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The Wedding Bowl – Lindsay & Garrison

Lindsay and Garrison are currently about to move from Northern California to Amsterdam! Before their big move they wanted to tie the knot and San Diego was the perfect place for them, since that’s where they originally met years ago. They chose beautiful Cuvier Park, which is also known as the “the wedding bowl” in La Jolla, California. The ceremony site overlooks the Pacific Ocean with panoramic views of the ocean, the La Jolla Cliffs and the beach below – it looks like it’s an absolutely stunning location! 

Lindsay and Garrison chose simple, but elegant white florals with fresh greenery along their aisle provided by Root 75 out of Coronado. Following their ceremony, they had an entire hour just before sunset for the most amazing lighting during their bride and groom portraits. Meghan O’Sullivan, the wedding photographer, said “These two are honestly the kindest people you could ever meet. They are down to earth, kind, and just great people. They have such a strong connection and clearly adore each other.” Following on from their portrait session, they went on to their reception which was held at Cusp Restaurant at the top of Hotel La Jolla. It looks like it was such a fun atmosphere with no formal seating! Everybody looks genuinely happy and we especially love that the dance floor was stocked with blow-up guitars and glow sticks! Overall, their wedding day was classy, beautiful, and most importantly, heartfelt.

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Photographer: Meghan O’Sullivan // Wedding planner: Creative Affairs, Inc. // Makeup artist: Haley Adler Revilla // Dress designer: Lovely Bride // Shoe designer: Badgley Mischka // Florals: Root 75 // Ceremony location: Cuvier Park // Reception location: Cusp Restaurant at Hotel La Jolla // Food catering: Cusp Restaurant

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