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Zsofia & Alex // Intimate Muir Beach Wedding Affair

February 17, 2022

Zsofia & Alex were one of the couples that had their wedding impacted by COVID. One among so many.

I first photographed their engagement session at Kirby Cove in San Francisco and after spending some time together I was just that much more excited for their big day. Zsofia and Alex are all heart and it shows. I knew their wedding was going to be sweet and lovely and all things love. What I didn’t know was just how far into the future we were going to have to push the date.

Zsofia reached out to me December of 2019. It’s been a long road to get here but make it we did 🙂 And we made it with beautiful foggy ocean tides and the most delicious wedding meal I’ve ever had… and that’s saying quite a bit.

Cheers to Zsofia & Alex and of course to this incredible team:

Coordinator: Andria Leigh Events

Hair & Makeup: Alexadra Mroz

Florals: Unwritten Florals

Chef: Stock & Bones Catering

Cake: Pretty Please Bakeshop

Paper goods: Andresen Printing

Rentals: Theoni Collection

Dress: Christina Sfez

Shoes: Flordeasoka

Suit: Zeglio Custom Clothiers

Rings: Gallery of Jewels

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In my house I print everything. I have stacks of prints that have yet to make it into albums but to me, the organization isn't what's important, it's having the prints to spread out on the floor and talk about with my two children. We've been doing that since they were tiny and the stacks just grow and we share more about what they remind us of and laugh together and sometimes cry a little too.

My son Dorian is 16 and my daughter Hazel is 18 and when they were 3 & 5 their father, my husband Igor, died of suicide. I hesitate to share this with you all because it's kind of heavy but I want you to know where my value in photographs comes from. My prints, those ones that we spread out on the floor, are the stories that they have left and are what keeps my memory fresh. We get to see his happy grin, his dance folly and the hugs he gave his loved ones. There are no possessions I treasure more than those images and there is no gift greater for Hazel and Dorian.

As we print new photographs of our lives, our story unfolds before us. We can map our journey as a family now of three. We can see where the images that include him stop and where our smaller team began and we have hand held evidence of our joys and our adventures reminding us always of the meaning and humor, regardless of loss, in life. 
Wedding days are such precious crowns of tenderness and hope. They bring people together that might otherwise never see one another. They can build bridges and mend broken hearts. I want the experience for you, of spreading out your images, picking each up and being reminded of that moment's joy and the people you shared it with over and over again. 

I photograph weddings because when memories fade, as they eventually do, what you have left are the photographs; physical, celebratory and lasting evidence of what was a magnificent coming together. Wedding days are for laughter and promises and gathering and they are an example of all things good in the world. If that's not worth documenting with full heart I don't know what is.

I'm eager to learn about you, your journey here & your wedding day dreams.


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