groomsmen were about to head to the ceremony location, he realized that his vows were on his phone, so he took a moment to hand write them.

  I always try to remind my couples to have all of their details ready when I arrive.  Try to set aside important items.  For my brides this includes things such as your dress, veil, rings, shoes, bouquet, invitation, vows, jewelry, garter & groom gift.  And for my grooms this may include your suit, tie, socks, cufflinks, watch, tie clip, shoes, cologne, vows, rings & bride gift.  That way you can focus on marrying your best friend rather than scrambling to find everything day of.

The Location

Santa Barbara is such a magical place.  The weather was perfect, the bridal room was gorgeous (did you see that mirror & light fixture??!!), the architecture inspiring, the ceremony setting was picture perfect & the reception space felt familial & interactive.

The Images

Images taken while 2nd shooting for Taylor Kinzie Photography.

  1. Karen D says:

    Lovely images, looks like a fun bunch!

  2. Anya Kernes says:

    Her florals were so gorgeous! Beautiful wedding and photos to go along with it!

  3. What a beautiful couple and venue! Santa Barbara is a gem!

  4. Viet Le says:

    Love the details in this wedding.

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About Tiffany

From the delicate details, to the fleeting moments, to the candid expressions, my number one priority as your wedding photographer is to create imagery that takes you right back to how you felt in that exact moment.

Through intentional composition, I strive to zero in on the moments you likely didn’t even notice. Memories are so much more than details … they’re feelings. With every click of my shutter, I want to bring your vision to life while allowing you to be deeply present.