Las Posas Country Club Wedding by Figlewicz Photography


Kaitlin and Ted had a sim­ple yet ele­gant wed­ding. Located in Camar­illo at the Las Posas Coun­try Club, this loca­tion was beau­ti­ful. The large tree’s and long lawns made for an irre­sistible land­scape. The cou­ple mixed navy blue with light pink and white to give off a clean and nat­ural look to their spe­cial day. Casey and Andrea Figlewicz of Figlewicz Pho­tog­ra­phy were there to cap­ture the true beauty of this cou­ple in their can­did moments. Enjoy!







Girl Meets Boy…

My sis­ter is mar­ried to Ted’s cousin! Before we dated we walked together in their wed­ding and became God par­ents to their first born Devan! So nat­u­rally, we were around each other a lot. FOUR years later (Sep­tem­ber 16, 2012) we had the oppor­tu­nity to tour the U.S.S. Iowa that was docked in the San Pedro Har­bor. Ted’s dad vol­un­teers there so we were able to tour after hours. We walked up to the deck and looked over to the Vin­cent Thomas bridge, which was lit up neon blue. We were com­pletely alone at night on this huge bat­tle ship, so of course I asked him to dance! Sadly, he declined. I was so shocked that I turned around and was pre­pared to force him to dance when he pro­posed! Of course I said yes! Lit­tle did I know that he had the ring in his hand the whole time (which is why he didn’t want to dance). I couldn’t have been more shocked, and EVERYONE knew about it (but me).




I have to applaud Ted on the guest favors. It was a “Hot Toddy” mix (ounce of whiskey, honey stick, and tea bag). I orig­i­nally wanted to do just tea, but the whiskey made it WAY more fun, espe­cially because it is a win­ter drink! Also, I wore my grand­moth­ers (Corolyn) pearl neck­lace and a ring with her dia­monds in it. Lastly, Ted wore his grand­fa­thers (also Ted) suit, and his other grand­fa­thers (Harold) wed­ding band. They all have passed away so it was really impor­tant for us to rep­re­sent them.











Color Palet…

I have always been a sim­ple girl. From my per­son­al­ity to the way I dress is casual. Since we only had 4 months to plan a wed­ding, I couldn’t DIY our whole thing. So I decided to keep it clas­sic, sweet and sim­ple. I have always loved navy blue, and it was a Win­ter color so it fit well! Light pink and white are clean and sim­ple accent col­ors, and all together it was exactly what I envi­sioned. I also added stripes into the mix, which gave off that clas­sic and sim­ple style.







Wed­ding Plan­ning Inspiration…

I’m a wed­ding pho­tog­ra­pher, so I have seen my fair share of recep­tion rooms! Over­all, I real­ized that some­times less is more! I went with sim­ple guest tables with boxed flow­ers and a bot­tle as the table marker. As far as the wed­ding party, I let the girls pick out any navy blue dress they wanted! I wanted every­one to feel com­fort­able and beautiful.



Mem­o­rable Moments…

I just remem­ber hav­ing every­one I love at the recep­tion and look­ing around! What an awe­some sight, see­ing EVERYONE we care about here for us. It was amazing.


Advice for Other ‘New­bie Brides’…

Don’t go crazy! Stay within your style and accept help if it is offered!


RADDEST Wed­ding Vendors…

FLORALKel­ley Flo­ral: Mau­reen Kel­ley worked day and night to sup­ply cen­ter­pieces for 35 tables (and more). She is afford­able and easy to work with! I highly sug­gest her!

PHOTOGRAPHYFiglewicz Pho­tog­ra­phy: Casey and Andrea are per­son­able, and also awe­some pho­tog­ra­phers! I love their style and professionalism.



Wed­ding Artists | Pho­tog­ra­pher: Figlewicz Pho­tog­ra­phy | Venue: Las Posas Coun­try Club, Camar­illo | Flo­ral: Kel­ley Flo­ral | Dress: Camar­illo Bridal | Hair: Jack­lyn Oram | Makeup: Bliss Makeup Artistry

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