I love photographing my fellow business owners for their portfolio! It’s so important for your brand to have professional images showing who you are as a person and for your business. Working with our business clients is something I love! It is so awesome to come up with some fun ideas that not only show what they do and why they love it but what makes them who they are! Like Taryn here … I remember our conversation … She told me all about her event business specializing in private parties. She wanted images to represent how fun she is, but also that she is a business owner. As our conversation continues, she told me that balloons are a big thing for her – she includes them in every event. Another important fact is that most of her clients are Beverly Hills based.

So together, we came up with a location and theme that showcased these elements for her clients. I didn’t realize how big a part of her business balloons were until she rolled out this giant helium tank from the back seat of her car. I was dying laughing, I mean that is commitment, guys! I couldn’t believe she not only owned this tank, but brought it with her! The lighting and setting were perfect and her outfits not only compliment her and her personality, but her business as well. I had such a fun time getting to know Taryn during the shoot as we walked around the park with giant balloons and captured her fun energetic and sweet personality.

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Well, here we are again with one of my favorite people, Lina, and her baby Cruz. I always love to kick off the year with a newborn session. Reminds me of a new start and a fresh beginning. I mean, come on…aren’t they just the cutest to look at? Gives you all the snuggles and cuddle feels, right?!

We know that sometimes deciding to do a newborn session can be tough. You hear that we photograph in the first 3-10 days and you’re wondering, “How in the world am I going to incorporate a newborn session into your already chaotic schedule that this precious little baby has just turned upside down?” We get it. As a matter of fact, Lina was in the exact situation. She kept going back and forth, trying to decide if she should do a session. But she made the decision and just decided to do it – and it was probably her best decision ever!

She called me and we got her scheduled asap, because before you know it, those first 10 days will have come and gone, and the window to photograph a newborn is gone. This is why we highly recommend scheduling the session before baby even arrives. That way, it’s on the calendar and you won’t forget or let the time pass you by. Because, as any new mom will tell you, you won’t remember what day it is, maybe even what your husband looks like, much less have the brain power to call and schedule a newborn session.

Lina told me she is so glad that she did it. Even though it was a struggle during those first 2 weeks and maybe not in the budget for that month, she cherishes those images to this day and reflects back on how tiny he was. All the emotions of having this little man come into her and her husbands world and changing their meaning of love and life come flooding right back. It doesn’t get any better than that!

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For all you newly engaged, first of all … live in the bliss of your engagement … celebrate it … enjoy it … together. I know this time can get overwhelming with all the questions that people will start asking and the planning that will soon take place. So, we recommend that you make sure and take time for the two of you to celebrate. Enjoy your cloud nine. With that being said, we also know you’re always looking for some amazing inspiration and unique ideas for your wedding. So take a look at these images from the Luxe Linens Showcase!
This is the time of year when we kickstart our 2018 engagement season. Are you looking to get married this year? Well, you’re in for an explosion of everything good and inspirational!
We were invited to a FABULOUS event where some of the best event designers and florists came together to create some unique and special design inspiration for you. They’re all centered around the gorgeous linen products from Luxe Linens!
We’ve got a little bit of everything: modern, rustic, classic, romantic, unique … there’s some great inspiration here from some amazing design teams! There was so much to see and photograph, there’s just no way to get it all into one post. So today, we’ll share part one! Just be sure to check back soon for part two.

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Host + Linen: LUXE Linen // Design + Planning: A Good Affair // Floral Design: Little Hill Floral Design // Rentals: Revelry Event Design + Dish Wish Events // Venue: Vibiana // Bridal Gown: JINZA Couture Bridal // Lighting: High Voltage Lighting // PR + Marketing: Rayce PR // Photography: Krista Mason Photography

Romantic Victorian

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Host + Linen: LUXE Linen + Rayce PR  / Planning + Design:  Charis Events & Design / Floral Design: Avant Garden Events / Rentals: Revelry Event Design + 204 Events // China: Dish Wish Events / Lighting: High Voltage Lighting / Paper Goods: Calligraphy Katrina / Bridal Gown: JINZA Couture Bridal / Cake:  The Butter End / Venue: Vibiana / Photography: Krista Mason Photography

Cleopatra

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Host + Linen: LUXE Linen // Design + Planning: Eddie Zaratsian // Floral Design: Tic-Tock Couture Florals // Rentals: Revelry Event Design + Dish Wish Events // Venue: Vibiana // Bridal Gown: Jinza Bridal // Lighting: High Voltage Lighting // PR + Marketing: Rayce PR // Photography: Krista Mason Photography

