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A Vintage Touch {Emily & Matt, Fallbrook Wedding Photographer}

One of our favorite things about weddings is seeing everyone’s personalities and style come through the details of their day.  From the wedding dress, shoes, table centerpieces, and all of the hidden treasures scattered throughout their ceremony and reception sites.  Emily and Matt’s wedding was filled with many, many hidden treasures.  Every part of their day was unique to them and absolutely beautiful.

Emily and Matt got married in this cute little church that Emily grew up in.  As wedding professionals we attend a LOT of wedding ceremonies.  And every once in a while there will be a ceremony that hits so close to home that it leaves us feeling renewed and convicted in our own marriages.  Emily and Matt had one of those ceremonies.  Her pastor came up with an acronym using the first two letters of each of their names (EMMA) to give them reminders about the commitment that they were making to each other.   It was so incredibly heartfelt and we were touched by the message he prepared for them.

After the ceremony, their reception was at Emily’s best friends parents house.  The reception was full of sweetest details.  Their dessert table was covered with homemade goodies and treats.  The cake centerpiece that was used on her grandparents wedding was one of the hidden treasures on there.

And for dinner, they had it catered by this vintage burger truck.  The food was incredible and the perfect touch to day.  With over 275 guests making a wedding reception seem intimate can be difficult.  But with homemade goodies and burgers it felt more like a celebration of love than a wedding reception.  And isn’t that what a wedding is really about?? Just sayin….

Emily and Matt!!! Congratulations on your wedding day!!  We LOVED being able to share in your special day and want to thank you all so much for having us!!!

Debra Machen - April 23, 2013 - 4:10 am

This is an amazing wedding and the pictures are out of this world amazing! LOVE!!!!

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