So much to show and so much to say about this wedding! Wow. What a privilege and honor it was to be a part of Lauren & Graham’s magical wedding day! These two are the most adorable couple and have such a sweet and true love for each other. Their warm hearts, kind words and sincere love for their friends and family truly showed on their special day. With no detail spared, this celebration was a DIY labor of love, from the bridesmaids dresses made by Lauren’s mom to the reception band made up of Lauren’s grandparents, Graham’s brother and father. The gorgeous location for such an intimate affair was the Twin Oaks Garden Estate in San Marcos. Lauren lucked out in finding an exact match in location to what she had envisioned for her wedding day. Complete with an 1800s schoolhouse, which serves as the bridal suite, and an imported section of a bar from Europe, this estate was a perfect match. It provided Lauren & Graham with a vintage canvas to add their personal touch and make it a one-of-a-kind wedding.

With all this being said, I’m going to let these images speak for themselves. There were SO many details that I just HAD to split this into two parts. You’ll see more of the amazingly creative reception details and fun portraits of this adorable couple tomorrow…thanks for taking a look and don’t forget to leave them some comment love!!

And a special THANK YOU to Betsy Tomasello for assisting me with this wedding. I would not have been able to capture ALL of these incredible DIY details without her! Love you Betsy!!

Beautiful flowers by Jerri Disney…

Check out the guys boutonnieres…handmade from vintage keys & scrabble letters!

Lauren was a STUNNING bride!

The groomsmen were all five of Graham’s brothers. One his younger brothers sang “I Wanna Grow Old With You” during the ceremony…it was so sweet.

Aren’t these two adorable??

MUCH more to share…coming soon!!! XOXO!

Catering/Ceremony/Reception Venue – Twin Oaks Garden Estate; Flowers – Jerri Disney; Hair – Tiffany Monday; Makeup – Makeup by Berit; 2nd shooter – Betsy Tomasello