• Capture Forever is the husband and wife team of Angela and David Savinski. Using authentic film and digital photographic techniques and silent Super 8 motion picture film, we immortalize weddings and parties in Beverly Hills, New Mexico, New York and destination weddings around the US and internationally. We absolutely love to travel.

    A note on copyright: It would be an honor for you to pin or link our post with proper credit to David Savinski of Capture Forever on non-commercial sites only, thank you. Bloggers, we are very selective as to where our photographs are posted so please contact us for permission to blog. If you're interested in licensing an image for commercial use please contact us. Please note we do not blog every event as some families request privacy.

    We would love to be a part of your destination wedding! Please contact David at 310.963.9038, Angela at 505.440.1917 or send us an email to info@captureforever.com or use the contact link above.

Category Archives: Vintage Inspired Wedding

The Sayers Club | Todd’s Roaring 20′s Birthday Party | Hollywood Event Photographer

The Capture Forever photo crew photographed a rip roaring 1920′s themed birthday party for Todd and his family at The Sayers Club in Hollywood, California.  The Sayers Club is a secret Speakeasy just off the Hollywood Blvd strip.  You enter through an unnamed door inside the hot dog shack Papaya King.  The entire evening was not only […]

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David Savinski - I’m still waiting for a 40′s themed gig so I can do the press photographer outfit!August 2, 2012 – 7:07 pm

David Savinski - It’s amazing how much effort goes into dressing from the 20′s while still being able to photograph ;-) August 2, 2012 – 7:06 pm

Patsy Jones - Everyone looked like they came right out of the “roaring twenties” including Angela and David.June 26, 2012 – 9:10 pm

Kathy Gallegos - I enjoyed all the pictures! My favorite……you and Angela at the end. I had to do a double take….”that’s Angela and David”! I think about you and Angela and the”boys” often. Hope you are enjoying Hawaii and all it’s beauty. David, I bet it’s hard to put your camera down. So much to photograph there.June 26, 2012 – 7:57 pm

Carol + John Escape From New York | Grand Central Station Wedding & Central Park Wedding, New York

After their wedding reception in Valley Cottage, NY, Carol + John went all out to immortalize their marriage with this epic vintage inspired day-after shoot in Manhattan’s Central Park and Grand Central Station.  I need to preclude these photographs with the story of how John met Carol. A few years ago John set off on a personal […]

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Debbie McGuinness - David – as I’ve already told you – these are amazing photos – we couldn’t be happier.December 7, 2010 – 12:23 pm

Abby corbett - David, these are insane. I love the one where they are in the station and you are looking up at them with the ceiling tiles forming a semicircle. Just awesome!December 6, 2010 – 6:50 pm

catherine machado - Beautiful and so clever David! I love the story you tell…Thank you for your artwork!December 6, 2010 – 4:39 pm

Sara Dobish - These are really amazing. What a wonderful, unique way to commemorate their love.December 6, 2010 – 2:26 pm

Connie Grant - What a nice story preceeding the pictures. The pictures are absolutely gorgeous. The groom being extremely handsome and the bride being extremely beautiful are a plus. ConnieDecember 6, 2010 – 1:30 pm

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