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Beautiful Backyard Wedding | Meet the Bruch’s

I have known Jacob and Morgan for quite a few years now, before they even started dating! They both attended a local youth group in Redlands, CA, and later started dating. They are such a sweet couple who love the people around them and put Christ at the center of their relationship. Jacob and Morgan’s wedding was a beautiful, intimate, Christian, backyard wedding. They had a little over fifty people, who fit just perfectly in their family-friends backyard. There were so many sweet details that made the day so elegant and magical…

Jacob and Morgan took the time to get nice and ready for that special moment of walking down the aisle and becoming husband and wife! Jacob did not want to see Morgan before the wedding, so they did a first touch instead! This was such a sweet moment to hold hands, pray, and exchange gifts before the ceremony. A first look is not always what couples want, but I would definitely suggest a first touch! It is still a special time to help calm nerves before saying “I Do!” Jacob and Morgan even had their officiant, along with friends and family pray over them before the ceremony too!

I DO! They tied the knot and are officially husband and wife! Their ceremony was fairly short, sweet, and simple. The officiant shared a short devotional and took time to pray over the couple. They also participated in communion (religious ceremony) before officially stating their “I dos”.

After the ceremony, it was time for the Reception! They had toasts, dances, and cake cutting. All of the toasts were so sweet, with not a dry eye when the Father of the Bride came up to give his toast. Also, did you know that the cake was made and decorate by the Mother of the Bride? It was absolutely gorgeous!!

The Bruch’s ended their night with some beautiful portraits at sunset. They turned out absolutely GORGEOUS and made for a perfect ending to a perfect backyard wedding. Congrats to the Bruch’s!

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