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A La Jolla Woman's Club Wedding in La Jolla, California

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Joy & Andrew in La Jolla, California
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Joy wore a simple ivory strapless gown in an A-line style with fabric roses embellishing the natural waist.
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Joy opted for a traditional bouquet of roses in soft shades of ivory and pink.
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The ceremony took place outside of the La Jolla Woman's Club under the shade of an Oak tree.
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The couple's friends and family tossed pale pink rose petals when the couple had their first kiss as husband and wife.
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The couple's initials were made into pink carnation letters and placed in front of the sweetheart table at the reception.
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Instead of numbers, the couple named their tables after their favorite teas.
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White mugs spelling out "love" in gold glitter were filled with pale pink roses and placed on the guestbook table.
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The couple's cake was covered in white chocolate ruffles and delicate pink flowers. They chose unique flavors for the cake, like apple spice and lemon curd.
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The bride and groom made their exit on blue beach cruisers with handmade bride and groom signs on the front and a "Just Married" sign on the back.

Joy & Andrew in La Jolla, California

Joy and Andrew's wedding in La Jolla, California was an intimate affair with a pink and white color palette and playful touches like tea-themed table numbers on dainty floral plates, a white chocolate ruffle wedding cake and a navy blue beach cruisers, on which the couple made their exit.
- Libby MacCarthy
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