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Temecula Wedding

I had been looking forward to a Temecula wedding, and have taken a few couples to a variety of locations there, but they came back to the coast, until this couple came along. We looked along the coast and about 10 locations in Temecula, and for the Arizona couple it was a Temecula location that won. The interesting thing is the location was not even a winery, it was an all-inclusive/one stop shop type location that normally would not appeal to my couples, but we all loved this location, you are the only event there and it had a villa/home type feel to it. We adjusted the package and upgraded most of the inclusions, and we rented chivaris (which they had never had anyone do before), and for this couple because of the inclusions we actually saved money in the budget and they got a really lovely celebration, in fact some of the catering staff told me this was the nicest wedding they had seen at this location.
From our first meeting my lovely bride had an inspiration photo that had a sunflower centerpiece and she loved it. It immediately gave me the feeling of bright and a happy event/celebration and we used the sunflowers in ways that made it elegant.
The location and vendors who are part of the package at this location don’t work with many co-ordinators and it seems the interactions with other co-ordinators they had were not good, thank goodness they all liked me and my team, and I got thank yous and they hope to work with me again, from quite a few of them later, including the location.

The ceremony is held on a lovely lawn with a great wrought iron backdrop and vineyard beyond. Cocktails were held on a lovely patio, then the guests made their way around the building to the grass courtyard where the wedding dinner was held. The headtable is situated under a lovely pagoda and they include a chandelier and draping to match your colors. As daylight turned to night all the twinkle lights in all the trees around this area came on and it was really pretty. Cake cutting is held off to one side with the moon in the background and everyone follows the bride & groom into a ballroom that was built specifically for dancing. It has a great rustic/high end winery type feel. If the weather was bad it would be a great room to do everything in also.

Enjoy the photos

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Thanks to Leah Marie Photography based in Temecula for the above photos, we really enjoyed her and her team.
Till next time
Lisa

http://www.lisasimpsonweddings.com
http://www.pinterest.com/lisasimpsonwdgs
714 305 7112

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