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Ceremony Magazine San Diego 2014 | Diana & Aaron

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LOVE STORY
Aaron planned to propose in a hot air balloon, but after the flight was cancelled for bad weather, he ended up proposing in the back of the shuttle instead. After a second cancellation, Diana and Aaron eventually took flight on their third attempt and Aaron proposed again before changing winds forced a rapid descent. To slow down, the pilot brushed the balloon against a large eucalyptus tree then gave Diana and Aaron last-second instructions to brace themselves. They bounced to an abrupt, hard-landing and although bruised and laughing, it became an adventure to remember.

LOVE NOTE
Celebrating their marriage on the first day of fall inspired a harvest moon theme, perfected by maple leaves and an autumn color-palette woven throughout their decadent decor.

VENDOR LOVE
Photography | Pam Scott Photography
Venue | Catering | Wedding Night Hotel | The Lodge at Torrey Pines
Wedding Consultant | Liz Beck Events
Floral Design | Flowers By Annette Gomez
Linens| La Tavola
Rentals | Classic Party Rentals
Cake | Favors | Michelle Coulon Dessertier
Ceremony Reception | Michael Sanchez
Reception Entertainment | Lighting | Mobile Music Plus
Officiant | Robert Stevens
Gown Design | Badgley Mischka
Bridal Salon | The Bustle
Bridal Jewelry | Bridesmaid Dresses | Nordstrom
Hairpiece | Veil | Roxie Poynor Alterations
Hair | Anne James
Makeup | Samantha Gallagher
Bridesmaid Dresses | BCBG
Formalwear | A Better Deal Tuxedo
Engagement Ring | Wedding Rings | Tiffany & Co.
Honeymoon Resorts | The Napa Inn
Registries | Crate And Barrel

Ceremony Magazine San Francisco 2014 | Bouquet Inspiration

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Floral Design | Amy Burke Designs
Photography | Page Bertelsen Photography

FAB PHOTO OF THE DAY

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Through the looking glass, we find true love.

FAB PHOTO BY Christopher Todd Studios 

Dress of the Day | Winnie Couture ‘Annabelle’

Dress of the Day  |  Winnie Couture 'Annabelle'

The ‘Annabelle,’ from Winnie Couture‘s Diamond Label, is both dainty and full of textural details.

Ceremony Magazine San Francisco 2014 | Lindsay & Henry

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LOVE STORY
Knowing that Lindsay likes a good adventure, Henry booked a private hot air balloon in Napa Valley. As they ascended up into the clouds, Lindsey looked down into a cornfield and saw a big “WILL YOU MARRY ME” sign. Henry proposed right there in the balloon and Lindsay finally said YES after a rough landing.

LOVE NOTE
As part of their wedding theme, inspired florals floated like hot air balloons encircling the dance floor and framing the pretty powder blue cake.

VENDOR LOVE
Photography | Jasmine Wang Photography
Floral Design | De Young Floral Events and Design
Ceremony Venue | Stanford Memorial Church
Reception Venue | Silver Creek Valley Country Club
Cake | Bijan Bakery
Entertainment | Big Fun DJ
Videography | Breaking Sky Productions
Transportation | Elegant Journeys
Gown Design | Pronovias San Patrick, Elizabeth Fillmore
Bridal Jewelry | Tiffany & Co.
Bridal Shoes | Jimmy Choo, Comme ii Faut
Hair | Makeup | Lina Huynh
Formalwear | Spoon Tailor
Bridesmaid Dresses | Jim Hjelm, Jordan Fashions
Mothers’ Dresses | Sue Wong
Flower Girls Dresses | American Princess
Wedding Rings | Garmin Jewelry
Honeymoon | Italy, Greece

Product | Gwendolyn-Mary

Gwendolyn-Mary

Scent and sound are the two most evocative senses in the human body. At Gwendolyn-Mary, they believe there are distinct parallels between blending perfume and composing music. Both are a collection of notes – as effortless or complex as needed to capture its creator’s vision. By marrying the two, they have found a new way to explore memories and experience. In fact, every perfume and candle is accompanied by a corresponding musical suggestion.

Gwendolyn-Mary pure perfume oils and soy candles are hand blended and hand poured using only the finest natural ingredients from around the world. Please visit their website to learn more about these luxurious products.

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Photos courtesy of Gwendolyn-Mary

FAB PHOTO of the Day

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Happy Labor Day! Cheers from these DARLING kids with colas!

FAB PHOTO by Cami Jane Photography