Ashley and Brian Cobbler / June 11, 2011

Link to our website: www.whitehouseredding.com

Congratulations to Ashley and Brian – our very first couple to be married at The White House and we couldn’t have asked for a nicer couple to kick things off!  Ashley was a beautiful and elegant bride and I enjoyed helping her inside the house before her big entrance.

Almost ready!Ashley and her familyAre there kitties in there?

So cute!

Ashley chose to have her ceremony on the flagstone entry to the back patio…. a great idea and it was so beautiful.  The ceremony was very moving; it’s easy to see how serious and in love these two young people are.

A perfect spot for a ceremony

Just married!

Afterward everyone had a great time; great food and great music! The yard was shady by 3:30 and the cake was REALLY delicious….wish I had taken a picture before it was devoured.  Best Wishes to Ashley and Brian as they start their wonderful new life together and we thank them for letting us be a part of their wedding day.

The weather was perfect!

A smiling father-of-the-bride

A future wedding photographer

Link to our website: www.whitehouseredding.com

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About deborahdivine

Co-owner and creator of The White House at Churn Creek Golf Course - Redding, California's newest and most elegant outdoor garden venue for weddings, birthdays, reunions, almost any special occasion you could imagine. I've been a public school music educator for thirty four years and have embarked on a second career along with husband Stephen as venue creators and operators.
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