Yesterday I posted the first half of the images from Kate and Eric’s Temecula Creek Inn destination wedding which took you through the getting ready and ceremony as well as the portraits right after the ceremony. Today, I wanted to finish their wedding images by sharing their classic and rustic designed table and details. Kate was inspired by the huge tree which would oversee their ceremony at the Stone House, and all the details from their day seemed to spring from this old monarch. Not only did I want to emphasize that in the ceremony, I wanted to make sure all their images reflected that feel throughout the day. I found that the old Stone House, as well as all the details Kate selected helped greatly.
On another note, I’ve done several smaller intimate weddings and whether those weddings are for local guests or for a destination wedding, it’s rare that there’s a lot of dancing when there’s only a handful of people. This obviously wasn’t the case for Kate and Eric’s guests. All 28 of them made it to the dance floor at some point in the evening, and even when Eric was taking a break off to the side with his brothers, his and Kate’s dad, they sat close by and watched as Kate and the flowergirls and her sisters, and mom tore it up! This was truly a celebratory night and it was finally capped off when Brian Stodart wrapped up the night with a mashup of New York, New York and Sweet Caroline for both the New York and the Boston Fans.
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