Here and there, we’ll have a wedding where the bride and groom don’t see each other before the ceremony, but they “meet” each other before the ceremony. This is usually done around a door or wall so that they can hear each other and even hold hands, but without breaking the age-old tradition of not seeing your bride before the wedding. Well, with Angela and Ben’s first “meeting,” we saw one of the most sincere and genuine outpourings of emotion and love. We could see that these two were really, really excited/nervous/elated/touched/giddy/pumped to get married to each other. So take a look at the story as it unfolds below and you’ll see what we experienced that wedding day with our Roosevelt Hotel wedding photography.
Preparation at the Roosevelt Hotel
Wedding Ceremony at the Holy Family Catholic Church
Back to the Roosevelt Hotel
After the wedding ceremony, we headed over to the Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood for more wedding photography of our bridal party. We love photography on rooftops in Los Angeles.
We found this awesome little spot in the Roosevelt Hotel. It was an empty club/bar, which made for some great wedding photography opportunities.
Roosevelt Hotel Wedding Reception
Here is the overhead view of the reception hall at the Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood.
This article shows us doing Roosevelt Hotel wedding photography in Hollywood, Los Angeles County. It also includes a Filipino Catholic ceremony at the Holy Family Catholic Church. It is important that your wedding photographer knows how to get the best images out of an often restrictive catholic ceremony. We have years of experience that count on the wedding day.
Check out the rest of our blog for more examples of Hollywood wedding photography and Los Angeles wedding photojournalism. You can also see more recent work on our Instagram account, where you can see moments as they happen like with this exact wedding.