Nicole and Jean chose the sprawling meadows of Redwood Canyon Golf Club for their wedding because of the secluded serenity. The Castro Valley venue sits nestled among the trees, tucked away from the world.
Nicole was primped and pampered with hair and make-up exquisitely done by Dorthy at Pouf Hair Studio.
Nicole shined like a diamond in her beautiful beaded sheath gown and veil.
The flower girl spinned and twirled in her dress that made her feel just like a princess.
Ring Security took his job very seriously and protected the asset the whole time.
Once the bride was ready, they hopped into the stretch party bus for selfies and heartfelt toasts.
Jean thoughtfully gifted his wedding party these personalized pool cues, and this bar was an excellent choice for them to get ready in, have a toast to settle the nerves, and play a game of pool.
A little nervous grin before the groom dons his customized face mask. Face masks definitely became a sign of the times for 2020/2021 weddings.
There are friends, there is family, and then there are the friends that become family.
Sandra, the coordinator with Wedgewood Weddings, added personal touches to make the venue perfect for Nicole and Jean. These sweet blocks counted down the days for the couple. A heart-shaped rustic wood sign welcomed guests at the beginning of the wedding aisle.
The bridesmaids and groom made their way down the aisle, followed by the two twirling flower girls tossing petals into the air and along the path for the bride to glide across.
The ring bearer looks on, awestruck at the bride’s beauty. As she makes her way down the aisle, Jean looks at her with joy and amazement and anticipation of their future together.
The couple exchanged their vows as guests wiped away tears.
With these rings (and these laughs), they became husband and wife.
The new Mr. and Mrs. walked back down the aisle through a shower of confetti and cheers. Arm in arm, they walked to the creek bridge as husband and wife. Next to the bridge sat a giant marquee sign of the word “LOVE” designed and created by Sweet Little Details. Love was the theme of the day.
Date Jars offer an excellent way for the couple to have fresh new date night ideas for the first year of their marriage. Guests write their best date ideas on craft sticks, and for the next 12 months, the couple will always have fun new suggestions.
The warm, rustic colors paired with the fairy lights and candles were perfect for this late October wedding.
During cocktail hour, guests gathered and posed for pictures while Nico Perez gave an impressive live performance on his ukulele and sang.
As the evening began to ramp up, the DJs at iMobile DJs set the tone for the evening. First, with the couple’s dance as new husband and wife giant sparklers illuminated the joy on their faces.
And as the couple danced with their parents.
And then, as everyone danced their booties off all night long.
The cake created by Nothing Bundt Cakes was the center of attention as it sat in the center of the double ring cake stand adorned with a floral arrangement provided by Dana’s Event Boutique and Florist. They also provided the other floral arrangements and bouquets for the wedding.
To cap off the evening, guests piled into the photo booth for keepsakes that would show the fun that was had forever.