This Frank Sinatra Mansion Wedding in Los Angeles was full of energy, color, and so many sweet moments! After having plans change multiple times due to coronavirus, Madeline + David were finally able to tie the knot in June 2020.
This incredible location was the perfect backdrop for Mady + David’s wedding day! Surrounded by views of the valley, trios of palms, and rays of sunshine, it felt like we were transported to an oasis outside the city. Thanks to the historical nature of the property, there were endless spots for photos including a white marble room with a stripper pole (LOL).
A few moments that really stood out from this wedding day include:
Venue: Frank Sinatra Mansion in Woodland Hills
Wedding Planner + Florist: Petals & Greens
Cake: Emi’s Cakes
Bridal Attire: Kora Brides
Groom’s Attire: Zara
Thank you to Mady + David for this incredibly sweet review!
“If you need a photographer YOU MUST BOOK ERIN!!!!
I had the incredible experience of having Erin photograph my wedding. The list of good things I would have to say about her goes on and on. I had been told by many people that their biggest regret of their wedding was not getting a good enough photographer, thus why I was very picky on deciding on who would photograph me and my husband’s special day.
Erin literally BLEW US AWAY.
Honestly, the photos turned out better than we could have ever expected.
All of our family members and friends have raved about how AMAZING the photos are and how they look like they belong in a magazine. She captured every moment perfectly and went ABOVE AND BEYOND her job to give us the most perfect photos.
On top of this, Erin is an absolute pleasure to work with. She was constantly communicating and encouraging throughout our whole planning process. She was so supportive and always made us feel comfortable and taken care of.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDING HER IS AN UNDERSTATEMENT, and if you don’t believe me just take a look at some of her photos! You won’t regret booking her!!!!!!!!!!“
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