These high school sweethearts finally tied the knot on February 27, 2016 on the idyllic grounds of Wedgewood Fallbrook. Since the two been dating for over 10 years, their families were pretty well intertwined to begin with, but their wedding officially sealed the deal, and the two families became one, and partied the night away with a custom photo booth, a tempting dessert table, and lots of dancing! Their classic, romantic details and intimate setting combined with such a timeless love story made for a truly unforgettable evening for everyone in attendance.
Stunning florals in classic ruby red and ivory were provided by Lovely Stems Floral of Oceanside, CA. Check out the personalized tags! What a cute touch.
Special details included a handmade ring box inscribed with the newlyweds' initials and their wedding date, and a handkerchief that has been carried down the aisle by women in Elizabeth's family for generations. That tradition is a darling example of the importance family played in their special day.
The heartfelt ceremony started with a violin performance of Pachelbel's Canon in D by Elizabeth's sister and nephew, a sweet tribute to the two lovebirds. The two promised to love and cherish with the gorgeous greens of Wedgewood in the background, and then walked back down the aisle as Mr. and Mrs. through a huge cloud of bubbles!
The following reception included fun favors, a photo booth with props, plenty of sweet treats, and a chic gold cake topper atop a gorgeous buttercream white cake, decorated with roses and crystals made by BoCakes Bakery. They also chose to include such personal touches as a framed letter of appreciation and love to their parents, and a printed version of their marriage certificate, as decorative elements on their table displays. Guests had a blast dancing the night away on the dance floor and munching tasty treats!