Winter Wedding Vibes

Jennifer and Tony chose a beautiful California December day to tie the knot. The bride and groom decided on the beautiful Vizcaya, a lovely Queen Ann Bed and Breakfast located in the heart of Sacramento, California.

Jennifer’s fairytale dress from Miosa Bride hung elegantly in the doorway. The rings shimmered in the light. The bride was pampered by All Dolled Up Beauty + Bridal inside one of the venue’s beautiful rooms. Every detail was perfect down to the invitations by House of Design Concept.

Three images: :eft image of dress handing in hallway. Right top image of layflat spread featuring wedding detail elements. Right bottom image of wedding rings in front of bokeh backdrop.

Jennifer stepped into her dress with the intricately beaded bodice and felt like a princess. Her bridesmaids helped her button up the back. She stepped into her bejeweled strap sandals that showed off her pedicure, and she was ready.

Three images: Top image of bride looking at camera standing next to wedding dress. Bottom left image of bridesmaid buttoning wedding dress bodice. Bottom right image of bride showing off shoes.
Five images: Top left image of bride putting on her earring in front of window. Top right image of bride's mother helping put bracelet on. Bottom left image elevated view of bride touching necklace around her neck. Bottom center image of bride's mother helping with necklace. Bottom right image f bride adjusting clasp of necklace.
Single image of bride enveloped in veil.

When Your Crew Has Got You

Tony got ready in another room as his groomsmen kept him steady. His mom had a special moment with him while she helped him put on his custom cufflinks designed by Hundred Hearts, who also created custom cufflinks for his groomsmen. Tony also gifted them with personalized flask he found at Love and Luxe Handmade.

Two images: Top image of groom looking in mirror with groomsmen surrounding him. Bottom image of groom's mother helping with cufflinks.
Two images: left image of groomsmen's monogrammed cufflink boxes in pyramid shape. Right image of groomsmen's personalized flasks.

Mother and son shared many memorable moments, but this moment was made even more special because the leis and boutonnieres were made by family members who own The Flower Impressions, LLC, and were sent with love from Hawaii.

Three images: Top Left image of groom's mother putting on groom's boutonniere. Bottom left image of mother of groom looking at groom while smoothing lapel. Right image of mother and groom standing together with arms wrapped around each other.
Three images: Tope image of groom looking down while straightening tie. Bottom left image close-up of groom's cufflink. Bottom right image of groom putting pocket square in pocket.

First Looks Last Forever

The couple decided to have a non-traditional First Look session, and the front steps of Vizcaya made an intimate and beautiful setting. Jennifer snuck up behind her groom and gave him a little cheeky pinch. As he turned around to see his bride, he couldn’t help but to smile and playfully enjoy this time together.

Four images: Top left image of Bride walking up behind groom as he looks down. Top right image of bride touching groom as he turns around. Bottom left image of groom looking at bride for the first time. Bottom right image of bride and groom playing pat-a-cake.

Perfection on the Portico

Vizcaya’s lovely portico next to its fountain was the perfect spot to show off Jennifer’s train and veil. Tony and Jennifer took this opportunity to steal a pre-wedding kiss.

Two images: Top images of bride and groom standing on balcony with veil and train spread out in a circle. Bottom close-up image of groom kissing bride's forehead.

Wedding party photos were so much fun as they laughed and posed on the porch of the historic mansion. Vizcaya also boasts a sweet garden and patio area for photographs and breathtaking stainded glass windows in their Grand Pavilion.

Three images: Top left image of bride and bridesmaids in burgundy dresses lined up with bouquets. Top right image of groom with groomsmen grouped on stairs.  Bottom image of entire wedding party grouped on stairs.

How Sweet It Is

Family is incredible, and Jennifer and Tony had a fantastic family team. Shout out to Michaela Cabanilla, Rhoda Perez, and Maricris Maravilla; along with the dessert table they lovingly put together., they also created this gorgeous flower wall as a backdrop.

Four images: top image of sweets table in front of wall of flowers. Bottom left image of flower petals and glass candle vases lining aisle. Bottom center image of table setting and floral centerpiece. Bottom right image of round table setting and tall centerpiece.

The other excellent floral work surrounding the venue was created by NC Event Designs, who did an excellent job with the archway, aisle and table centerpieces, and bouquets.

Five images: Top left image of table setting lit up and flanked in flowers. Left center image of s'more pop favors. Bottom left image of table setting litl of with twinkle lights, Top right image of charger and menu table setting. Bottom right image sweetheart's table.

The ceremony was held on a cool winter evening and was officiated by Tan Wedding and Events. Beat Fleet DJ worked with Dee and Kris to ensure there was enough uplighting to make the ceremony dramatically breathtaking. Vizcaya Sacramento’s in-house coordinator, Samantha Buchanan, did a fantastic job ensuring the evening went smoothly.

Single image of venue ceremony site lit up at night.

Jennifer got creative with her Cricut machine to create these one-of-a-kind seating charts. Nicely done!

Three images of etched glass signs such as seating arrangement and signature drinks.

Toast! Toast!

Friends and family gave their funny and touching toasts as the sweethearts sat at their Sweetheart’s Table. Tears and laughter were the message of the evening.

Five images: Right image of couple looking at each other while seated at sweetheart's table. Right four images of various guests toasting couple.

Following the sweet and sentimental toasts, Jennifer and Tony made their way to cut into the cake. This beautifully made two-tier cake that Sacramento’s own Ettore’s Bakery expertly created.

…And the DJ Played On

Beat Fleet DJs provided great vibes and even greater tunes for the couple to celebrate their day. Jennifer and Tony glided across the dance floor to the sounds of 17 by Pink Sweat$

Four images of couple's first dance.

One of the favorite moments of the evening was the dances Jennifer and Tony shared with their parents. As Tony’s mother leaned her head against her son’s chest, Jennifer’s father whispered a teary, “I love you” to his daughter.

Four images: Top left image of bride dancing with father. Top right image of bride's mother's wiping bride's father's brow of sweat. Bottom left and bottom right images of groom dancing with mother.

Party Rock

The money dance is a longstanding tradition that extends culturally throughout the world. It can be sweet and subdued but usually gets raucous and crazy as it did at Jennifer and Tony’s wedding!

Four images of bride and groom with various guests during money dance.
Four images: Top image of garter toss with groom under bride's dress. Center left image of male guests catching garter. Center right image of bride tossing bouquet. Bottom image of female guests catching bouquet.

Screams of excitement filled the venue as Tony played hide and seek for the garter, and Jennifer lined up the ladies in her life for the bouquet toss.

Single image of guests who caught garter and bouquet with bride and groom

Breakdancing, group dances, signature moves, and more were showcased on the dancefloor as the party carried on into the wee hours of the night.

Six various images of guests dancing.

Congratulations, Jen and Tony!

Single image of bride and groom in recessional from ceremony.



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