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Peep This Seriously Colorful San Diego Wedding

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    When it comes to wedding inspiration, nothing is quite so magical as seeing what real couples do for their big day. Since 100 Layer Cake is our source for peeping the most beautiful ways brides and grooms say "I do," it'll feature weddings from Australia to Napa and everything in between. Brides beware: You're going to want to pin just about everything you see. And even if you're not engaged, you'll want to check it out just for the love story.
    When it comes to wedding inspiration, nothing is quite so magical as seeing what real couples do for their big day. Since 100 Layer Cake is our source for peeping the most beautiful ways brides and grooms say "I do," it'll feature weddings from Australia to Napa and everything in between. Brides beware: You're going to want to pin just about everything you see. And even if you're not engaged, you'll want to check it out just for the love story.

    Seriously, how fun is that backdrop? After hearing a bit about Bethany and Kevin and what inspired their wedding, we think the backdrop pretty much sums up their positive & lively personalities. They paired up with Pow Wow Vintage Rentals to design their wedding — held at the historic Los Peñasquitos Canyon Ranch House — and it was a match made in wedding decor installation heaven.

    All together, they created the most festive and colorful setting for a San Diego wedding that reflected their mutual love for Mexican culture, with a personal modern touch.

    Click through for photos of their beautiful wedding!

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