The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe | Wren and Scott | Feb. 2010

By, May 25, 2010

Photography By: True Photography
Coordinator: Marianna from The Inn at Rancho Santa Fe
Cake: VG Bakery
Flowers: Franco’s Flowers
DJ : Vox DJ

From our bride, Wren:

Our Story: Scott was playing college baseball when a mutual friend of theirs on the Softball team introduced him to me. There was instant chemistry and we have been together ever since. That was in 2001! After graduating from UCSB, both Scott and I returned to Los Angeles to begin our careers. Scott, an avid sports fan, is an Associate Producer for Fox Sports Net. I worked for several years as Business Analyst and Project Manager before moving into Event Planning. Scott proposed to me on my 26th birthday. While opening birthday gifts, he slipped the ring box in the bottom of a new pair of Uggs. When I couldn’t get my foot into the Ugg, I reached into the boot and pulled out a ring box – to only look up and see Scott on one knee.

Since Scott and I both live in Los Angeles, it wasn’t always easy planning a wedding down South, especially when it came to finding the best vendors! After talking – and meeting – with several photographers in the San Diego area, both my Mom and I spoke with Aaron at True Photography. Aaron won us both over! He was so nice, yet very easy to talk to and never pushy. He accommodated all of our needs, and was always available to answer questions. Our photographer Michael even arranged our Engagement shoot over the Christmas/New Year holiday! The wedding was amazing, the shots that Michael and Janice captured are unbelievable! Could not have asked for more! Scott and I feel so lucky that we had such wonderful Vendors, we had a perfect day!


Wild Animal Park | Amy and Simon | Jan. 2010

By, May 14, 2010

Photography By: True Photography
Venue: San Diego, Wild Animal Park

How our friendship began….

Gardening brought us together. We both worked for a non-profit called the San Francisco League of Urban Gardners (SLUG), though at different times. On a cloudy Saturday afternoon in June 2003, Amy was tending one of the gardens used for educational purposes. Amy looked up to find Simon standing next to the fence covered in pink passion flowers. Conversation began. Since Amy worked for SLUG’s education department and Simon used to, he would drop by the office to visit with friends and Amy and Simon’s friendship began to take hold. Mutually intrigued, phone numbers were exchanged and plans were made to hang out at a local restaurant and Golden Gate Park. Summer turned to fall and fall to winter and our friendship grew deeper.

More than friendship….

Sitting on Amy’s desk that Valentine’s Day was a dozen roses and card that simply said “Happy Valentine’s Day”.
Amy: Who is my mystery admirer, I thought? Though I suspected it was Simon. On a run through Gold Gate Park with Simon and a friend, I wondered aloud, ‘I was given a dozen roses today but no one signed the card? Any ideas?’
Simon: Um, were they red roses?
Amy: Yep
Simon: “Oh, they’re from me, but there must have been a mistake at the flower shop because I asked them to send you a bouquet of flowers, he must of thought I meant roses.”
I was really scared because I realized red roses were a sign for love. I was concerned I might mess up our friendship. Yet the mistake that was made by the flower shop was really a blessing because we started to look at each other in a different way.
Amy: But really, I had already started to like Simon, he just didn’t know it yet.
Once we spoke with Aaron at True photography, we knew our decision had been made. He listened to what we were looking for in a photographer, chose a photographer from their team to match our style, made us feel at ease and made the whole process effortless.  Our photographers, Bob and Billie had an endless stream of ideas and they made us feel relaxed. Thank you for capturing the special moments of our wedding day and turning them into a storybook of memories that will always bring us joy.

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