With their wedding ceremony at the iconic Immaculata at USD and reception at The New Children’s Museum, Jazmine and Michael were able to pull off both traditional and whimsical. This stunning wedding had meaningful cultural traditions with lots of twists. From bridesmen (in matching pink Filipino barong!) to mimicking the San Diego Kissing Statue to choreographed dances and break dancing, this wedding kept us on our toes.
The Immaculata is just as stunning inside as it is outside. The outside is dominated by Spanish architecture with a red tile roof and mosaic dome while the inside featured beautiful columns and stained glass windows. The newlyweds exited the church with a sword ceremony performed by Michael’s Navy brothers.
Jazmine and Michael booked a wedding trolley to transport the wedding party to The Kissing Statue at Seaport Village. Just wait until you see how that photo turned out!
Then it was off to the wedding reception, which took place at The New Children’s Museum in San Diego. They transformed the space into a chic venue while still keeping it super playful. Pink flowers in jars sat on top of slices of tree trunk. Jazmine’s father made the tree-inspired cake stand complete with lovebirds perched among the branches.
Don’t miss the tearful ceremony, choreographed dances, and all of the love these two clearly share…
VendorsMakeup: CosmoVy Hair • Florals: Franco’s Flowers • Ceremony Location: A Wedding Day Coordinator • Venue: The New Childrens Museum • Event Planner: Confetti & Glitter Events • Dress Store: Bridal & Veil • DJ: Suit & Tie Group • Cake: Pure Cupcakes • Cinema and Video: Amari Productions • Photographer: EMRY Photography