Category Archives: Weddings

wedding gathering at the ace hotel dtla theatre with the flashdance

A little over 6 years ago, when we were fairly n00b’y in the wedding world, we heard rumors and whisperings of a magical being called the Flashdance [AKA Michael] and the notorious parties he spun for and produced around the world. Really. Then, we went to Vegas and experienced one of his said parties, and got what […]

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June 4, 2017 - 11:15 pm

Andrew Very strong images throughout, nice stuff!

June 1, 2017 - 2:54 pm

the flashdance boy i sure do love you guys. blushing.

walk of frame: leslie + eric’s smogshoppe wedding

culver city wedding photographers

Yesterday was the glorious wedding of Leslie + Eric in LA at the stunning green-filled SmogShoppe, so we’re keeping with our Walk of Frame habit and sharing a few faves from the day! getting ready at Palihotel. the bride. the groom. the smiles. the newlyweds! the dancin’ shoes. the sunset stroll. the cat-toss. [bouquet tosses are […]

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sunset wedding at the temple at burning man (kennedy + ryan are married!)

We could all really use a love fest right now.. or at least, I could. What better time to share Kennedy + Ryan’s white wedding at the temple at Burning Man last year? These are two very special people, and this was one incredibly magical night. Revisiting these frames pops some sun into any rainy […]

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destination wedding at the farm at dover (meghan + robert are married!) – nyc wedding photographers

You might remember Meghan + Rob from their engagement shoot in NYC awhile ago, but you’ll be sure to remember them after seeing a bit of their destination wedding at The Farm at Dover in Wisconsin. Y’all ready for this? “We met while working at restaurant in NYC’s West Village. We were friends for quite some […]

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new year, new portfolio!

When we first launched Woodnote, we started with a portfolio website. The best kind of website, in fact. The kind that had a flash slideshow and a song that played when you launched the site. (Everyone loves those, right? HA.) Then evolution happened, and the website wasn’t what we needed anymore, so we deactivated it and just […]

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