Hay & Ford Wedding – Santa Barbara & Montecito, CA

November 27, 2014

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Now that this beautiful wedding has been published in the 2015 Spring/Summer issue of The Knot Magazine, I’m so happy to finally share images with you!  Kristen & Stewart’s Montecito/Santa Barbara wedding was simply beautiful and such a joy and honor to photograph!  Getting to photograph two Hay family weddings now and working with the Ford family was such a treat – both such great families and full of love and joy for each other.  Kristen’s beautiful lavender and mint wedding color palette and designs by TOAST events made for a gorgeous, fun and simple day and I’m so excited to share some of my favorite images.  Enjoy this part 1 blog post full of details, ceremony, wedding party and some of my all-time favorite bride and groom photos at the gorgeous San Ysidro Ranch.

Stay tuned for part two at the Montecito Country Club and their fantastic reception celebration coming next!

Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Ford!!  Wishing you two a lifetime of happiness and adventures!!

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Ceremony time at the beautiful Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Montecito – the exact church Kristen’s parents got married at!

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VENDORS:

Photography: Jessica Frey Photography

2nd Photographers: Chase + Jaime Photography

Ceremony: Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Montecito

Reception: Montecito Country Club

Coordinator/Floral/Event Design: TOAST Santa Barbara

Videography: Threaded Films

Officiant:  Msgr. Craig Harrison

Bridal Gown & Veil: Jin Wang, San Francisco

Hair & Makeup: Carlyle Salon, Christina Burns

Shoes: Jimmy Choo

Jewlery: Cartier, Tiffany & Co.

Bridesmaid Dresses: Joanna August, Bella Bridesmaids

Formalwear: Samuelsohn

Stationary: Letter Perfect Stationary     Caligraphy: Janice Blair Calligraphy & Design

Transportation: Santa Barbara Trolley

Accommodations & Rehearsal Dinner: San Ysidro Ranch

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The Knot Magazine – 2015 Spring & Summer Southern California Issue

November 26, 2014

It’s been fun keeping this one a secret….the day finally arrived yesterday as The Knot sent me a few copies of their 2015 Spring/Summer Magazine for the Southern California area that showcases one of my favorite weddings!  Kristen & Stewart’s Montecito Country Club wedding was selected as one of only 15 weddings for the Southern California area to showcase and inspire other couples!

It was such an honor to get to photograph my second Hay family wedding and when I was contacted to be Kristen’s photographer for her Santa Barbara (Montecito) wedding I was ecstatic.  I just adore her family and knew it would be a beautiful celebration full of love, laughter and gorgeous, simple decor.  It was a pleasure meeting the amazing Ford family as well and getting to document the Rehearsal Dinner and seeing how much these two families enjoyed celebrating Kristen & Stewart!

Here’s a look at the magazine – on stands now in San Diego/Orange County/Los Angeles and the Santa Barbara area!  I’ll be posting my images finally on the blog next week – it’s been so hard keeping it all under wraps!  Congratulations Mr. & Mrs. Ford!

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Wedding Photography for couples who believe that love is worth celebrating!!

Now Booking Austin/Texas/Destination Weddings for 2015!  Email for availability & investment information:  Jessica@JessicaFreyPhotography.com

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Baby Frey – 40 weeks pregnant!

November 24, 2014

Whew – you guys….we’re sooo ready to meet our “little” guy hopefully any day now!  Today is officially my due date and since the weather in Austin was perfect yesterday, I figured why not pull out the tripod and take a few photos of Eric and I at the end of this pregnancy.  I’ve been so blessed with an ‘easy’ non-sick, healthy 10 months so far and am praying for an easy, quick delivery (pain-free would be a miracle, yeah?!)  This first time mama can dream!  Anyway, thanks for sharing in today’s personal blog post and thank you to all of my amazing clients who have sent well wishes and have been so wonderful to work with the past few months!  I can’t wait to get back to photography in January and am so greatful to enjoy the next few months learning to be a mom and focusing on our little man!

Ahhhhh – we’re going to be parents soon!!!

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Wedding Traditions Answered

November 13, 2014

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There are numerous wedding traditions that happen at almost every wedding I’ve attended/photographed and thanks to a recent bridal shower I attended, I’m excited to do an entire blog post devoted to giving you some “answers” as to why certain traditions exist!  So, enjoy a cup of coffee on this cool day and play along to see how many you know!  If you’ve heard of a different answer, please leave your take in the comment section!

 

Why do we designate a specific ring finger?

The left ‘ring finger’ contains the vein of love.  In the third century B.C. physicians with their misguided interpretation of human anatomy thought that a vein of blood ran directly from the third finger on the left hand to the heart.  The vein was called vena amoris, or the vein of love.  Thus, it was compelling and logical that the third finger should be the perfect part of the body to bear a ring symbolizing eternal love and commitment.

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Why does the bride wear a veil?

It was believed that a veil wards off evil spirits by disguising the bride.  The ancient Greeks and Romans believed that a bride’s veil would ward off evil spirits and magically protect her from harm. Brides were veiled from head to toe, and only the husband could see the bride unveiled – so he could make sure he was indeed marrying the correct woman.

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Why does the bride wear a white gown?

This shows the brie and groom are considered royalty.  In 1499, Anne of Brittany wore the first knon white wedding dress in her wedding to Louis XII of France.  Women just wore their best dress up until then, but as people loved to follow the example of royalty, white wedding dresses started to be in vogue after that.