Romantic Spring Dream

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Table Vendors: Host + Linen: LUXE Linen // Design + Planning: Kelsey Events // Floral Design: Ixora Floral Studio// Rentals: Revelry Event Design + 204 Events // China: Dish Wish Events // Paper Goods: Design and Prints by Arianna Nicole // Venue: Vibiana // Lighting: High Voltage Lighting // PR + Marketing: Rayce PR // Photography: Krista Mason Photography

Extravagant Floral

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Table Vendors: Host + Linen: LUXE Linen // Design + Planning: Platinum Weddings by Kerrie // Floral Design: Empty Vase // Rentals: Revelry Event Design + 204 Events // Menus: Honeycrisp Designs // Venue: Vibiana // Lighting: High Voltage Lighting // PR + Marketing: Rayce PR // Photography: Krista Mason Photography

Iridescent Allure

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Table Vendors: Host + Linen: Luxe Linen | Design + Planning: Hilary Hamer Weddings and Events | Floral Design: Commerce Flowers| China: Dish Wish | Rentals: Revelry Event Design + 204 Events | Venue: Vibiana | Lighting: High Voltage Lighting | Venue: Vibiana | Cake: Fantasy Frosting | Bridal Designer: Jinza Couture Bridal | Photography: Krista Mason Photography | PR + Marketing: RaycePR
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This time of year gets everybody talking about the coming trends for the New Year. What are the hottest colors for 2018? What fashion styles will be in? What will the florals look like? What will guests see when they walk into the venue?

If you know anything about us here at Krista Mason Photography, you’ll know that we are ALL ABOUT THE DETAILS!! Let’s talk about what all of the gorgeous brides-to-be will be pinning to their wedding Pinterest boards this year!

1. Navy is the New Black

From tuxes to invitation to bridesmaid dresses, navy is the new black. Think of it as your new favorite neutral!

Vendors: photography: Krista Mason Photography // Event Design by The Lynden Lane Company   // Venue: Montage Laguna Beach //Florals Keith J Laverty  // Linens La Tavola Fine Linen   // Furniture Found Rentals  // Tableware casa de perrin

2. Silver and Chrome

Every girl needs a little bling in her life..metallics are shifting from gold and rose gold to silver and chrome this wedding season!

Vendors: photography: Krista Mason Photography // event design: A Stunning Affair // Florals: Peony and Plum // Linen: LUXE Linen

3. Formality

I’ll admit I am super excited about this one. Black tie is back! From outdoors to indoors, couples are opting to have a more formal event, even requesting a black tie attire. With lots of elegance and classic touches in design and attire, this year is sure to be all about the formal.

Vendors: photography: Krista Mason Photography // Event Design: Aliana Events // Venue: The London West Hollywood

4. Hanging Flowers

Hanging flower installments are here to stay and we couldn’t be happier. Playing with heights, textures and various viewpoints, flower installments will continue to be on trend for 2018.

Vendors: photography: Krista Mason Photography // Venue: Howl // Event Coordination: Nicole George Event Planning & Design // Floral Design & Calligraphy: Peony & Plum // Rentals: Signature Party Rentals

5. Texture

Texture everywhere! Expect to see lots of texture and layers in the details – from the linens to flowers and even the dresses!

Vendors: photography: Krista Mason Photography // Linen: LUXE Linen // Planning + Design:  Charis Events & Design // Floral Design: Avant Garden Events // Rentals: Revelry Event Design + 204 Events // China: Dish Wish Events // Lighting: High Voltage Lighting //Paper Goods: Calligraphy Katrina // Cake:  The Butter End // Venue: Vibiana

6. Entertainment

Couples are looking for new and creative ways to entertain their guests. Couples want their guests to have an incredible experience and are incorporating unique ways to keep them entertained. Such as photobooths, food entertainment, and live performances like these amazing synchronized swimmers.

Vendors: photography: Krista Mason Photography // event planning – Chic Celebrations // florals: Lauryl Lane  // venue: Hummingbird Nest Ranch

7. Woodsy Look

Gone are the days of rustic and burlap; 2018 will bring a outdoorsy, woodsy look. Think wood accents and lots of greenery as florals. Greenery will be everywhere, bringing in that natural woodsy element.

Vendors: photography: Krista Mason Photography // event planning – Chic Celebrations // florals: Lauryl Lane  // venue: Hummingbird Nest Ranch

8. Dark and Moody

The color trend of the year will be dark and moody. With darker textured flowers, and color pallets that are darker, richer, more dramatic.

