After an amazing engagement session and lovely ceremony, we couldn’t wait to make our way over to the Los Altos History Museum for Winny and Lee’s reception! The ceremony took place at Corpus Christi Church in San Francisco and the reception at the Los Altos History Museum followed, just north of San Jose. The locations and details Winny chose created a perfect vintage feel, and with such a fun reception, complete with a live band AND a caricature artist, we are really excited to share these photos with you!
Winny and Lee’s fun personalities really shone through the day as well, with Winny wearing bright purple heels and Lee sporting some classy Nike shoes to complete his look!
Winny is a natural beauty, and made our job as her photographer as easy as pie, except when we had to choose our favorite photos!
The historic house and open garden terrace at the Los Altos History Museum was absolute perfection. We are so grateful for opportunities like this to shoot in such beautiful locations like the Los Altos History Museum!
Everyone in attendance loved to dance, and we caught some kids making moves on the dance floor at the Los Altos History Museum! Even Winny and Lee’s favors were cds personalized with some of their favorite tunes.
We are still swooning over these big geometric rugs hanging around the Los Altos History Museum! They created a unique backdrop for bride and groom portraits.
The couple chose the reception site based on the incredible setting at the Los Altos History Museum. We were so glad to be in attendance as their photographer so we could share in the fun filled day! Every aspect of the event was perfection, down to the details, which really allowed Winny and Lee’s personalities and style to shine through!
Two of our favorite details from the night – the live band and the caricature artist! While we took photographs of the guests, Zach Trenholm sketched funny pictures of each one as the live artist of the night as the incredible Kolohe Band serenaded us as the sun set into the bay.
The fun continued on late into the night, allowing the strings of twinkle lights to light up the dance floor!