Engagement Photos In Old Town Temecula

Old Town Temecula Engagement Photos

If there is one place I’m more than familiar with it’s Old Town Temecula. I’ve walked up and down the streets of Old Town taking photographs of many different awesome engaged couples. And since I’m a Temecula local I’ve also zig-zagged my way through the streets of Old Town after some good day time drinking, mid afternoon drinking and late night drinking. So yeah I was pretty pumped to show Lindsay and Jay my hometown stomping grounds and favorite watering holes. The engagement session started at Luke’s, which has a nice little patio overlooking Old Town Temecula. From there we sort of cruised around random places looking for inspiration and snapping photos until we eventually felt parched. At that time we made a detour to BlackBird Tavern to rehydrate with some IPAs and cocktails. Once we were fully rehydrated the engagement session transitioned from Old Town to De Luz, which is a nearby area overlooking the entire city. We were hoping to get a good sunset or break in the clouds for some warmth but the cloudy day was meant to be as Lindsay would say. But we kicked the cloudy day’s ass, had some cold beers and shared in excellent company. The Temecula engagement session was a success, but if you don’t believe me feel free to check out some of the photographs from our day together below. That’s them right there below this sentence. Get at them.

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All the above photographs are copyright protected by Ryan Horban, a wedding photographer in Temecula. So don’t be one of those people who cruises around the Internet and steals images without permission. Be the person who opens doors for ladies, buys their buddies a round of beers, or calls their mother to simply say “hi, I miss you ma!”