Vendors (left): photography: Krista Mason Photography //Linen: LUXE Linen // Design + Planning: Kelsey Events // Floral Design: Ixora Floral Studio // Rentals: Revelry Event Design + 204 Events // China: Dish Wish Events // Paper Goods: Design and Prints by Arianna Nicole // Venue: Vibiana

Vendors (right): photography: Krista Mason Photography // venue: The Fig House // event design: Chic Celebrations // florals: Lauryl Lane

9. Food Trends

Food is becoming a top priority for our couples. Gone are the days of bland chicken cooked a million different ways. Please your inner foodies with unique food stations or food that is personalized and has special meaning to the couple.

Vendors: photography: Krista Mason Photography // venue: The Fig House // catering: roomforty

10. Smaller Guest Count

More and more couples are cutting back on their guests list these days and only inviting those that are near and dear to them. Who will be in your inner circle?

Vendors: photography: Krista Mason Photography // venue: Montage Kapalua Bay // event design: Chic Celebrations // florals: Lauryl Lane

If you’re planning your 2018 wedding right now, we certainly hope you’ll keep us in mind for your wedding photography needs.  With our 15+ years of experience, we are confident that we can make you feel gorgeous and your images will surpass your expectations! Contact us today to schedule your engagement session … let us help you feel beautiful for your fairy tale wedding!

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Renata and Alec’s wedding at the Millwick was one of my favorites last year! I loved Renata immediately from our very first conversation all the way through to the wedding day and beyond. Psst, don’t tell anyone this was a DIY wedding, because you would never guess it by looking at these images!  This bride had vision and she made her dream wedding happen. That’s a rare gem to find!

Renata and Alec had relocated from Southern California to North Carolina last year. Even though they were still trying to settle into their new life, they decided to go ahead and have their wedding in Southern California where all their friends and families still live. Renata chose the unique Millwick as the perfect setting for their earthy boho vibe wedding

The most important thing Renata wanted for her wedding day was to be present in the moment and we made sure that happened. As it so happened, on the day of her wedding, Renata was running about 15 minutes late and was very stressed out about this. As she frantically ran through the doors, she kept telling us that she so sorry for being late. We all told her that everything was fine and to just take a deep breath, relax, be in the moment and enjoy the process. We assured her that everything would be just perfect.  All she had to do was relax and get dressed and just take it all in … we knew we would catch up later.

Renata later told me that was the turning point of her day. My being able to assure her that everything was going to be perfect relaxed her and she settled in. She was able to relax and get dressed with her mom with ease and joy. I’m so happy that we were able to do that for the couple.

Our ability to connect with a couple on that personal level will always result in not only amazing images, but also go a long way to making their big day perfect! We’re able to reassure our couples that we understand what they’re going through and what they’re feeling. We know exactly how to get them what they want – not just amazing images, but also help their vision for their perfect day come alive.

From those first stressful moments, everything for the rest of the day went just perfect: their first look, the beautiful ceremony, Renata and Alec walking down the aisle together for the first time as husband and wife, their first dance (which was the most beautifully choreographed dance, BTW), all the way through to their kicking party!

Renata and Alec were present and enjoyed the time with friends and family. I’m so happy they were able to have the beautiful intimate ceremony and reception and the funnest of parties!

Their wedding might not have gone according to the plan, and it was hard for Renata’s Type A personality to let that go, but she did and she had the best time with her husband and all their friends and family.

Renata did an excellent job sourcing all of her vendors from the florist, to her coordinator and the DJ, and of course, myself, her photographer. She knew what she wanted and she went for it! She was looking for a boho rustic organic natural vibe for her wedding and she nailed it!

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Event Planner: Ro & Co Events // Venue: Millwick // Florals & Signage: Shindig Chic // Catering: Little Nelly // Service Ware: Borrowed Blu // DJ: The FlashDance // Cocktails & Bartending: The Whaling Club // Desserts: Coolhaus // Photography: Krista Mason Photography

 

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This time of year is a perfect time to take the opportunity for personal reflections and setting new goals and intentions. Many call it New Year’s Resolutions, but I believe you can set new goals at anytime of the year. I actually started the biggest goal ever last year during the week of Thanksgiving. Without going into too much detail, I set a goal to have one dessert a week. (If you’d like to know more, shoot me an email!) Yup, I DID set this goal at the beginning of the holidays! Not only do I have the biggest sweet tooth and would eat dessert constantly if I could, all the holiday treats were arriving at my door, so this is a goal that I never thought I would be able to stick to, much less accomplish. But, with the help of my amazing coach, one year later I still continue to have only one dessert a week.
 
