Sometimes, you witness a day that is just so natural it restores your faith in love. This is how Connor and Sarah’s day felt. They decided to get married with only their immediate family present. With a guest count of 10, it was very easy to have the afternoon they wanted without any expectation set on them! Sarah and Connor got ready in the same historic house before sharing a first look in the English Garden. We then took a few moments for portraits before their intimate ceremony in the bowling green. They had a ring ceremony so that every member in attendance could bless their wedding bands. They shared hand written vows and a single violinist played them out of their ceremony where they shared a private embrace as husband and wife. These two were so considerate of their guests they even considered moving this chilly day inside but everyone was willing to be a tad chilly to create the day they envisioned! After the ceremony, Sarah and Connor took pictures with each guests and shared a champagne toast in the garden before heading off to dinner at Del Mar. I wish every wedding could capture this spirit of love and authenticity. Here are my favorite snaps that tell the story of their afternoon!   Vendors

Photography: Kir2ben | kir2ben.com

Venue: Tudor Place

Reception: Del Mar

Beauty: Rodney

Floral: Whole Foods

Wedding Dress: David’s Bridal

Shoes: Badgley Mischka

Jewelry: Blue Nile & Brilliant Earth

Suit: Calvin Klein/Mens Warehouse

Officiant: Joan Phillips

Invitations: Paper Culture

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