Northern California Private Estate Wedding at Park Winters WEDDINGS

Northern California Private Estate Wedding

I love summer time in northern California. The sunsets are gorgeous, the weather is warm, and you can just throw on a pair of flip flops and go about your day. No dig at the winter months, but I’d rather be warm than cold. And by the amount of weddings taking place in the spring/summer/fall months, lots of people agree with me.

Taylor and Corey’s wedding day was nothing short of magical. They had an incredible team to help orchestrate their wedding day and had an amazing group of family and friends. My favorite detail from their wedding day? Probably their epic dessert station complete with a donut wall. I’ll take a sprinkled donut any day!

It was so hard to choose which ones to blog from their wedding day so here are some details, moments, and of course – the donuts.


Northern California Private Estate Wedding at Park Winters

Yorba Linda, CA Indian Wedding by Lin & Jirsa Photography

You can almost hear the champagne glasses toasting and the cheers from every guest at the elegant East Room of the marvelous Richard Nixon Library for Ritika and Nik’s wedding reception! The special occasion had the premier entertainment company, Fusion Sounds, playing the best music and providing the most creative lighting system. Cake Korner was present too, delivering the sweetest and undoubtedly delicious two-tier wedding cake! Kumba Events took the décor to the next level, creating a fabulous party palace with vibrantly-colored blooms as centerpieces and a charming sweetheart stage. With a little bit of glitz and glam, Angievacamakeup made our Maharani Ritika look flawless in her evening attire! Her bright peach lehenga design and a light gold jewelry set added the finishing touches to her traditional look. Once again, Lin & Jirsa Photography brought their artistic style to each snap and our favorites are all showcased in our full gallery, so join me there for more wedding magic!

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