Simone Anne | Preservation Park Wedding Photographer
Simone Anne is a Preservation Park wedding photographer capturing weddings and elopements in Oakland and in destinations all over the world.
Your wedding day is a once in a lifetime experience with your favorite human. Whether you’re celebrating with just you the two of you (having your dream elopement!) or you’ll be surrounded by some of your most loved family and friends, your wedding day will be full of emotion: Joy, excitement, butterflies, and, of course, LOVE! You deserve to have this day documented with care: Wedding photography that brings you back to how it FELT on your wedding day and that hits you in the gut (in a good way) with those same feelings a year after you get married or ten years later. These are photos that you’ll love now, but also a record of a the day you got married that your children and grandchildren will cherish.
Preservation Park is such a wonderful place for a wedding, with its cute old Oakland homes, pretty front gardens, and all the space you need for your guests. It’s honestly the perfect spot to have a wedding or intimate wedding or elopement: A truly wonderful place to spend time and a truly beautiful place to capture in photos. I would be honored to document your love and celebration here.
If you are getting married and are interested in Preservation Park wedding photography services, just click the button or click here to head over to my contact form. I can send you a bit more info about the way I approach wedding photography and we can schedule a chat to get to know each other a bit. I have photography collections that I recommend and I can always create a custom photography package that will be perfect for you two and your wedding day.
As a part of my Preservation Park wedding photography services, I always help couples like you craft your perfect day: Amazing photography goes hand in hand with your dream wedding photography experience; I’ll be here every step of the way to help make sure that you dream big, love your wedding day, and have the photos to re-live it.