Post # 1
Do you have any suggestions for engagement session locations in the San Gabriel Valley (CA)?? I love flowers, but will be having a photo shoot at the Arcadia Arboretum on the day of our wedding (May 2008), so I was thinking indoors (like a museum)? If outdoors, more beachy?
Thanks for your help!
Post # 3
I haven’t been there in a few years, but The Huntington Library in San Marino might be a good location for your e-session. There are a variety of gardens including a japanese gardern, a rose garden that smells AMAZING in the spring, etc. and a couple of museums. You might also want to scope it out first to see if the gardens are in bloom.
Post # 4
Maybe the Norton Simon in Pasadena? Don’t know what their restrictions on photography are. Or lots of people seem to be doing Disney Hall downtown.
Post # 5
Oh, my gosh! I’m getting married on May 2008 too! Actually, My wedding day is 5/18/2008!
For the E-section photo shot, I agree with the idea of Hungtington Libary. It is a beautiful place. You definately will have wonderful pictures there!
Wish you all the best.
Post # 6
Thanks for your suggestions! They got my juices flowing and I started thinking about the Getty (museum or villa). I will proceed to email our photographer to see if he’s had any previous experience at these venues 🙂 I am muy excited, heehee!
Post # 7
I have not lived that way in a few years so I hope these places are still relevant… I won’t even go into how long ago I graduated from Alhambra 🙂
I have always loved the main Pasadena post office…
How about a local icon like In-N-Out (my Fiance would be jealous of anyone doing e-pics there). Go to one of the originals in Baldwin Park or even the one in Arcadia off the freeway is all right. Or even The Hat for a late night eating a Pastrami shoot with cars going by in the background.
Mission San Gabriel
Just walk Old Town Pasadena for nooks and crannies…
It is almost fair time… L A County Fair e-pics could be cute