Intimate Big Sur Beach Wedding — Planned in 90 Days!

Intimate Big Sur Wedding

Weddings do not have to cost thousands of dollars, nor do they need to require years of planning. Today’s bride and groom, Jami + Charlie, are here to prove just that! The two got engaged in August of last year and wanted to marry before moving in together. They figured that a 90-day turnaround from an engagement to a wedding would be a lot of work, but worth it! The two came up with four values that they wanted their wedding to meet, and this helped them to figure out which things weren’t necessary. Those four things are: 1. Essential that the most important people in their lives be there (for them, this was about 45 people). 2. Get married outside in a beautiful nature-rich setting. 3. Invest in beautiful photography. 4. Be as frugal as possible while still creating something that they would look back on and LOVE.

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