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Ceremony Magazine Orange County 2017 | Paloma & Carlos

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Photography | True Photography
Coordination | Jessica Lauren Events
Ceremony Location | Saint John Fisher Church
Reception Location & Catering | Portofino Hotel and Marina
Floral Design | Studio C Florals
Linens | Luxe Linen
Rentals | Classic Event & Tent Rentals
Desserts | Torrance Bakery
Entertainment | Robert Incelli & DJ K Fresh
Favors | Gracious Bridal
Videography | The “I Do” Photography
Bridal Salon | Mary Me Bridal
Hair & Makeup | Makeup by KC

Love Story:
Carlos and Paloma first met at a pub crawl, so Carlos decided to propose on the beach right outside the bar where their initial meeting had been. For the proposal, he wrote a note that said “Will you marry me?” followed by check mark boxes for “yes” and “no.” The note was given to Paloma as they stood in a heart of rose petals. Once Paloma said yes, they went to the bar to celebrate with friends and family that were waiting for them!

Love Note:
Carlos and Paloma had a running joke where Paloma would ask, “How much do you love me?” On their wedding day, Carlos sent flowers to the bridal suite every hour with a note that said “How much?” on the front and a card, causing everyone in the room to tear up.

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