Sunday, March 29, 2009

Keisha Zollar to Noah Levin

Keisha + Noah = crazy fun.

This couple is like no other. They're hysterical beyond description (they're both comedians), insanely smart (Keisha's an actress and Noah's a math teacher), and madly in love. It was creative bliss planning the Temecula wedding of this New York couple (who originally met while attending UCSD), where life was celebrated loudly and tradition was honored joyfully.

Not bad that The Image Is Found was invited to document the day with their masterful eye and raw talent. Feast your eyes, Folks.


The ladies kicked off the day with what Wilson Creek Winery is best known for - almond champagne.


While the day to come would have its moments of the unexpected and unabashed, Keisha kept to the bridal tradition of something old, something new, something borrowed...


...and something blue.





A special moment for Keisha and her mother.


But always the actress, Keisha couldn't pass up the opportunity to play out her interpretation of Bridezilla.




And then back to the task at hand...her vows.


Meanwhile, Noah prepared for the day surrounded by friends and family.



Noah was faithful to his studies as well.



Lest he forget.
Stunning portraits of the beautiful bride...





All facets of Noah's personality documented.








Eagerly anticipating the ceremony to come.






The ceremony was a beautiful blend of culture and tradition.


A libation toast to the couple's ancestors and the mixing of the four elements.



Signing the Ketubah.





Breaking the glass.


And the traditional high five.


Ready to get down and celebrate...


...but first, some time to soak in the magic of their moment.





Florals and decor were in keeping with the inspiring surroundings of wine country...



But the cake. That was all Keisha and Noah.


The Bride and Groom (adorned in the robe he was known for wearing around UCSD campus) at their reception.

And their friends and family celebrating the marriage.

As favors...framed engagement photos of the couple.


The couple's first dance.

A lovely moment for Noah and his mother.


Keisha and her father grooved down the dancefloor.



The Horah.


The relief.

Cake cutting (please note Noah's robe...a surprise for Keisha).




Cut throat competition for the bouquet.



Throwing elbows for prime placement...


...for the infamous garter toss.


Dancing it out...



...and loving it all.

Photography: The Image Is Found
Catering: The Forge
Entertainment: Music As You Like It
Hair styling and makeup artistry: Clairestyle
Shuttle services: The Grapeline