Due to the world being turned upside down, we had to cancel our wedding… like many brides, I had to pivot. We had recently bought our first home and spent so much time working on it, so we decided to have our wedding in our backyard. Our garage turned into Studio 54 with an amazing disco ball installation, 80’s furniture, checkered floor, and a chic curated joint bar for our guests (which was a real hit of the night!).
Our wedding can best be described as if Tim Burton & The Simpsons had a baby. My husband and I are both extremely silly people, very much into pop culture and comedy, however we both are obsessed with the darker things in life; true crime, dark art, ghost stories and more.
Torrential downpours in San Diego didn’t stop Katie and Mike from having one hell of a wedding. Green Acres’ glass building was a gorgeous industrial meets rustic indoor space. They described their wedding as Sons of Anarchy chic meets farmhouse vibes meets modern warehouse. And just wait until you see the dessert table that had amazing donuts.
Don’t miss Katie’s first dance with her son…
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 to mimicking the San Diego Kissing Statue to choreographed dances and break dancing, this wedding kept us on our toes.
Anne and Chad wanted to bring a lovable, fun, and laid-back take to their cowboys and cacti wedding in San Diego. They were married over the summer at a really fun venue in San Diego, Leo Carrillo Ranch, with peacocks roaming and sand all around.
Anne rocked a gorgeous gown while Chad took his outfit to a new level with beautiful embroidery, a bolero, and cowboy hat. This wedding is totally chock full of color and personality — the ring bearer even rode down the aisle in a John Deere tractor!
Nina and James Hawaiian-themed wedding actually took place at Bali Hai Restaurant in San Diego. There were colorful drinks, tropical flora and foliage, a gorgeous vintage-style Hawaiian-themed program, a pineapple cake (that looked delish!), and even a pirate skull on top of their ceremony arch!