Peter and Bea’s intimate Eastvale wedding was a DIY beauty that dreams are made of. Every little detail was thought out and planned by Bea and her family as she used her artistic talents to bring her modified dream wedding to life.
At the start of the year Bea and I were in weekly contact as Peter and her searched for their venue. To help other couples who might be in a similar position during their wedding planning I even had Bea give her input for a blog post I wrote about what to consider while wedding venue shopping. Just as things started to look like they might be coming together, Peter and Bea had to put their wedding plans on hold.
After many months of waiting, Peter and Bea came up with a new plan. Since the new date was only months away and was a much smaller affair, they almost decided against an engagement session. I knew one of Bea’s most important aspects was their photos so I talked them into a session. Our sunrise engagement at the park that Peter proposed at turned into a magical foggy engagement and we frolicked in the misty morning until the sun finally came out.
The week of their Eastvale micro wedding, Bea would send me little sneak peeks at all the florals coming together, the center pieces, and the large paper flowers that she is so talented at making. How this girl isn’t a florist I have no idea! Every arrangement was the thing of wedding photographer dreams!
Bea’s beautiful sister sang emotional worship songs during the ceremony and as they exchanged rings grass clippings fell from the sky like snow (thanks to a considerate neighbor).
We found ourselves a beautiful little corner of the backyard and Bea made an outfit change into a different dress. There was a rather aggressive cake cutting, a laughter filled first dance, food galore, and a sunset photo op on the street before we wrapped up their perfect Eastvale micro wedding.
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