Yreka, CA :: The sunny days are growing shorter this time of year and you can certainly feel that fall is right around the corner, but it’s also what I consider probably the best times of the year for a wedding. For one thing, the cooling breezes and moderate temperatures help keep the bride and groom from melting on a particularly bright and clear day. The same can be said about the weddings guests as well.

We were a bit surprised by the lightning fast ceremony, which might have set a new speed record (and if there weren’t two of us, I don’t know if we’d have been able to even get from one side of the ceremony to the other before it was over), but that left more time for fun and festivities… and fun, right? :)

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