Ask me what I love the most about Summer and the answer would be- it means it is almost Fall. Just days away from the fourth of July and here I am wishing for apple cider and crunchy leaves. That is why I could not resist posting the wedding of Roz and Kyle.
Roz and Kyle’s wedding took place this past October in Coloma, Ca and it rained. I think the exact descriptor Beth from True Love Photo used was “buckets”.
I love the pumpkins! Such a cute and easy idea. All you have to do is write on a pumpkin when it is immature with a sharp stick or thin knife. It causes a scar that becomes more apparent as the pumpkin grows.
The town of Coloma, Ca is where the Gold Rush in California started. It is a charming little town filled with history, adorable homes and vineyards. Coloma Country Inn is a picturesque bed and breakfast with complete with a pond for lovely photos and a tent to hold your reception.
I love the sweet and relaxed florals designed by Visual Impact Floral Design. Capturing that “just picked” look is deceptively hard. Kathy and crew at Visual Impact makes itlook easy-peasy.
Coloma Country Inn is just down the street from a couple of quaint churches that date back to the 1800′s. Because these churches are now part of the California State Parks they are non-demonational. Which makes them perfect for a couple that wants to personalize their ceremony to their own belief system. For more info visit here.
Beth with True Love Photo is the master at capturing those happy and relaxed moments that happen between the moments on wedding day. Don’t tell her I told you- but I think her secret is the crazy noises she makes to get people to laugh.
Mike Regan with Mr. DJ Service made sure no one’s spirits were dampened by the wet weather.
Other amazing Pros that helped make Roz and Kyle’s wedding wonderful:
True Love Photo and Visual Impact are crazy awesome sponsors of FPW