GSS Featured Wedding :: Jessica & Jeff’s Vintage Handmade Wedding :: SWOON by Katie

Happy Hump Day, Lovelies!!!  If you LOVE vintage, handmade and outdoor weddings, then boy, are you in for a treat today!!!  Today’s fabulous featured wedding comes from Katie Scott of SWOON by Katie, a California based wedding photographer. Katie has been so sweet and accommodating to GSS and we have truly enjoyed working with her on this feature.

Jessica and Jeff were married on August 20, 2011 in a beautiful ceremony at the Willow Creek Ranch in Valley Center, California.  Katie was kind enough to share a little bit about the big day with us:

“To say I adore this couple would be an understatement. I love their chemisty, their excitement and their sweet genuine spirits. I go way back with Jessica, as she was one of the models for Lo Boheme’s Lookbook last year! Then I got the priviledge of shooting her engagement and then her wedding. It has been such a pleasure to get to know her and Jeff’s families. They really are incredible people, and even better together than they are apart. They put SO much work into their wedding and it was so ridiculously pretty. I was just in awe. The light, the details, the portraits, the people…everything was just perfect. Thanks to my friend Harmony for shooting with me for this one! Enjoy!” 

 

Vendors:

Venue: Willow Creek Events
Makeup & Hair : Friend of the Bride
Cake: Made by Family friend
Caterer: Jalisco Taqueria
Dress Designer: Watters In Cabo Dress
Flowers: Sue Williams (venue owner) and Karen Williams (friend)
Groom’s Attire: Alfani Red Label
Jewelry: Banana Republic/Nordstrom
Shoe Designer: Ivanka Trump
Hair Accessories: Lo Boheme
Officiant: Father of the Bride

Thank you so much, Katie, for sharing this amazing wedding with us! Please stop by her website and show her some love! Jessica and Jeff, we hope your wedding was everything that you have ever dreamed of and wish you a lifetime full of love, laughter, and happiness!!! May every day be better than the last!

If you have an engagement, wedding, day after, or anniversary session that you would like featured- Please send it to us at submissions@groomsoldseparately.com. We HEART submissions!

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GSS Featured Wedding :: Jennifer & Brian’s California Vineyard Wedding :: Three Nails Photography

Happy Hump Day, Lovelies!!!  Today’s featured wedding comes from Hunter and Brittney Leone of Three Nails Photography.  They are a Shreveport, Louisiana based husband and wife wedding photography team.  Hunter and Brittney have been more than accommodating to GSS on this feature.  Thank you!  Jennifer and Brian were married at Lago Giuseppe Winery in Templeton, California on June 11, 2011.  Jennifer was kind enough to answer a few questions for us:

How did you and your  husband meet?  At business school.

How long have you been together?  5 years

How did Brian propose?  Brian proposed on a rainy day on the pier at Nick’s Cove– an adorable oyster shack on the coast near San Francisco. 

What sold you on your wedding venue?  When we visited Lago Giuseppe, we knew it was the place for us. We love the central coast of California and the venue is simply beautiful, with wispy oak trees and a private lake.  We also loved the fact that the venue is family owned and run. Joe and his family were warm, accommodating, and extremely easy to work with. They didn’t have strict, limiting rules like most wineries in Napa or Sonoma. They allowed us to make our wedding into what we wanted and not something that had to fit in a package.

Your dresses are gorgeous, where did you get them and how did you know they were “the ones”?  My wedding dress is from Vera Wang. I loved the layers and the romantic feel to the dress. It was also not your typical wedding dress.  My 2nd dress is from BHLDN. I loved it because it was fun, comfortable, a bit bohemian, and it still looked like a wedding dress.

What was your “something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue”?  I actually didn’t follow this tradition.

How did you choose your wedding color palette? I wanted something soft, a bit rustic, and something that complemented the outdoor setting.

Do you have any advice for bride and grooms that are in the planning process?

1.Unless you have unlimited time on your hands, try to limit the DIY projects to just a few things that you’d like to really personalize.  With all the amazing DIY weddings you see online nowadays, it’s easy to let your creative juices run wild. But there’s only so much time for everything.

2. Set realistic expectations on the level of your fiancé’s involvement — some guys will want to have a say in everything and some will want to just show up on the day of the wedding. If the former, let him have a say. It’s his wedding as much as yours.  Perhaps decide what’s most important for each of you and let each have ownership of those things.  If the latter, know who you’re marrying and accept that. This will save a lot of fighting, disappointment and resentful feelings. Having full carte blanche isn’t necessarily the worst thing. It could even make the deciding process easier. Just make sure to get enough support from others so you’re not taking the full burden of managing everything.

