harben & ryan | paradise cove, malibu wedding

harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan
harben & ryan

Can you have a spirit wedding? I think this one's mine.

Harben and I met in college where she baked the tallest apple pie I'd ever seen. Flash forward a few years into San Francisco where she and Ryan had begun their lives together. I got to spend an afternoon with them running around their neighborhood, so I already knew the actual wedding day was going to be a lot of fun. 

Everything about this wedding was thoughtful and meaningful. From the actual ceremony just outside Harben's childhood home to the foraged greens from friends and even the serendipitous low tide and full moon. This was a stunner and I'm happy to have been a part of it.

Thanks for having me, Harben and Ryan! See more details and photos featured over at Green Wedding Shoes.