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A School-themed Wedding in San Diego, CA

  • He & She Photography, Orange County
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Megan & Craig in San Diego, CA
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Craig’s succulent and button pom-pom boutonniere was tied with black and white ribbon to match his striped bow tie.
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The New Children’s Museum in downtown San Diego perfectly fit Megan and Craig’s fun-loving personalities and played into their theme as well.
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The couple exchanged vows on the first level of the NCM, beneath one of their favorite museum features -- this tall wooden sculpture.
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Megan designed these paper airplanes for guests to toss after the ceremony.
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Megan and Craig's baker went all out -- from the paper airplanes to the Jonathan Adler toppers and the top PB&J cake tier!
Sweet Cheeks Baking Company, San Diego, CA
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In addition to the cake, dessert included specialties of Megan and Craig’s family members, such as his stepdad’s individual cherry pies.

Megan & Craig in San Diego, CA

Megan and Craig bumped into each other at a mutual friend's birthday party 17 years after their fourth-grade romance fizzled. The Bride Megan Shirley, 27 and a freelance graphic designer and illustrator The Groom Craig Manning, 27 and a paralegal at Wilson Turner Kosmo LLP The Date June 12 As a nod to their grade-school romance, Megan and Craig came up with a "schoolhouse" theme, complete with paper airplanes and marble notebooks. They worked with Megan's favorite color combo, purple and gray.
- Jaimie Dalessio
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  • He & She Photography, Orange County
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  • Sweet Cheeks Baking Company, San Diego, CA

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