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Cherry Valley Peach Wedding

Today’s wedding captured by Sara Lucero, is the sweetest of the sweet. With only 60 guests, the newlyweds married under an aged oak tree surrounded by touches of peachy pinks and vintage whites. It doesn’t get much more precious than this!


From the photographer, Sara: Sarah and Brian have a deep and sincere love and their intimate wedding of 60 guests reflected that. Sarah’s dream was to get married under an oak tree and Highland Springs Resort had an 1,100 year old oak tree that fit the bill perfectly. The rain clouds parted moments before Sarah and her father walked down the aisle and Brian; who had been relaxed and collected all day, could not contain his excitement! He smiled the entire ceremony and when it was time to kiss his bride he put his hands around her face and kissed her until she was bashful. It was perfectly sweet and charming.






The happy couple sat amongst their 60 guests for dinner on one long stretched table and ditched the dancing and garter toss for story time and toasts with the people who matter most to them. They shared cookies and milk in classic milk jugs (that doubled as their wedding favors) and she tossed her bouquet as they walked to their get-away car. It was a unique, classic, sweet, and sentimental wedding that we were blessed to be a part of. Sarah and Brian are the real deal!










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Wedding Location: Cherry Valley, CA / Wedding Photographer: Sara Lucero / Styling and Floral Design: Brier Rose Design / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: / Wedding Venue and Caterer: Highland Springs Resort

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