3. Try to get everything done a week before the wedding so that you’re not completely stressed out or sleep deprived the days leading up to your wedding day. You could end up getting sick, breaking out, or just simply exhausted and grumpy.

What song did you dance to for your first dance?  Somewhere Beyond the Sea by Frank Sinatra.

What was your favorite part of your big day?  My favorite moment of the wedding was when Brian gave his speech at the reception.  He secretly planned to give his speech to my mom in Korean, as my mother doesn’t speak English very well.  Reaching out to one of my Korean friends to have it translated, he had planned to surprise the both of us. Though I unfortunately found the translation on the dining room table two days before the wedding, the thought and effort he put into it will never be forgotten.  His mispronunciations made the moment that much more adorable and the look on my mom’s face told me that this gesture meant the world to her. 

 

Vendors: 

Venue: Lago Giuseppe

Dress: Vera Wang and BHLDN

Wedding Cake: Sarah Lagrotteria of Apples and Onions; Other cakes and desserts: Madonna Inn, Lette Macarons

Floral: April Flowers (bouquets and boutonnieres), Skyline Flowers (DIY)

Linens:  Elite Events Party Rentals

Catering: La Donna Dolce

DJ/Band: We played our own playlist

Videographer: Chad Clough

Invitations/Wedding Stationery: (all DIY) Re Jin Lee and Me

Event Design & Styling: Re Jin Lee and Me

Thank you so much, Hunter & Brittney, for sharing this amazing wedding with us!  Please stop by Three Nails Photography’s website and show them some love!  And thank you, Jennifer, for taking your time to answer our questions!  We wish you and Brian a lifetime full of love, laughter, and happiness!!!  May every day be better than the last!

If you have an engagement, wedding, day after, or anniversary session that you would like featured- Please send it to us at submissions@groomsoldseparately.com.  We HEART submissions!

 

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GSS Weekly Recap :: Weddings Revisited

This week we covered a great wedding trend, brought you a stunning inspiration board and a fabulous California wedding. The weather has a chill in the air and for some states the wedding season is coming to a close. Brides and grooms that are newly engaged or planning an engagement soon, we thank you for visiting our site for all things wedding. Finding inspiration and great wedding trends is just a few clicks away.

GSS Featured Wedding :: Liz & Nathan’s Botanical Garden Wedding :: Gabriel Harber Photography

Happy Hump Day, Lovelies!!!  Today’s featured wedding comes from Gabriel of Gabriel Harber Photography. He is a Oakland/San Fransisco, California based wedding photographer.  Gabriel has been more than accommodating to GSS on this feature.  Thank you!  Liz and Nathan were married at University of California Botanical Garden at Berkley, California on July 31, 2011.  Liz was kind enough to answer a few questions for us:  (Side Note:  I have to say that Liz has some of the most … [Read More...]

GSS Wedding Inspiration Board :: Nude & Blush :: A Neutral Wedding

Over the past year, there has been a rise in the trend of having an almost completely neutral wedding color palette.    We are totally on board with this trend as it makes for a very romantic and vintage feel.  But if you think a totally neutral palette is a little bland, you can add in a little color.  We chose to add in the color Blush.  It’s so soft and subtle and compliments the neutral colors so perfectly.  Mix these colors together and you’ve got yourself a gorgeous color … [Read More...]

GSS Wedding Trend :: Bridal Cuffs!

Accessorizing a clean, effortless wedding dress with a statement necklace has been a popular trend this year.  But if you’re not a necklace-wearing type of bride, maybe you’d be interested in jazzing up your wedding day look with some bridal cuffs instead.  We’ve found some gorgeous options for your viewing pleasure.  Etsy has a plethora of bridal cuff options and Johanna Johnson has some designs that will knock your socks off too.  But just keep in mind, if your dress has elaborate … [Read More...]

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GSS Featured Wedding :: Liz & Nathan’s Botanical Garden Wedding :: Gabriel Harber Photography

Happy Hump Day, Lovelies!!!  Today’s featured wedding comes from Gabriel of Gabriel Harber Photography. He is a Oakland/San Fransisco, California based wedding photographer.  Gabriel has been more than accommodating to GSS on this feature.  Thank you!  Liz and Nathan were married at University of California Botanical Garden at Berkley, California on July 31, 2011.  Liz was kind enough to answer a few questions for us:  (Side Note:  I have to say that Liz has some of the most touching, sincere and wise answers to our questions.  Please make sure that you take the time to reader her answers and not just skip past them while looking at their beautiful images.  They are so worthwhile and insightful!)

