Jessica and Eben’s California wedding extravaganza is nothing short of awe inspiring! From the fun, personal touches to the heart warming romance – it’s a wedding you do not want to miss!
We obviously couldn’t be everywhere at once (and neither could our photographers), so it was so much fun to see what moments everyone caught, even when we weren’t at their side.
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Real Advice From the Bride & Groom!
1. What part of your wedding planning are you most proud of?
Really, I’m just proud that we pulled everything off. We didn’t have a big budget, and it took way more work than we ever expected, especially because we were planning much of our wedding remotely from six hours away, and met many of our vendors only once before the wedding – many after we’d already agreed to use them in our wedding. Ultimately, we wanted a wedding that reflected our personalities and the 12 years we had already spent together. I am happy with the feedback from our guests that our wedding felt fun and unique to our relationship, and that everyone had a great time, so all that hard work paid off.
2. Where did you get married?
3. Why was using WeddingMix appealing for your big day?
4. What special moments from your wedding do you want to remember forever?
5. How did WeddingMix help capture those moments?
6 – What did you like the most about your vendors:
DJ Malik Miko Thorne: Malik got glowing reviews not only from Eben and me, but our guests as well, who implored him (successfully) to keep playing after official reception time ended. Because of him, we have a whole other set of songs (besides the obvious) to remember our wedding to. He’s very attentive to taste and turns those song suggestions into a fabulous evening. http://www.centralcoastweddingstandard.com/malik-miko-thorne/
Catering: Pacific Harvest is run by another former co-worker, Dawn White, whom I took a chance on, knowing that we worked together previously. She was incredibly attentive, answering almost all of my emails within a day, and making things work when we had to be creative because of budget constraints. http://www.pacificharvestcatering.com/