Nicole Caldwell

US Grant Hotel San Diego Weddings / Photography / Images


Congrats to Rochelle and Jamie who got hitched at the U.S.

Grant Hotel in the heart of downtown San Diego!





Rochelle’s Grandfather escorted her down the isle.


I Love this shot of the unity candle


Rochelle and Jamie were showered with white rose

petals as they walked down the isle as husband and wife!


Check out all the petals on Rochelle’s dress!us_grant_hotel_wedding_photo_by_nicole_caldwell_18.jpg 

We cruised outside to get some city shots of

the wedding party in downtown San Diego!


After the city shots, we went inside to the Presidential

suite and got some great shots!!!


The first dance.  Dancing is very special to this couple,

as that is how they met!!!


Love the bride with Martini shot!us_grant_hotel_wedding_photo_by_nicole_caldwell_09.jpg 

This was right after the best man’s toast,

my assistant Kristin nailed this shot just

before the glasses came together!


This Is Cynde, my wild and fun bride from 2005! 

 Cynde is Jamie’s sister, quite reserved like her brother.


There is the father of the groom,

Rockn’ out to Footloose by Kenny Loggins. 

This is his favorite song, and the only song he dances too…


The couple was on the dance floor the whole night,

I think they are still there.

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