How did you and Nathan meet? The old-fashioned way… in a bar on the dance floor! 

How long have you been together? Couple years?  5 maybe? 

How did Nathan propose? On one knee, after making me a perfect cup of coffee and homemade heart-shaped waffles.  He said all sorts of beautiful sweet things that I wish I recorded because I honestly can’t remember them… but there were some happy tears and a loud yes.  And a stunning ring.  I call it my free range rock, since it is a conflict-free diamond from Brilliant Earth.  Hopefully our marriage will be equally conflict-free and we will continue to make choices together that support happiness and health for all people. 

What sold you on your wedding venue? Nathan loves redwoods, and Mather Grove just has this really sacred feel.  We had the ceremony there and the reception at the Claremont Hotel.  We went from rustic nature to old world glamor, but it felt very local and special to us… and was simple for our guests. 

Your dress is gorgeous, where did you get it and how did you know it was “the one”?  The dress is Nicole Miller and it is from an awesome boutique on Park Street called ZOE Couture.  I knew it was the one when it fit and the salesgirl told me it was included in the half off sale!   

What was your “something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue”? I didn’t really do this – I wore my Nana’s crystal necklace – that was old and reminded me of her, which reminds me of love.  But the borrowed item did not fit, and the blue item just did not happen… although I guess my bridesmaids wore blue… I think this was one tradition I just skipped.  I also skipped the bouquet toss – trust me ladies, your single friends really hate that event. 

How did you choose your wedding color palette?  Navy looks good on everyone, and green is fun.  

If you love Liz’s Navy and Green wedding color palette, be sure to check out our Navy and Apple Green Inspiration board!

Do you have any advice for bride and grooms that are in the planning process? Talk to each other about what is important.  This is an expensive event, even if you try to be frugal, and so you want to spend on what matters. For us, we spent money on the photography and the food.  We saved by having it on a Sunday and going with a hotel for the reception… and we saved a lot on flowers and decorations.  I made the favors.  Instead of a rehearsal dinner, we had a street party with a taco truck caterer. Instead of having 150 people, we had around 75 and were able to afford the event we wanted.  I know everyone says this is your day and so do what you want, and that is true, but I also think that you do want to consider the needs and comfort of your guests.  Don’t read too many wedding magazines. You can get some great ideas, but you can also set some unrealistic expectations if you are not careful and start buying wacky stuff. Cute as they are, your guests really don’t need coordinating parasols and flip flops.  They are there to celebrate you!  Feed them well and make sure they have drinks and lots of fun. 

What song did you dance to for your first dance? “Home” by OK Sweetheart, a Texas band.  We saw them live a few years ago at an after show at Austin City Limits and we loved them.  The lyrics are spot on… “where ever you go, I’ll go, knowing one day I’ll be calling it home.”  I moved a lot when I was younger, and I didn’t realize until I fell in love with Nathan that I have not felt “home” for a long, long time.  I have this overwhelming sense of belonging where I am when I am with him. We now have a beautiful home together…and I know we always will, no matter where we go!  

What was your favorite part of your big day? Every single moment was incredible.  Seeing how happy my husband was and how much fun he had was awesome. The toasts by our family and friends were so touching, and everything was just right. 

Venue:  Mather Grove , UC Botanical Garden (ceremony) and The Claremont (reception) 

Dress: Nicole Miller 

Cake: Katrina Rozelle in Oakland, plus a grooms cake from FeelGood Bakery 

Floral: Sarai from the Berkeley Farmer’s Market 

Linens:  The Claremont

Catering: The Claremont 

DJ/Band: The best!!!  DJ Jeremy 

Videographer: No thanks!  Pictures are plenty. 

Invitations/Wedding Stationery: Made my own, bought paper at Target, bought custom stamps from Etsy 

Event Planner: Me!

Photographer: The best!  Gabriel Harber 

Thank you so much, Gabriel, for sharing this amazing wedding with us!  Please stop by Gabriel Harber Photography’s website and show him some love!  And thank you, Liz, for taking your time to answer our questions!  We wish you and Nathan a lifetime full of love, laughter, and happiness!!!  May every day be better than the last!

