Joshua Walker Photography | San Diego Wedding Photographer

June 18, 2008

05.23.08 Charles & Lacey | Pala Mesa Resort

Filed under: Weddings — Tags: , , — joshuawalkerphotography @ 9:01 pm

Despite popular opinion, it isn’t always sunny and perfect here in Southern California and things don’t always go as planned. Charles and Lacey discovered this truth first-hand. They had a beautiful event planned at the Pala Mesa Resort in Fallbrook with an outdoor ceremony and a tented reception under the stars. Unfortunately Mother Nature didn’t exactly cooperate, torrential rains flooded the grounds and sent their day into, in Lacey’s own words, “total chaos”. Well, thanks to the team work of the entire wedding party and everyone else involved, a plan B was improvised and orchestrated brilliantly. The ceremony was held at the nearby Fallbrook Presbyterian Church and the reception was relocated indoors to a banquet room at the resort. Despite the rain, change of plans, and minor increase in stress levels, OK, at times, major increase in stress levels, Charles and Lacey’s event really did turn out absolutely wonderful and perfect.

As always, please feel free to leave comments. I love to hear what you think.


1 Comment »

  1. Hi! I wanted to let you know that we received our pictures and proof book and they are amazing! I am so happy with what you did in the midst of all the chaos. I hope you don’t mind if I request that you be placed on the preferred vendor list at Pala Mesa Resort. You definitely deserve it. Once again, thank you for capturing our special day.

    Comment by Lacey — June 22, 2008 @ 3:19 pm

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