Fresh, Fun Wedding with Backyard Reception

Aug 6 2013

Congratulations to Carol and Josh! What an adorable couple with a sweet color scheme. Their delicious wedding colors were seafoam green, blush, and lavender. Carol’s lace dress also had a slight blush color to it as well. The wedding ceremony took place in the LDS temple in Los Angeles and the backyard reception–decorated with a vintage-charm–was at Carol’s mother’s home in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. AlliChelle Photography did a beautiful job of capturing the spirit of the couple as well as all the pretty–plus, she was even one of the bridesmaids, too! Enjoy.

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Love love love this color scheme of seafoam green, blush and lavender! And it’s easy to imagine it on one of our newest and already most popular invitation designsOne Sweet Day.

Photographer:  AlliChelle Photography
Submitted via Two Bright Lights

 

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