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    Central Coast Wedding Professionals at a Rustic San Luis Obispo Wedding Venue

    Central Coast Wedding Professionals Dream Team at a rustic San Luis Obispo Wedding Venue

    Wedding Details

    • Bride: Blanca Gonzalez
    • Groom: Hector Soto

    Wedding Date: September 1, 2012

    The expertise that goes hand in hand with hiring CCWP members to take the reins is sure to produce a perfect wedding day.

    The CCWP Dream Team for this wedding was:

    A Unique Twist

    The couple chose to meet each other privately before the wedding (without actually seeing one another) for an intimate prayer.  It was such a raw and beautiful moment as they held hands with anticipation of the ceremony which was just moments away.

    Wedding Theme

    Blanca and Hector wanted an ‘authentic Mexican wedding” and included cultural things like a mariachi band which greeted guests as they were being seated for the ceremony, a group of Mexican dancers from Nipomo High School performed during the reception and they served traditional Mexican pastries for dessert.

    “Through the Lens” with A. Blake Photography

    “The wedding had color everywhere and it was incredible!  Holland Ranch overlooks a beautiful pond and mountain peak which makes for an awesome background.  Hector and Blanca were thrilled to jump in the row boat to venture around the pond for pictures.  The lighting and coloring was so warm and surreal that my associate and I both squealed a bit with joy!”  -Ashley Blake

    The San Luis Obispo Wedding Venue: Holland Ranch

    Tina Swithin is the Social Media Queen and Blog Manager for Central Coast Wedding Professionals.  Follow the CCWP Blog, Facebook and Twitter  for the latest and greatest in Central Coast weddings. Tina is newly engaged and looks forward to keeping you “in the know” when it comes to anything old, new, borrowed or blue.

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