November is here!! We blink and X-mas will be around the corner. What a wonderful time to plan a wedding, right? That’s what Christina and Albert did; they wanted to get married in the fall and wanted a harvest wedding.
When I met Christina and Albert, we clicked on the spot. We met in Moorpark, in a coffee shop and had coffee and apple pie. YUM! There is nothing better than apple pie. While chatting for awhile, I found out that Albert and I share the same last name, but not my married name. That was so fun!! I don’t meet many people with the last name, Villasenor, I love it but it’s too long
Christina wanted to get ready at her mom and dad’s house in Santa Paula, my new favorite town. I just love old textured buildings and what lovely people. Christina’s daddy greeted me as I arrived to the house that he build. Albert and Christina were married in a very traditional Catholic ceremony, which I am very familiar with since that is the way I grew up. Christina looked stunning in her Maggie Sotero gown. Preciosa!!
The ceremony took place at Our lady of Guadalupe in Santa Paula while the reception took place at the Las Posas Country Club in Camarillo.
When we arrived, Betty had everything perfect; the harvest theme that Christina and Albert wanted was there and looking perfect. She is totally amazing. That’s why I love my career; I meet the most incredible people and meet new friends in a fun way. The smell of cinnamon and apple filled the air at the Las Posas Country Club. The color of fall was shown at every table. It was a lovely wedding.
Thanks to all the vendors and Thank you David for coming along!!!
Some of my favorites of the day…
Albert’s family just like my own, we are 9 kids.. : )
Christina’s.. Love her mom’s name.. Gloria ; )
Group of friends from Berkley.. good times..