Brian Evans Photography | Jim and David - The Vows - Palm Springs, CA

Jim and David - The Vows - Palm Springs, CA

November 14, 2014  •  3 Comments

From time to time, my wife Jessica will photograph a wedding with me. I figured since she was a part of this day and a much better writer than myself that I would let her share some words about the wedding...

David and Jim undoubtedly have a genuine and deep love for one another. Even as an outsider, it is evident  in the way David and Jim look at each other that they share a sincere understanding and respectful love. The incredibly heartfelt vows David and Jim expressed to one another set the romantic tone for the evening. 

As the sun began to disappear behind the San Jacinto Mountains, the ceremony came to an end with the traditional first kiss and they were pronounced married. Following the recessional, family joyfully gathered around the grooms to congratulate them. 

On this beautiful occasion, the grooms were looking quite dapper. The small details - cufflinks, and ties added the personal touches that made their ensembles exquisite.

Standing next to the grooms in stunning tangerine, the wedding party included the grooms’ children and siblings. The boutonnieres and small bouquets added to the perfect pop of color. Everyone was so joyous, especially David and Jim, who hold such strong love for their families. Watching them interact with their loved ones made the event even more exceptional. Jim beamed around his three children who all support him and David together. David's sister Suzanne lovingly officiated the ceremony. The entire family element of the day made it all the more touching. 

The stunning Parker Palm Springs was the perfect backdrop as it is sentimental to David and Jim. The wedding florals and decor lent itself beautifully to the simple and eclectic elegance of the venue. The happy grooms seemed to soak in every detail and every moment of their special day. 

David, Jim and their families were such a joy to photograph. We left their wedding feeling incredibly fortunate for having the opportunity to have met them and be a part of their special day. We wish them a lifetime of love, laughter and happiness. 



Venue: Parker Palm Springs

Florals: Design by Frederick

Event Coordinator: Design by Frederick

Cake: Over the Rainbow, Roman Blas

Guitarist: David Adele

Groom's Suits: Hugo Boss

Groom's Shoes: Magnanni

Groom's Ties: Hermes

Rings: Tiffany & Co.

Cufflinks: Tiffany & Co.

Wedding Party Necklaces: Tiffany & Co.

Invitations: Paper Source



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Wow, I want to congratulate you. The wedding is awesome. Besides, the photos are wonderful!! You look very happy and joyful! Thank you for sharing!
David Pearson & Jim Cross(non-registered)

There just aren't enough superlatives to tell you how beautiful these photos are that you've posted to your Blog of our wedding on 10/12/14 at the Parker Palm Springs. They are simply amazing.

First though, we'd like to start off by saying how touched we were by the introduction to the Blog that Jessica wrote. It is very sweet. Our family is so important to us and our wedding celebration was made even that more special with our close family there to support us and celebrate our joy to be married.

As for the pictures you posted to the Blog, each one, in one way or another, brings back a memory or an emotion, a surprise or a reflection of the tenderness and love that Jim and I felt that day. You captured what our day meant to us. We noticed your picture choices and the care you took in choosing which photo over another captured "the moment." This is no easy task and it shows your talent as not only a photographer but also as a practiced story teller. In addition, the more elegant and artsy Parker Mid-Century wall photos surpassed our expectations. They are so elegant and unique Jim's daughter insists they go in a magazine. We don't know about that ... but we can say we love 'em.

Many thanks,
David & Jim
What a beautiful and classy wedding! That wall is fabulous! Love the venue!
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