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Why does the bride stand on the left of the groom?

In order to defend his bride, the groom’s sword arm – his right arm must be free.

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Why does the bride carry a bouquet?

The carrying of a bouquet guarantees the couple many chances to have kids as flowers were originally integrated into wedding ceremonies as a symbol of fertility.  The very first bouquets were made of herbs, but as time passed, brides began clamoring for something a bit more glamorous.

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Why does the groom wear a boutonniere?

Throughout the Middle Ages, a knight going into battle or entering a jousting tournament often donned a token ribbon, scarf, flower or pennant of his lady’s family crest over the left arm of his armor, where it was close to his heart. This is where we get the popular expression, “wearing your heart on your sleeve.” Wearing a lady’s colors was considered the epitome of chivalry since it signified that he was fighting for her specifically. Modern men have adapted this centuries-old tradition by choosing a flower from the bride’s bouquet to pin upon the left lapel of the wedding suit.

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Why do we serve wedding cake to guests?

During ancient times, wedding ceremonies were finalized by breaking a large loaf of bread above the head of the bride. After the loaf was broken, the wedding guests would gather the crumbs as tokens of good luck. Eventually, the bread was replaced by cakes which became more elaborate over the centuries.

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Why does the couple cut the wedding cake together?

It symbolizes the couple’s shared future together as it is the first time the newlywed couple breaks bread as husband and wife, and it also demonstrates their pledge to support and nourish one another.

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Why does the wedding party dress alike?

The tradition of having members of the wedding party dress alike was started with the hopes that evil spirits will become confused and have a more difficult time distinguishing which one is the bride and prevent putting a hex on her.

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Why do we tie cans to the wedding car?

Tying tin cans to the back of the newlywed’s car recalls the ancient tradition of making loud noise to frighten away evil spirits.

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Why does the bride wear something blue?

“something blue” is a symbol of fidelity and constancy. This custom began in ancient Israel when during biblical times the color of purity was blue, not white.

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 Why do we have a ring bearer?

 The actual ring bearer tradition is believed to have evolved out of the Medieval era, where a young servant called a page, had the job of holding the bride’s train down the aisle along with a prayer book. Around this time, the actual ring for the bride was carried on a tip of a sword, which sounds a tiny bit scary. Fortunately, after a while, wealthy families added the pillow into the ceremony because pillow’s were very rare around that time, and were a way to show off their wealth. They also asymbolized good fortune for the couple. The rings were then tied onto the pillow to ensure that they wouldn’t be lost

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Why do we have a flower girl?

a) It is a fertility rite tradtion from ancient times. It was thought that strewing the path before a bride with flower petals would make her more fertile and cause her to get pregnant more quickly.

b) Apparently, back in the “old days” people didn’t wear shoes and their feet stunk. So they threw flower petals to keep the stink down to a minimum. Or the strong smell warded off evil spirits.

c) It originated so that brides wouldn’t have to walk on the dirt so flower girls would ‘pave’ the way with flower petals to keep the bottom of the brides dress clean.

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Why does the bride throw her bouquet?

The tossing of the bridal bouquet is a custom that roots in England and was believed to be a way for the bride to pass along her good fortune to others. Bridal guests would try and tear away pieces of the bride’s clothing and flowers in order to obtain this fortune. In attempt to get away from this tearing of her gown, the bride would toss her bouquet into the crowd. As tradition says, the single lady who catches the bouquet has received the bride’s fortune and will be next in line to marry.

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Why does the groom throw the garter?

Back in the 14th century England, wedding guests believed that owning a piece of the brides wedding dress would bring them good luck. The bride’s dress was literally torn. In order to keep the dress intact, they began throwing bridal garters to the male guests. The men often times would become too rowdy and attempt to remove the garter from the bride themselves. It eventually became custom for the groom to remove the bridal garter from his brides leg and throw it himself. The lucky man who catches the garter when it is thrown is said to be the next in line to marry. It also was a chance for the single men to share in the good fortune of the groom.

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Did any of those surprise you?  Any other traditions you want to hear about?  Have a wonderful day and weekend!!

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Megan & Daniel’s 6 year Wedding Anniversary

November 10, 2014

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This is one special family….and I’m so thankful that I got to spend some time with them a few weeks ago updating their family photos!!   You see, Daniel & Megan’s wedding – Nov. 8, 2008 was the very first wedding I ever had the honor of photographing!  It’s been exactly those last 6 years since I’ve seen them in person and couldn’t wait to meet their now beautiful family consisting of Joseph and Bonnie!  Now that we’re both back in Austin, it’s been great catching up and remembering the journey that started 6 years ago for them…and for me!  I never dreamed then how much I would LOVE being a wedding photographer – and am so thankful they gave me a chance which has led to where I am today!  Happy Anniversary you two – you will always have a special place in my heart!  (Special shout out thank you to my best friend Andria Schwind for meeting me in Florida that weekend to shoot this wedding with me!!  What memories!!)

And since we’re talking about their wedding anniversary and the start of my business…why not share a few photos from my first wedding ever!!

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Congratulations you two – Nov. 8th 2008

***I’m now booking 2015 couples for their wedding day!!  Email for availability and investment information:  Jessica@JessicaFreyPhotography.com***

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