Throughout the year, I would reflect on this goal and … well … one goal lead to another that lead to another and 30 pounds lighter (yay me!) I am still making new goals throughout the year. While making goals might be the “thing to do” during this season, don’t forget you can actually make them at anytime, just like I did. Another important thing to remember at the end of the year? Reflect on how far you’ve come! Too often, we get caught up in the goals we didn’t accomplish or the goals we’ve yet to set … I do it all the time. I’ve learned how important it is to take a step back, reflect, congratulate myself and then reassess. Here are a few tips on how and why this is an important part of goal setting and some of my favorite tools to help me stay on track.

Celebrate

I think the most important thing we forget is to look back and see what we have accomplished and congratulate ourselves on this. It’s way too easy to be hard on ourselves. It takes a conscious effort to look back at all the things we actually accomplished. Chances are you have accomplished more than you think. I know there’s been a lot this year, but in the moment I’ll admit I forget. So sit down and take a few minutes to jot down at least 3 accomplishments you’ve had this year. Now … celebrate these and give yourself a pat on the back for a job well done! Bonus tip: I do this daily as I journal. I write down 3 things I am proud of from the day before.
 

What’s Working and What Needs Improvement

Who starts their list with the biggest intentions of making all kinds of change? I do, I do! But then over time, all those best intentions fall by the wayside. I’m guilty of this every day! Whether it be my todo list or my goals, my list is usually more than what is realistic. Haha! But with the help of my Day Designer planner (I highly recommend this), I see what I can truly accomplish and what goals I can actually achieve by writing them down. Remember, goals can’t be achieved unless we lay the foundation to make them happen. While it’s important to set those big goals, don’t forget that it’s those small ones that build up to the big ones. You can’t change or do everything at once. I didn’t instantly lose 30 pounds, it took a whole year. I started with one dessert a week, then walking 10k steps, then lowering my calories and now I am doing bootcamp. It was the combined effort that made it possible. I should also share that I didn’t reach my goal for the end of the year, but I’m so proud of what I have done that it doesn’t matter. This is the time to look back and see what worked and what didn’t, without judgement. Just an honest acknowledgment of what didn’t work and set about making adjustments to realign yourself to make it work in the future. Think of it as something new you learned about what you can do differently to achieve those goals in the future. Make a list of your goals ( I set goals for myself professionally, personally, financially, healthy and with relationships) … go ahead, write them down…all of them… big or small. Then decide what’s worth keeping and what needs ditching. I do this with my daily todo list as well. I write down everything that needs to be done and then what I think I can actually accomplish in one day.

Reassess Goals

Now it’s time to review. Do your goals (professionally and personally) align with the kind of life you want to live? My starting goal was to actually be more fit and I have to say I have achieved that and continue working towards a fitter me, but then it grew into other goals and that’s ok. Remember you can reset and reassess goals at anytime, not just at the end of the year. Do your goals get you to one step closer to the person you aspire to be? I didn’t necessarily want to become a health nut, that isn’t in alignment with who I am (at least for the moment), but I did want to be more fit and healthy. I still have my cheat day and I don’t live at the gym, but I am stronger and more fit and I have a healthier relationship with food.
 
Here are some of my favorite tools that I use for goal setting and journaling:

Let me know what some of your accomplishments were this year! Leave a comment or tag me in your Instagram post! I can’t wait to hear some of your success stories!

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It’s been another wonderful year filled with amazing weddings, engagement, portraits and some of the best clients! We have pulled together the Best of 2017 … some of your favorites and ours, too! Everything from your favorite Instagram post to your favorite tips.  Stick it out to the end for a festive holiday cocktail recipe from Tal, one of my favorite mixologists from Pharmacie!

Your Favorite Tip

Your favorite tip of the year is a big one for many of our engaged couples, 5 Things to do to get started planning your wedding. Visit the post to get a recap on 5 things to do before you start planning.

Your Favorite Instagram Posts

We love your engagement with us on Instagram!! Here are the top 3 posts from this year according to YOU!! Looks like 2018 is going to be beautiful and classic!

Your Favorite Facebook Post

It was a tie between these two posted on Facebook this year! The excitement of just being wed and the beauty of this stunning table by Nicole George Events and Peony and Plum.

 

Your Favorite Krista and Aldo Adventure

Scotland and the Cairngorms were on our top list as well! But you guys were the sweetest, loving the pictures of Aldo and I at Arthur’s Seat! Those rolling green hills are to die for, I’ll admit, and it was so fun walking around being photographed by our good friends.

Favorite Portrait Session

Oh yeah, this was a good one! This gorgeous maternity session has opened up a new love for in-home maternity portraits for me.

