Joe and Olivia wanted to incorporate all of their individual customs, heritage, and family into their ceremony. And their love of disco music. They decided to have a tradition Filipino Ceremony including a veil, cord, and coin tradition. Since this wasn’t the very first marriage for either and they each had 3 children, some in their early 20’s, they wanted the children to feel united among this new family. We did a beautiful Family Sand Ceremony with 8 different colors! The most special part of their Wedding was Olivia’s son who is currently serving our country in the military was able to fly in and walk his mother down the aisle.
I was lucky enough to meet Javier and Brigitte a few months ago when I officiated a family member’s ceremony. We hit if off and I knew we were going to have fun planning their special day and make it memorable. Their love for each other was so apparent, they had trouble getting through their vows without crying. And since they both love Game of Thrones, I couldn’t help but talk about their love being stronger than Fire and Ice. We also did a lovely Family Unity ceremony with their lovely little girl, Lynnie Poo, the Poodle. Perhaps my favorite pun of any wedding so far, they were pronounced Mr. and Mrs. Diaz and at the head table,they had written, “For the rest of our Diaz”.
Albert and Dana were wed in the comforts of their own backyard. With a lovely pool on a bright, sunny day, it almost felt like a destination wedding! They had close friends and family there to support them, and their dogs were playfully running around, enjoying the festivities. Once they walked down the aisle as Husband and Wife, they wasted no time celebrating with their friends and family!Follow Us On Social Media: