Morgan Run Romance


The intimate wedding for Dylan and Chetana was held at The Morgan Run Club, which is situated in the exclusive Rancho Sante Fe community in San Diego, California. The green, lush lawn and palm trees created perfect location for this lovely couple and their wedding guests.



The centerpieces and arch were silk arrangements from Something Borrowed and an eco friendly route for this wedding. They looked pretty amazing!


Encinitas Florist designed the fresh floral for the personals as well as the gift and place card table pieces.The color palette of ivories, pinks and greens with hints of baby’s breath completed the look of the wedding party.


The ceremony took place on the golf course with a beautiful, green backdrop. The circular arch from Morgan Run looked so pretty with the silk greenery, white and pink peonies.


Welcome Guests!

Guests were welcomed with bellinis, lemonade and cucumber water and complimentary sunscreen too!



The children in the bridal party were adorable. The bride’s nephew was the ring bearer who did a great job carrying the rings down the aisle. He was followed by the lead flower girl who carried a “Here Comes The Bride” sign. Lastly, the flower crew sprinkled fresh rose petals down the aisle before the bridal entrance.


A close friend of the couple, Charles officiated the ceremony which made the ceremony extra special.  Dylan hugged each member of the bridal party as they entered which was touching. 


Cocktail Hour

The cocktail hour took place on the patio with market lighting strung overhead. Guests enjoyed signature cocktails “The Bee’s Knees,” a mix of gin, honey, and lemon as well as tray passed appetizers. Mike Officer, the DJ played live guitar music and sang which completed the ambience.


After the grand entrance into cocktail hour, the couple shared their first dance. The music was an acoustic version of “No Diggity” and guests loved it!



Dinner on the lawn was an exquisite set up with market lights strung overhead creating a romantic atmosphere.


Fresh rose petals adorned the front of the sweetheart table while the garland from the ceremony arch was repurposed to the center of the head table. The guest tables had silk centerpieces, photos of the couple and little tea tins as favors.


Dances & Fun Stuff

The father daughter dance began with a slow song, then transitioned into “The Twist!” The mother son dance was very sweet creating teary eyed guests. The night continued on with dancing and fun in the photo booth.


A three tiered red velvet cake decorated with succulents, lilies, roses, and orchids was the focal point of the dessert table. Cream puffs and gluten free banana cupcakes surrounded the cake and the table was decorated with fresh rose petals and candlelight.



The groom designed the signage which dressed up the tables and popular spots. Signage completed the the tables of desserts, gifts, refreshments, guestbook and place cards as well as welcome bags! Welcome bags for all of the guests were San Diego totes filled with goodies and a weekend timeline hand-crafted by the couple.


This wedding had an intimate group of 80 people and the couple was able to share moments with each of their guests.  It was a beautiful day! Thank you Chetana and Dylan for having us coordinate your day.



Venue/Catering/Rentals/Linens – Morgan Run Club

Photography – Master Work Weddings

Videographer – Isaac Wink

Ceremony musician @ scottaberguitarist

DJ / Guitarist – Mike Officer of Dancing DJ Productions

Officiant – Charles Beebe

Desserts – VG Donuts

Personal Floral – Encinitas Florist

Centerpieces – Something Borrowed Blooms

Hair and makeup –  Morgan Run Club Salon

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