Some of you may remember a recent post from Peter and Yolanda’s beautiful engagement session. Well their wedding did not disappoint either, they had their ceremony at the lovely St John of God Church in Norwalk.
With a church full of family watching eagerly, Peter and Yolanda shared their first kiss. With what used to be two families, now a single entity, cheering behind them, they entered a vintage 1930’s Packard that whisked them away to Mission San Juan Capistrano for their first photos as husband and wife.
Mission San Juan Capistrano’s beaten stone walls, aged doors, and long history became the perfect setting for a romantic session between the newlyweds.
Their reception took place at another historical gem, The Adobe Restaurant. My favorite event of the night was when Peter took the live band’s guitar and played a song he wrote while he was away in the Navy. Thinking of her, Peter wrote the song to keep him sane during the lonely nights away from home.
I hope you enjoyed looking at Peter and Yolanda’s photos, I had a blast being part of their first day as husband and wife.
The Band Was Awesome. They kept the party happening and were great MCs. Thanks Jukebox the Band!
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