When Molly & Casey booked me a year ago, I knew this was going to be a gorgeous wedding. Molly is a graphic designer, a very talented one, and after following her boards on Pinterest for the past 10 months, I had no doubt that she had style. So, it was no surprise that she chose a Romona Keveza dress and Christian Boutin heals!!! I found a ball and chain on the Garden Pavilion's property (are you kidding me) so I just had to take this funny editorial shoe shot. That said, beyond the fab shoes, every detail at Molly & Casey's wedding was magnificently composed. Casey works at the Leland fly fishing ranch in Sonoma and so he and Molly developed their whole wedding with a fly fishing theme. I particularly loved the florals and table sets by Daisy Rose, featuring fishing lures in cool glass bobbles. Incidentally the Garden Pavillion, was just a couple of steps away from Leland, so we decided to trek on over to take advantage of the gorgeous property. Of course, while there, I just had to incorporate this radical 1930's truck and fly fishing rods into my shots. The bridal party was super fun to work with, and thankfully did not make fun of me while I acted like a kid in a candy store. Sonoma was a great playground that day and I'm so pleased with the variety of shots we captured, including my all time favorite night shot, with a crazy beautiful sky. Molly, Casey, your wedding was breathtaking, I tip my hat to the both of you. Thanks, also, to the pups. Y'all made great ring bearers!