debbie + andrew: wedding editorial | bishop, california.

crowley love. there’s something special and sweet about it. it’s that indescribable sense of community and support found in and through those that grew up or live in this small mountain town. it’s so real that it’s nearly palpable and it is such that marks crowley lake as a hometown worth coming home to. crowley love goes beyond hilton creek. it’s portable because it’s not merely about the aspens, or the lake days, or skating ojai. it’s about a community of people that cares for it’s own (and those who come and go) and cherishes moments of togetherness. and of course opportunities to celebrate.

yesterday was just that. a celebration. and a day filled to the brim with crowley love. it was tom jackson’s homemade lasunaga. it was tight squeezes from longtime friends. heartfelt toasts to a long and happy marriage. it was a tear-filled exchange of vows. it was a father marrying his son. a dad walking his baby girl down the aisle of a one-hundred year old church. debbie + andrew’s wedding was the personification of crowley love and that my friends was a beautiful thing and a day worth remembering. so i hope this helps…and i hope you get a sense of that precious crowley love. (for the complete wedding editorial, you can view their wedding day slideshow here).
to start the day off, i met up with the ladies at american beauty salon as they were being pampered and primped for the big day. part of the fun was getting to hang out with some childhood friends who are strewn about the country but all came back to town to stand by debbie’s side.

check out debbie’s fabulous raspberry heels by nina.

the bridesmaid’s shoes by steve madden. one of debbie favorite details.

beautiful hydrangea bouquets by valley florist.
the beautiful bride.

debbie and andrew opted for a first look, and it was a beautiful and intimate moment and it gave us a bit more time to get some epic photos in crowley before the ceremony.

we stumbled upon an awesome aerostream trailer. vintage. and groovy. love.

the groom.

the ladies. i seriously had a blast spending the day with this crew. they are fantastic.

the boys.

the guys were all up for anything. so since we had a few extra minutes before we headed south, we went up to the hills opposite crowley for some awesome album cover inspired shots.
i love this moment.
i just about died when i saw this church. it was gorgeous and that light pouring in through the stained glass? wow! not to mention debbie’s chic lo boheme birdcage veil.
debbie and andrew collected vintage bottles and glassware to adorn the tables. yes please.
i love me some sparklers. they make for some awesome photos.

for the rest of the story, view their wedding day slideshow here. special thanks to my family for taking turns assisting me throughout the 12 hour day. you’re the bestest. i’ve never been so hydrated in my life thanks to my mama. :-)
  • Susanna - Couldn't help the tears. You never saw a more beautiful bride than my sister Debbie or a more handsome groom than Andrew. The LOVE!! The love between them is amazing. These pictures are INCREDIBLE, beyond fantastic, and really capture what the day was all about. Jeff, you are cool. Thank you! And thanks to your family. I can only imagine how tired you were at the end of the day, but so worth it, eh? God bless.ReplyCancel

  • kris rupp - Love these images, especially the fun groupings of the bridal party. What a great job!!!ReplyCancel

  • featured // bridal musings. « j. shipley blog - […] tickled pink that she invited me to grace her cyber-pages. So I sent over a series of images from Debbie + Andrew’s Bishop wedding and HERE is the beautiful feature she pulled together. Yay for my first international publication […]ReplyCancel

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