A few weeks ago I had a lovely chat with Diana from Celebrations by Diana. She and her team are a seriously talented group of ladies! Diana is truly talented and really listens to her bride’s ideas and requests for their wedding day. After working with Diana and recently hearing that she was and I were on the preferred vendor list at a Fazeli Cellars and Winery in Temecula California. I knew That I wanted to start a blog series on the importance of hiring a planner. Not everyone actually knows how important it really is and how it will ultimately help us all on your big day! I encourage you to go check out Diana and her team and check back soon for the rest of our 3 part series on the blog. Up next is 3 of the most important questions to ask your wedding planner.
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This topic is near and dear to my heart as a Temecula Wedding Photographer. It makes me leap for joy when I hear that my brides and grooms decide to have an unplugged wedding. While an unplugged wedding might not be for all, there are multiple reasons to add a check to the pro’s list!
Where do I begin with these two love birds!
Last year at about this time, John got invited to a blogger event at a neat little art studio called Alexader Salazar in Downtown San Diego. They were featuring influential blogger’s and graciously asked John if he would be a part of it, we accepted the invite without hesitation
Ahh, the “First Look Debate”. A first look is when the bride and groom coordinate a time to see each other before the actual ceremony. This modern idea is at the heart of many contemporary vs. traditional wedding discussions.