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Lydia & Steven: THE SUNSET PARTY

Most couples understandably want a few photos taken at sunset.  So, they either time the ceremony to end around that time so they can do all their pictures during cocktail hour, or else they duck out of the reception, usually some time during dinner to catch that perfect light.  But it’s not just for the light, of course.  It’s also to get that sunset-on-the-ocean background that every San Diego wedding really ought to have.  This is especially true at a place like Scripps Seaside Forum in La Jolla, which looks out from the edge of a high sandstone cliff.  It’s pretty remarkable scenery that both out-of-town guests and locals (and even the vendors!) really appreciate.

Wedding Guests Sunset at Scripps Seaside Forum

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Kari & David: THE GUITAR

Tom Ham's Lighthouse

Tom Ham’s Lighthouse

Most brides and grooms work really hard on making their wedding day classy and elegant, but if they’re not careful, they might end up doing almost too good of a job!
So we love any time a couple manages to “loosen up” what could otherwise have been a beautiful but stiff atmosphere, and that’s exactly what Kari and David did recently at Tom Ham’s Lighthouse in San Diego. With the traditional church ceremony and a beautiful reception location overlooking the San Diego harbor and its downtown skyline, they already had all the elegance and class they needed. But check out these little touches they added for just the right amount of reality in their fairy tale.

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