You can plan all you want for the big day, but it’s the unexpected moments we love most.
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Kyle, 28, an Encinitas firefighter, and Alexandra, 25, a registered nurse, met seven years ago through mutual friends.
Natalie and JT were married in a seaside setting last summer in downtown La Jolla.
Tanya and Cameron had a romantic, sleepy-hollow themed wedding. Centerpieces were made from manzanita branches dripping in dark wine-colored florals and moss with glass lanterns.
Rachel and Jezriel said the best memory for them was the experience of having a traditional wedding and not seeing each other until the ceremony.
Today’s wedding was sent to us by the bride Caitlin who describes her and husband Bo’s wedding as completely romantic.
Lindsey and Aaron’s modern, colorful wedding is full of fun details. From their bar in a boat to the lantern decorated aisle, there are pops of color everywhere.
A nice variety of both flowers and color make for the most fashionable arrangements.
Zoe and Jeff have the groom’s brother—and best man—to thank for their romance after meeting at his birthday party in Hollywood.
I haven’t yet met a wedding at Estancia that I didn’t love, and Ashley and Kyle’s wedding hasn’t changed that.
I was first drawn to this wedding because Meaghan, the bride, is absolutely gorgeous and her dress, with it’s cascade of ruffles, is completely captivating.