Sneak peek of Betty and John

Last month we photographed the wedding of Betty and John (remember our cute engagement couple?) in the Temecula Wine Country in Riverside County, California. They were married at Temecula Creek Inn, a rustic, charming, secluded resort set amidst rolling green hills and dramatic oak trees. The romantic landscape was the perfect setting for their ultra romantic wedding… from Betty’s gorgeous, cream-colored, vintage-style gown, to the absolutely adorable cake topped with a pair of nested lovebirds (the paper flower decorations on the cake even matched the embroidered flowers on Betty’s gown!).

We’re almost finished editing, so I’ll post more photos soon! In the meantime, here are two of our (many) favorite shots…

Betty and John Temecula Wedding Photography

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