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Be advised, there is some major coolness going on with today’s styled wedding from California wedding photographer Jennifer Corbin Photography!  The vibe for the shoot was to revisit the 70’s Vietnam war era with a spot light on military flower power love.  March Field Air Museum served as the beyond perfect backdrop for the wedding, filled with old planes, trucks, bunkers and all kinds of vintage decor trinkets from a time long ago.  Along with Jennifer, A Day Remembered, worked their air field surroundings to create a unique setting, utilizing elements like old artillery canisters & turning them into overflowing centerpieces filled with vibrant powerful flowers.  Matching the fashion of the era, our bride wears a full sleeve gown, loose & flowing, which is paired with the most perfect floral crown, an utter necessity back when.  To bring the feel of ‘Make Love, Not War’ full circle, sweet moments are stolen between the couple, all ending with a serenade of song & love.

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Photographer:  Jennifer Corbin Photography | Event Planner: A Day Remembered | Florist: Nature of Things |  Makeup: Make Up By Kelley Christine | Venue: March Field Air Museum