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Meagan and Justin got married at the San Clemente Municipal Golf Club, the wedding ceremony and reception were both held on premises. Wedgewood San Clemente did an amazing job, as usual, with the ceremony and the reception.

Meagan got ready at the The Garden Cottage, it is a beautiful Bed and Breakfast located just minutes drive from Wedgewood Event Center.

For more information about my work please email, call, text or send smoke signals, what ever works for you. 949-412-1924 or joe@broccardophoto.com visit my main website for more info: www.broccardophoto.com

We can usual work with any budget. I have 22+ years of experience and will create those perfect wedding images that you expect. Talk at you soon. Joey

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Todays spotlight is Casa Romantica in San Clemente. One of the most amazing venues in South Orange County. With an amazing ocean view and a great Ole Hanson Original home, Casa Romantica makes a perfect venue for you Orange County wedding.

Venue: Casa Romantica Cultural Center, San Clemente

check out my website: www.broccardophoto.com

If interested in a great DJ: Epic Mobile Music

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As wedding season comes under way I want to spotlight some of the venues that I am a preferred vendor at. Today I chose Dana Point Chart House. With the amazing views and great food how could you go wrong choosing the Chart House.

I work closely with the coordinator at The Chart House and also the vendors listed below:

Marisa McQuillan, wedding and event manager: www.chart-house.com

JoeBro Photography: www.broccardophoto.com

Epic Mobile Music and Photobooths: www.emobilemusic.com

Its All About The Cake: www.itsallaboutthecake.com

Lynne Lucente Floral Design: www.lynnelucente.com

Jeff Tacket: www.ocweddingofficiant.com

Bruce Danzara: www.ocwedding.org

Here are some of my images from weddings shot over the last year. Thank you for visiting

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One of the hardest things when redoing your website is trying to decide what you I like as a photographer and what the bride and grooms vision of what they want to see. Well here are a few details from the past. Some i have overlooked and realized they need to be posted and some are pretty recent. Any feed back is always welcome and past clients feel free to post your favorites from your wedding. It honestly gives me great feed back to see what you like.

Visit my website for more info www.broccardophoto.com

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One of the hard parts of revamping my website is going through the photos from the past couple of years. Over the next couple of weeks I will be posting some of my favorites from the different categories that i have on my main website www.broccardophoto.com

if you see someone you know feel free to tag them!!

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What an amazing wedding we honored to photograph at San Juan Hills Golf Club. Yvette and Lawrence chose one of the nicest venues in San Juan Capistrano. Ceremony took place on the first tee box and the reception tool place in the ball room.
Flowers by Lynne www.lynnelucente.com
Epic Mobile Music www.emobilemusic.com
Broccardo Photography www.broccardophoto.com
Beach City Weddings and Events www.beachcityweddings.com
Alan Katz Great Officiant http://www.greatofficiants.com
San Juan Hills Golf Club www.sanjuanhillsgolf.com

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At Your service Caters, Priscilla Granger planned and put together another great event. This was an all inclusive event she planned at The Ole Hanson Beach Club in San Clemente. Blaire and Steve planned their wedding as a destination wedding, living in San Francisco she left the plans up to Priscilla.

The wedding was amazing and we had a perfect sunset for some great beach photos. Blaire’s Grandpa had a classic Chevy for us to use as a prop for some amazing sunset shots.

Wedding planning: Priscilla Granger of At Your Service Caters

Music and Dj Services: Ed McCullough of Classic Touch DJ

Photography: Joe Broccardo of Broccardo Photography

Video: Paul Santiago of Boffovideo

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