We’re Michael and Angela, but our friends call us… well, Michael and Angela! Which makes us friends! We help the most joyful brides and grooms celebrate the legacy of their love stories with romantic and timeless wedding photography. We are a sweetheart team obsessed with Taylor Swift, Taco Bell and puppies.
Legacy. That seems to be the word that comes to mind when we think of this wedding. And when we say wedding, we mean this marriage. This celebration. This uniting of two lives. And Ashlyn + Michael’s Disney-inspired wedding was the marriage of all the legacies that brought them to this point. We couldn’t have […]
Teresa’s grandmother took the microphone. She made her way to the middle of the room. 3 or 4 pieces of paper in her hands. She had a lot to say about the woman named after her, the woman who had just become Mrs. Armenta at this lovely Gilroy Micro Wedding. “Grandma,” Teresa would say when […]
The room was silent. All eyes on them. Intently listening to the groom’s father. As Sarah and Timmy held each others’ hands, Ted told the story of their long distance relationship. Miles upon miles between them yet so close, it was hardly bearable. Tears welling up not only in their eyes but our own as […]
All day, Jon had been holding back tears. Now, we’ve known Jon for many years, and if there’s one thing we know for sure, it’s that he is a total goofball with lots of energy. Which means he doesn’t show his emotions too much. But once he was standing in front of family and loved […]
// After every late night street light drive // Every love you miss you kiss goodnight // Girl, your name is still my favorite // Always will be and I’m still wanting, still all in, I’m still fallin’ //
Yesterday morning on my way to work, I was thinking about Bre & Cory’s Fresno Anniversary Portrait Session and this old song from the summer of 2014 that I used to just blast in my crappy old car speakers showed up on shuffle and it struck me. Though it hasn’t been long in the grand scheme of things, these two have endured a lifetime of change in their two years of marriage. And we could see it in the
Imagine Angela in 2011.
17-(almost 18)-years-old, in a completely foreign environment, knowing absolutely no one (not a soul) and super dorky and weird. That was me. I moved to Fresno for school and was on my own for awhile. I had two roommates who became instant friends and I knew no one. Only a few memories from those