Victoria beach wedding ceremony. With their toes in the sand exchanged their vows

Elizabeth and Matt decided that they wanted to get married on the beach. As a child Matt roamed all through these beaches and really love this particular spot. The tower along the coastline was built in the 1920s as a way for the residence on the bluff to get down to the beach. It stands majestically above the beach and is a neat backdrop for a ceremony.

Unfortunately it's a very challenging beach to get down to. The neighborhood has very little if any open parking spaces so you have to park on Coast Highway. Then you have to walk downhill and find the long stairway to the beach. 

Once on the beach you have to traverse several rocky areas to get over to the tower.

As you'll see in the pictures below for some it can be well worth the trek. 









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Anthony had a two part wedding weekend

Andrius & Vigita – from Lithuania – drove in from Las Vegas to be married on the beach in California.
Victoria Beach in Laguna to be specific.
An awesome elopement with on the couple, myself and the photog.
High tide was at 4:45 and we planned to start at 5:00. OOPS
The three of us took a couple of big wave hits. Well above the rolled up suit pants line!!!
The three of us stood sunk ankle deep into the sand.
I am sure they will have fun sharing this story!
The are a lovely couple. Damp, but lovely!

Vigitia Andruis AVY 20141002

Friday October 3, 2014: I was invited to be the officiant for Stacey and Joshua's wedding.
Their ceremony was at the Twin Oaks Garden Estate in San Marcos. This is an amazing venue!
A historic school house, and an almost magic garden like atmosphere.

Stacey and Josh were both excited but calm, ready to become husband and wife.
Until, Joshua came down the isle escorting his mother to her seat. After a big hug and kiss on the cheek,
he began to look a bit like a school boy giving his first book report! He could not stand still!

When Stacey came into view, he stopped figgiting and just watched, big tears and smile.
The smiled, the giggled, they chatted a little between themselves. They were completely there with each other, focused, and quite obviously, having the time of their lives. It was an honor to be a part of it.

Stacey Joash AVY 20141003

 

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