I love when two perfect people find each other. Maggie, who is absolutely precious and has the best heart, has married Kevin, who also has an amazing heart! We flew out to sunny San Diego and stayed at the breathtaking L'Auberge Del Mar resort for her wedding. Seriously, this wedding at L'Auberge was definitely one of the coolest venues I've photographed.



Maggie and Kevin value their faith in God and wanted that to be apparent throughout their wedding day. Kevin even got Maggie a bible with her new married name engraved on the cover.

We almost had a disaster for Maggie and Kevin's wedding. This, of course, was 5 or 6 weeks before the wedding when I was photographing Maggie's bridal portraits in Fayetteville. We started planning the wedding day and realized that her wedding, which took place after daylight savings, would be in the total darkness! Yikes! I'm glad we're both good at planning and finding solutions.  Maggie implemented a solution that resulted in --- quite possibly --- my favorite wedding ceremony images EVER.

Maggie requested the Benny Booth for her destination wedding reception in San Diego, which added a lot of fun for her guests.

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About Benfield Photography

Dale started Benfield Photography in 1998 as a way to pay for college. After earning his Master's Degree and teaching college photography, he decided to transition into a full-time photographer.  Since then, he has photographed more than 500 weddings all over the country and abroad. He has also published two books on photography and business.

Dale loves cooking, entertaining, Hallmark Christmas movies, Jesus, kittens, and his two daughters, Cece and Ellie.

Benfield Photography photographs weddings in Arkansas, California, and worldwide. He's photographed weddings in Rome, proposals in Paris, New York City weddings, Dallas weddings, Memphis weddings, Austin weddings, Los Angeles weddings, Napa Valley weddings, San Diego weddings, Aspen weddings, and many more.

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