Old Town Temecula Engagement Photos

Old Town Temecula: Engagement Session With Karissa+Kelvin

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I have lived in Temecula, California for the majority of my life and am one of the few people around these parts who is actually proud to call this city home. Maybe I enjoy overweight soccer moms cruising in their SUVs and rocking designer handbags while also being broke, or maybe it is the police enforcement who valiantly protect our city by issuing an endless supply of cell phone tickets and minor traffic violations to citizens as they travel to work. I can’t quite put my thumb on the reason but I do love this place! I have photographed more weddings in the Temecula wineries than I can even recall (although I can remember all my awesome brides+grooms), but oddly enough I had only ever photographed one Engagement session in Temecula and never photographed a couple in Old Town Temecula until Karissa and Kelvin came up from San Diego this past week. We basically cruised Old Town Temecula and snapped away before finishing the day off with some IPAs at PUBlic House, which is one of my personal favorite spots to eat. FYI I would totally recommend PUBlic HOuse to anyone looking for good beer and good food! Below is a little recap of our day together!

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THANK YOU for being awesome Kelvin and Karissa! I hope you guys had a blast with the engagement session, and I am totally looking forward to your wedding at Secluded Garden Estate later next year! See ya both then!

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