Anna Maria and Scott

Glendale, California



Photography/Cinematography/DJ | Let’s Make A Memory | @letsmakeamemory

Ceremony Venue | Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels

Reception Venue | Glendale Hilton

Event Planner | Paper Planes LA | @paperplanesla

Floral Designer | Alexa’s Flowers

Gown Designer | Oliver Tolentino @theolivertolentino

Men’s Attire | Calvin Klein | @calvinklein

Bridesmaids Dresses | Pia Gladys Perey | @piagladysperey

Makeup | Girl Meets Bongga | @girlmeetsbongga

Dance Floor | Trejo Dance Floors

Other | Cafe 86 | @cafe_86

Musicians | Spotlight Groove

Photo Booth | DLP Photobooth

From the Photographer

The groom’s gift to the bride was this captivating necklace with a heart-shaped pendant. Later, the bride’s parents gave her earrings with a heart shaped design as well. The groom read his letter from the bride as well and she gave him a bracelet. At the ceremony, the bride surprised her husband with a song – My Heart Belongs to you with her friend and Godspell castmate Eric M Krop. The groom held his tears but you can see him almost crying. Another highlight of the ceremony was the bride’s grandmother singing Ave Maria as the couple went to the Virgin Mary to offer flowers and prayers.


The reception was filled purple-colored uplights and the seamless dance floor made the ballroom looked elegant. The bride and the groom did a duet to an Original Pilipino Music song entitled Forevermore. To end the night, they surprised the guests to a dance performance to Bruno Mars Finesse.


A fairytale-like wedding. A gown with thousands of Swarovski crystals that features a 27 ft train, 32 ft veil taking 15 people 2 months to make the gown designed by Oliver Tolentino. A very handsome groom and a very stunning bride. These were just the tip of the iceberg with this wedding of Anna Maria Perez de Tagle – a singer and an actress known for her roles as Ashley Dewitt on “Hannah Montana”, Ella Pador on “Camp Rock” and “Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam”, Miracle Ross on “Cake” and Joy Moy in the 2009 remake of the 1980 musical drama, “Fame.” and aerospace engineer Scott Douglas Kline, Jr. Their wedding was one of the most memorable weddings that we photographed and filmed thus yet. The day was filled with laughter, tears, and surprises.