super glad to have the photography duo of


and for them to share this wedding.

“The wedding was so lovely. The bridal party got ready in the Brea Embassy suites. Sarah made tank tops for all her ladies and they did a Starbucks run with everyone’s title on the cups. Sarah and victor wore chucks with “MR.” and “MRS” on the back. The also exchanged gifts (via delivery people, AKA Photographers) Victor got Sarah a set of wedding stamps she had been wanting and Sarah gave victor a boudoir album we created for her earlier that month. They had matching humming bird earrings and cufflinks. Sarah also presented her mother with an infinity necklace that was identical to the one she was wearing. One of the cutest things Sarah did was a first look with her father and her brothers. Their reaction was adorable. Sarah also met up with Victor, but he was not allowed to see her! They talked, she tied his bow tie and they held each other for a bit. Sarah also had Bridesmen, so she tied their bow ties too (the GROOMSmen had regular ties). The ceremony was traditional and sweet. Victor lost his cousin (who was more of a brother) not too long ago, so he wore a pocket watch with his picture in it, and they lit a candle for him during the ceremony and left flowers by the Blessed Mother for him.  The Reception was held at the Brea community center. Sarah and Victor are HUGE Angles Baseball fans, so in the center of every table was a baseball, pens and a note encouraging guests to sign them. And on their Dessert Table, They had a fabulous heart shaped baseball cake created by Sarah’s mother. Also, because Sarah’s mother is currently battling stage 4 lung cancer, in lieu of a party favor, Sarah and Victor donated to the American Cancer Society. Sarah not only had a father daughter dance, but also a Mother/daughter dance which was beautiful, and so emotion-filled.  All in all, the details were personal and the people amazingly awesome. “

those moments and more can be found on Paige and Blake’s blog features of this wedding:

here, here, and here.

other wedding vendors included:

venue: St. Bruno’s Church and Embassy Suites, Brea/ caterer: Tony’s Pizza/ hairstylist:  Ashley Schroeder/ wedding gown:  Alfred Angelo/ groom and groomsmenwear: Men’s Wearhouse/ DJ: Ace Entertainment


    Lena says:

    Love the idea of a mother-daughter dance!

    Thank you so much for the feature, Lydia! We love Ever Ours and your fabulous readers.
    Also, a HUGE thank you to Matthew Saville for assisting and shooting with us!

    Amanda and Victor are such authentic people and their wedding was just beautiful.

    Wedding photos are always precious…but the personal anecdotes behind those images are even more so!