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greg & jacquie – october 1, 2011

Jacquie and I first met at the beginning of the year where she told me about her wedding and all the ideas she had. When she told me she was going to get married at a camp site overlooking the ocean, I was thrilled! I loved the idea. This also meant that a lot of work was to be done to transform it into a ceremony site, but I was totally up for the challenge.

There’s nothing I love more than a creative bride. Jacquie worked so hard on this wedding and all of the details that went into it. When I arrived at her house the morning of the wedding, I had to have my assistant come so we could fit all the stuff into our two trucks! She had the cutest details which included little umbrellas for the ceremony, mason jars for the guests’ cocktails, window panes with succulents, burlap banners, wine barrels as cocktail tables and wooden signs directing guests to each location.

The weather was perfect for an outdoor ceremony. The ocean provided the perfect backdrop for their vows. Following the ceremony, guests followed the path to the Historic Cottage where the reception was to be held. Everything was amazing – down to the last detail!

Jacquie is so lucky to be surrounded by such wonderful friends and family. One of her best friends, Missy, provided many of the flowers and succulents for the wedding. They were stunning! The rest of the beautiful flowers along with the bouquets were provided by my favorite florist, Aly with the Vines Leaf. Jacquie also had several friends help out during the reception with making some of the food, helping with the set-up and helping to clean up at the end of the night. It was so awesome to see everyone work together to make Jacquie and Greg’s day perfect!

I didn’t get to meet Greg until our final meeting the week of the wedding. I also got to meet his daughter, Regan, who is adorable! Jacquie is so lucky to have her as a step-daughter and you can tell they already have a special bond. At one point during the night, Regan took over the dance floor with her awesome dance moves! It was too cute!

{Jacquie & Greg – Thank you so much for choosing me to help plan & coordinate your big day. I adored every last detail of your wedding. I wish you all the best in the future as husband and wife – and as a family of three!}

 Check back soon for more pictures from the talented Matthew Morgan.

Thanks to the following vendors for all your hard work:

DJ – John Muir, Dolce Entertainment

Caterer – Tacos El Tiburon

Flowers – Missy (bride’s friend) & Aly Morford, The Vines Leaf

Make-up – Janae Allanson

Hair – Heather, Salon Zinnia

Photography – Matthew Morgan Photography

Rentals – Classic Party Rentals

Wine Barrel Rentals – King Barrel

Alcohol – BevMo

Videography – Joe Park Wedding Cinametography

Lighting – Rick Burgess, Black Tie Events

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