Our clients know that I try my best to be at the wedding ceremony rehearsal the night before. Taking the time to get to meet and know all the VIPs who matter the most to the bride and groom is just a real treat and makes a huge, positive difference in how we shoot a wedding. But a few days before their wedding, Amber asked me if I wouldn’t mind shooting their rehearsal dinner instead.
Salt Lick bbq? Sure, why not. Oh, about an hour before sunset? And blue hour? Whoa, yes.
Meet the pit and the masters of said pit.
Random fan for texture!
Side note: our family was saddened by the news that Trader Joe’s isn’t opening this year after all and we have to wait until 2014. Some of you will understand our mourning. I don’t drink wine but if I did, I’d probably have Two Buck Chuck.
If you ever eat at Salt Lick, I caution you: the family style is AMAZING. So amazing that I ate so much I was doubled over in pain for at least an hour afterwards. It was so, so good that I couldn’t stop.
Thanks for asking me to do this for you, Amber. I really enjoyed getting to meet your family and friends.