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This Rustic Wedding Was A Farm-To-Table Affair

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    Whether you've been dreaming up a casual weekend barbecue or a huge ceremony at sunset, everyone deserves their dream wedding. Luckily, the folks at Carats & Cake take the pain out of planning & connect brides- and grooms-to-be with celebrated local vendors.
    Ann Marie and Hunter met nine years ago while both were attending Loyola Marymount University. Hunter admired Ann Marie at a distance for months, curious about the cute brunette with oversized sunglasses.

    Simultaneously, through a mutual friend, Ann Marie began to learn more about this mysterious Hunter fellow who was nicknamed "McGiver" because he was the ultimate handyman, jack of all trades, and cross-country runner with a passion for the ocean. After waiting patiently for the right moment to ask Ann Marie out to dinner, he did just that. Hunter later told friends that Ann Marie was his first true love, joking that he waited 21 years for that dinner date.

    Hunter proposed on bended knee over looking the ocean in his hometown of Laguna Beach, and the couple chose to celebrate their wedding day in Ann Marie’s hometown of Ojai, C.A. on her family’s eight-acre eco estate, creating the ultimate farm-to-table feel.

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