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A Museum Setting Gave This Classic C.A. Wedding An Interesting Twist

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    Martha Stewart — the reigning doyenne of all things lifestyle — can design a floral arrangement that could bring us to tears. Now, the media mogul's bridal site, Martha Stewart Weddings, is here to serve up some seriously mood-lifting wedding inspiration, whether you're about to walk down the aisle or not.
    Gina Caruso moved to San Diego with a bunch of college friends, and a few weeks later met a guy who also had a handful of buddies in the area. So the two groups started hanging out, and that’s how she met Craig Moore. Not long after, on September 18, 2010, the two went on their first date. Just shy of three years to the day, on September 7, 2013, they tied the knot (and celebrated their original anniversary on their honeymoon in the Maldives).

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    The big day took place at the San Diego Museum of Art, in Balboa Park, where they checked off everything on their venue wish list: outdoor and indoor spaces, the ability to have a band play the reception, and no early curfew. Working with Heather Balliet and the team at Amorology to design and plan the wedding, the fete took on a “Work of Heart” theme that played on Gina’s art education major, the nature of the location, and the couple’s love of color. Folding in details that were color-blocked and watercolored, with whimsical and bohemian touches, and lots of texture, the soiree was a memorable, one-of-a-kind masterpiece.

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