by: Elisa

Amanda and James’ beautiful mint and peach wedding in San Clemente, California, is a perfect example of a lovely handcrafted day! The couple started off their day with a private ceremony at the LDS Temple, and were greeted outside by friends and family. Then they had a ring ceremony (as rings are not part of a Temple wedding ceremony), with James’ father officiating. Lastly, they had a fantastic reception at The Historic Cottage, complete with a sweets buffet made by family and friends, and a bouquet and garter Dance Off!! And lucky for us, Paige and Blake Green were there to capture it all!

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Can you believe all the sweets were provided by friends and family? Are any of you thinking of having a handmade wedding? What parts would you insist on having pros do, and what can you see yourself, your friends, and/or your family making happen?

 

Vendors who made it all happen…

Photographer: Paige + Blake Green / Flowers & Decor: Sugar Branch Events / Catering: Crepes Bonaparte / Reception Venue: The Historic Cottage / DJ: David Waldram / Bride’s Dress: Allure Couture Bridal
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  1. Cindy

    Where did you get the numbers for inside the frames? I’m looking for something exactly like that for my wedding!

    • Lauren @ Every Last Detail

      Cindy, you may want to check your local craft store- they have wooden numbers. However, I’ve never seen that particular style- try googling for “wooden numbers”. You might be able to find a woodworker who can create them custom for you :)

  2. Susannah Green VanDyke

    That bouquet is stunning! Congrats to the new couple! :)

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  5. Lo (a Bride)

    I would love to know where to get that exact shoe! It’s absolutely beautiful!

  6. kristin (just curious)

    Where did the brides shoes come from? I love them!!

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