Favorite Wedding

This was a close one, but in the end you all loved this beautiful Palos Verdes wedding at Wayfarers Chapel. I mean, with this adorable couple and beautiful glass chapel with stunning views, it’s hard not to love!

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Favorite Styled Shoot

This was such an amazing shoot! So much color, so many bridal styles, so much beautiful awesomeness! All rolled into one killer shoot with my favorite dream team, Chic Celebrations and Lauryl Lane! I have a surprise for you next year involving this awesome dream team!

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Favorite Engagement Session

Those Santa Ynez views and sunsets are my favorite too! This beautiful engagement session was filled with as many surprises as it was stunning images!

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Favorite Cocktail

Well, if you’ve made it this far, you deserve a cocktail!! So, as promised, here’s one of my favorite holiday cocktails! As a bonus, Tal has graciously given us his secret recipe! If you try it out this holiday season, we’d love to see your version of it! Post your pics up on Instagram and tag us: @kristamasonphotography and @pharmacie__ (that’s 2 dashes at the end smile.png )

(Hint: Right-click the image to save the recipe for yourself!)


And there it is!! All of your favorites from 2017!! We love all of you and appreciate your support and always look forward to the next event or portrait! Thank you to each and every one of you – you know who you are! You know you want to join in on the fun and be part of the KMP family! Give us a shoutout! Happy Holidays!!

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Remember our last post with Sterling Engagements for the Herbalife party? Well, I’ve got another grand event to share with you for your holiday inspiration!

This time, I got to shoot the Google holiday party! And let me tell you…Google knows how to go all out! This was an absolutely beautiful event! The party was so much fun to photograph, basically because it was Christmas themed AND there was some super fun entertainment!

The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel lobby was decked out with grand Christmas trees and elegant evergreens everywhere. As guests arrived, they were treated to a red-carpet experience  lined with trumpeters that lead to the lobby filled with all types of festive performers.

In the grand room, guests were treated to a fabulous seated dinner. Throughout the evening, they were entertained with acts ranging from sword fights to mime performances, ballet performances, dancers and acrobatic performers. Yes, they were well entertained throughout the entire night.

Of course, one thing I loved was all the different rooms with all the different themes and foods for everyone to enjoy. So many details…you know I love the details. Probably my most favorite room was the one where we got to make our own flower crowns!!

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It’s really beginning to feel like the holidays – I can’t believe Christmas is so close!! We decorated our house very minimally this year, but I’m happy to say that it’s done! I’m happy I get to enjoy it for a little bit longer this year! In celebration of the holiday, I thought I would share this Herbalife holiday party I photographed last year. Sterling Engagements and Shawna Yamamoto flowers teamed up to put together this amazing party for Herbalife company party! So, hang on for some gorgeous holiday party inspiration!

I’m so honored to work with these wonderful vendors! They really know how to plan and pull of an amazing party! As you walked into the venue, you were greeted with the most beautiful grand entrance. I felt like was walking the red carpet! Everything was so lush and welcoming! The Herbalife employees were in for a treat with the whole venue! It was so nice to see a company treat their employees to such a grand party!

So, let’s take a look at these five different looks! Using all five ideas might be a bit much, but maybe at least one of these will inspire your next holiday party – or any party for that matter!!

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With Thanksgiving this week I thought I’d share this past event at Pasea Hotel and Spa that I photographed last year with Louise & Third. Don’t you think some of these touches would translate perfectly into Thanksgiving Decor or even your very own Thanksgiving table scape? I love the touch of cotton that Penelope Pots Floral & Event Design added to the bouquet. Such a fun fall look!
This event was a re-grand opening for Pasea Hotel and Spa Weddings. With a modern touch and gorgeous 0cean views, it is the perfect place to say “I do”. I always love the opportunity to work with new vendors , so when Megan, of Louise and Third, invited me in on the fun, of course I had to say yes! It was a great opportunity to get a feel for how well we could work together and continue building our business together. An additional plus? A super fun opportunity to photography all those details you know I love plus getting to meet tons of new people.

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VENDORS: Planning: Louise & Third Events @louiseandthird \\ Photography: Krista Mason Photography @kristamasonphotography \\ Ice Cream Cart: The Sugar Philosophers @thesugarphilosophers \\ Linens: Wildflower Linen @wildflowerlinen \\ Bridal Attire: The White Dress @thewhitedresscdm \\ Floral Design: Penelope Pots Floral & Event Design @penelopepotsfloraldesign \\ DJ / Lighting: Invisible Touch Events @invisibletouchevents \\ Cake:  Rooney Girl Bakeshop @rooneygirlbakes \\ Photo Booth: The Instabooth @instaboothco

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