Nathan Nowack
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Nathan Nowack

Nathan is the Co-Founder and Director of Wedding-Bros.com as well as a full time photojournalistic wedding photographer in Southern California. His weddings, travel photos, and commercial work can be seen at www.nathannowack.com.

ADVICE FROM THE PROSPLANNING

We all know that when it’s time to start planning your wedding, there’s never enough time in a day. We’re even more aware of the heightened state of emotions of everyone involved: your mom, her mom, her. There is a solution, however. Take control of the situation, be resolute, and

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ENGAGEMENT SESSIONSREAL COUPLES

Jillian & Andrew wanted engagement photos near Manhattan Beach.  And I have to say, I do love the beach and amazing lighting.  So with some fun smiles, reflections and awesome scenery, we had a great time at Manhattan Beach Pier.  Such fun seeing couples in love and willing to have

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ADVICE FROM THE PROSEVER AFTER

Where would you like to honeymoon?  Sunny and Beaches, Historic structures in Italy or Greece, maybe Wine and cheese in Napa, Exotic Caribbean locations, Cruises, or maybe even an adventurous tour through Costa Rica.  Whatever your honeymoon destination, the main focus is to celebrate the marriage of the two most

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NOW WHAT

So somewhere along the line, the middle ages more specifically, anniversary gifts started to follow a theme.  Some say it dates back to the Germanic period of Middle Europe when couples would celebrate their silver 25th and gold 50th.  The origin can’t really be verified, but all we know is

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ADVICE FROM THE PROSEVER AFTER

What are the Top 3 places to honeymoon? We get asked this all the time.  Are there really a top 3?  The world has so many possibilities.  Bora Bora, Hawaii and the Caribbean are probably the top 3 destinations for honeymooners from the US.  They are great places, but this

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ADVICE FROM THE PROSWEDDING DAY

Tipping can always be a tricky subject as many brides and grooms don’t know whether or not they should or shouldn’t.  Some vendors expect it, others are completely fine without it.  But it usually comes down to the groom’s responsibility at the end of the night, so you wanna make

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