Traditional Corona Del Mar Wedding
December 9, 2013
Classic WeddingsBackyardCountry Club
This wedding is filled to the brim with traditional details that will make your heart sing.  You know the ones I am talking about: lush florals from Allen Beck Florist, style-savvy paper goods (designed by the bride!) and a whole lot of romantic everything, all set against the stunning backdrop also known as Corona Del Mar.  It's a day that is worthy of your full attention (seriously), and you can see it all captured by Maria Longhi Photography in the full gallery.
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Christina and Taylor were married at the Community Church Congregational in Corona Del Mar on a bright and warm June day. Christina wore an elegant Ann Taylor jasmine lace gown and carried a lilting bouquet with hydrangeas, miniature calla lilies, lisianthus, peonies, spray roses, and seeded eucalyptus. For her "something old", she wrapped her grandmother's vintage, butterfly handkerchief around her bouquet. After the ceremony, family and friends made their way to the Dove Canyon Country Club for dinner and dancing. The event was held in the club's ballroom which featured floor to ceiling windows so guests could overlook the tree-lined canyon. The tables for dinner were adorned with roses, hydrangeas, pepper berry branches, apples, limes, and cascading bunches of green grapes, all of which complemented the Bride's bouquet and soft color palette. As the evening came to a close, Christina and Taylor enjoyed a magical exit as they walked under a canopy of sparklers held by their family and friends.