Published by Tiffany Stern
Photography by Tiffany Stern is diverse, unique and radiant. Her technique produces images that range from classic sophisticated elegance to cutting edge editorial. Her photojournalistic style allows her to effortlessly capture each image with ease and grace. Tiffany's extensive experience and training in lighting allow her to create dramatic images with minimal lighting set-ups.

ser01.jpgser02.jpgser03.jpgser04.jpgser05.jpgser06.jpgser07.jpgser08.jpgser09.jpgser10.jpgser11.jpgser12.jpgser13.jpgser14.jpgSarah and Daniel got married at Kehillat Israel temple in the Pacific Palisades. The Jewish wedding ceremony was officiated by the wonderful Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben. Rabbi Reuben is a pleasure to work with and always delivers heart felt ceremony speeches with a hint of humor. Sara and Daniel’s chuppah (a canopy traditionally used in Jewish weddings) was of particular sentiment because it was handing down and used in wedding ceremonies of their family members. Sarah’s Chuppah and bouquet are made of calla lilies.

Sarah and Daniel opted to see each other before the wedding so they could take care of the wedding photography before the ceremony. Seeing each other before the wedding is highly recommended for several reasons.

1. It cuts down on the time your guest have to wait and extends the time you get to celebrate at your wedding ceremony

coc 0.jpgcoc 3.jpgcoc 4.jpgcoc 6.jpgcoc5.jpgcoc4.jpgSpecialty wedding drinks are a cost effective way to give your wedding a unique flair. You can hire a professional ‘mixologist‘ to create a costume drink for your wedding or you can pick from a list on drinksecret.com. Specialty wedding drinks are always crowd pleasers, a great way to dress up your event while cutting down the bar expense and always look nice in your wedding photos. A great alternative to open bar, serve your guests beer and wine, and then one special cocktail.

Tips for creating your wedding signature drinks.

Garnish – A great garnish looks pretty and adds flavor to the drink. Sugar flavored rims on margarita glasses work well with fruity drinks. Flowers and fruit also make a great addition to the summer time cocktail.

Tiffany Photography has offered eco friendly wedding photography solutions for years. We were one of the first wedding photography studios to go all digital. Digital wedding photography allows us to use memory cards and eliminate the toxic process of developing film. Unlike some photography studios we do not make proof prints of every image from the wedding day. This allows us to cut down on cost and waste. You will, however, get a high resolution copy of all wedding images on DVD for your personal use.

All packages include Tiffany as the lead photographer, at least 5 hours of coverage, and the high resolution files on DVD. Almost all packages include a photography assistant and wedding album.

Wedding photography packages are custom created for each couple to insure you get exactly what you want without paying for extras you don’t need.

I was watching the Khloe KardashianLamar Odom wedding special on E! and noted that Khole expressed her dislike of veils. A lot of modern brides feel this way and many are opting not to wear a veil at all. Brides of today are lucky in that there really are no ‘rules’ in weddings. In fact most brides strive to be unique.

My favorite wedding hair style web pages www.haircomesthebride.com. One can find all kinds of great alternatives to veils. My personal favorite alternative is the wedding feather hair accessories. Other great wedding hair accessories include flowers, silk flowers, crystal wedding combs, bridal tiaras, wedding headpieces, rhinestone hair pins and combs jewelry made with cultured pearl.

If you are not quite ready to ditch the veil but want a hip vintage wedding hair style, try the blusher or birdcage veil. The blusher is the short part of the veil that covers the bride’s face during the ceremony. Many brides wear a blusher over the face in deference to their cultural heritage. During the ceremony, the blusher is lifted back over the head to reveal the bride.

In a Jewish wedding ceremony the veil is vital and is used for the Badeken. One should check with your officiant about any religious head-covering requirements before making the final decision.
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I love displaying at The Wedding Salon Los Angeles because it allows me to meet great vendors. This years show was held that the London Hotel in West Hollywood. At the show I met Josh Kafka from Blisscape. Blisscape is a travel agency that specializes in hip romantic travel and will help you put together an amazing honeymoon.
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I had the pleasure of photographing the wedding of actress/song writer Susan Brittian and football player Willie Gault at the Peninsula Hotel in Beverly Hills! I love working at this hotel and the on site wedding coordinator, Jamie Friedman, is extremely helpful and lovely to work with.

Susan’s gorgeous group of friends did a wonderful job helping her prepare for the wedding day.
Check out the design work on Susan’s amazing emerald cut engagement ring. The wedding florist Anna Yepremyan worked magic by creating a unique criss cross wedding aisle made of white rose petals and creating flower arrangements with a vibrant color scheme including blue, orange and pink hues.

Hannah and Brad got married in Santa Barbara at the beautiful Villa Verano on Saturday October 10th, 2009.

This unbelievable Mediterranean Villa is located on over 10 sprawling acres of impeccably landscaped gardens including exotic flowers, sunken gardens and avocado and fruit trees. The Villa has unbelievable views of the Pacific Ocean, Channel Islands and incredible sunsets, which can be seen from almost any room in the residence.

The wedding took place in the evening and Hannah and Brad’s wedding photography took place before the ceremony.

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