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Angela and Joey Ghana Ceremony and Wedding – {Los Angeles Wedding Photographer}

Two words to describe this weekend – bright colors and love! It was such a wonderful weekend celebrating Joey and Angela as they went through two ceremonies to say “I do!” – a traditional Ghana ceremony followed by an American ceremony at the Odyssey Restaurant, both extremely festive and colorful. It was so much fun going around with them and capturing the day and look who else snuck in some of the photos – my hubby! Joey is actually my husband’s uncle so it was double fun. And there were two things that really impressed me that weekend: 1. these ladies can make a very cool head piece out of a flat sheet of paper and 2. all the flowers were silk on the wedding day…umm hello genius for a hot day so your flowers don’t wilt!! Thanks again and wishing you all the happiness as you start your lives together.

The Ghana Ceremony ~The Wedding Day!!! ~

Also thanks to Stephanie for shooting with me for the wedding day & getting some of these awesome images! You are a rockstar! xo

May 29, 2012 - 7:25 am

Angela - One word Jenna, Wow!!!! I love every bit you captured. This is more than I could have asked for. Your work is quality and flawless. I cannot wait to share. I was really reliving the moment. What a generous gift!! Thank you.
Will call you soon.


February 8, 2013 - 2:16 am

Patricia Kayden - What a gorgeous couple! Just lovely. Especially loved the royal blue African wedding dress.

March 5, 2013 - 2:32 pm

Jay Fenton - This is the most beautiful couple I’ve seen in many years. Best wishes for many years of happiness. He’s a lucky man to have such a beautiful bride. They look great together!

March 6, 2013 - 5:18 pm

Brenda - Absolutely stunning! Gorgeous couple!

March 11, 2013 - 4:41 pm

Angela - @Patricia, Jay and Brenda… Thank you for your kind words, it was a wonderful 2-day celebration & thanksgiving. And I feel blessed :) . Jenna captured all the wonderful moments, she is excellent at what she does!

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