If you have an engagement, wedding, day after, or anniversary session that you would like featured- Please send it to us at submissions@groomsoldseparately.com.  We HEART submissions!

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GSS Featured Wedding :: Jaymi & Andy’s California Tuscan Villa Wedding :: Dana Grant Photography

You’re in for a treat today!  Today we have a fabulous submission from Dana of Dana Grant Photography.  Dana Grant Photography is one of our preferred vendors and sponsors of GSS!  So please join us in giving Dana a great BIG warm welcome to GSS!!!  Dana Grant Photography is based out of California.  

Jaymi and Andy were married in Simi Valley, California at Tuscan Villa Estate  on December 11, 2010 (how FUN- 12.11.10!).  Jaymi was a complete DIY bride and did an AH-MAZING job!!!  Kudos to you, Jaymi!  You are so super talented!  Jaymi was kind enough to answer a few questions for us:

How did you and Andy meet? Andy and I met online…which we are both still so shocked about. I never would have met him because we definitely ran in different circles, but one day I posted an ad on Craigslist (YES, craigslist!!!!) and didn’t even put a picture. I received about 1,000 emails (that’s no exaggeration) and whittled it down to 2 dates, one of which was Andy!!!

 

How long have you been together? We have been together now for nearly 6 years. 

  

How did Andy propose? While on a long business trip to New York, I was feeling upset that my plane was delayed by two hours. and I was desperately missing my darling boyfriend, Andy. I arrived at the airport and was expecting my assistant to be picking me up…lo and behold, I caught sight of the pretty red mustang that signified that Andy was picking me up instead. He sensed that I was starving (the plane had run out of food!) and whisked me off to one of my favorite restaurants. While at dinner, he said that we were going to go home for a quiet night of snuggling and movies. That sounded perfect after the week I had!
When we got to our house, he opened the door and to my utter surprise, there were about 200 candles lit and a pathway from our front door of rose petals. The pathway led to a little “stage”, with a huge vase of gorgeous long stem roses… There he told me all of the things he loves about me and about us together. He got down on his knee and said my full name when asking me to be his wife…to which I screamed YES about 40 times. I hadn’t even looked at the ring yet because I was so focused on him, but when I did…I nearly woke up the neighborhood!  Finally, after many minutes of kissing and hugging, I started thinking…”how did he DO this???”  I asked him precisely that, to which he responded “I have one more surprise” and walked over and turned on the light to our adjoining dining room, where my 3 dearest friends jumped out!!! I screamed again!!! I never get to see these girls because our lives have all become so busy. It was a dream come true to have them there to witness one of the most amazing moments of my life. They brought out the champagne and treats they had prepared for the night and we all sat around talking about how wonderful and exciting the night was. Best of all, I have 3 different videos of the proposal!!! That is an absolutely priceless memory to have on video!!! It was the perfect proposal and showed me just how well Andy knows me and knows what I would want.

What sold you on your wedding venue? It was a beautiful home…and I could make it anything I wanted. They were open to any idea and put no rules and regulations on who did the catering, where the ceremony was or what time the wedding had to end. I loved that we got to stay there for five days with our wedding party and we held the rehearsal dinner in the same gazebo where our cocktails were held on the night of the wedding. I considered it a Home Destination wedding…which was exactly what we were looking for.

Your dress is gorgeous, where did you get it and how did you know it was “the one”? Oh, I LOVE my dress. It’s “Billie” from Sottero & Midgeley, I got it at a little Bridal shop near my home called Karoza in Glendale. It was the first dress I tried on!!! When my Mom, Matron of Honor, future Mom in law all saw me in it…they all knew it was the one, too. But, just to be sure, I tried on 28 more dresses over the next two months and always came back to that dress. I absolutely felt like I had never put on a garment that fit me so well!! I loved my dress so much that I even decided to have a Wedding themed birthday party about 2 months after our wedding just so I could wear it again!!! It was a great idea because I got to really enjoy it again before I had it cleaned!

 

What song did you dance to for your first dance? Andy and I share a love of dancing, so for our first dance, we choreographed a foxtrot that had a surprise in the middle… he rips off my long skirt to reveal a sexy little number underneath…and we did a salsa dance. We cut together our own song of “Lucky” by Jason Mraz for the foxtrot and then “Butterfly” by Jason Mraz for the salsa dance, using my basic programs on my Mac. 

What was your “something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue”? My something old was a handkerchief that was my grandmothers from the 40′s, something new was the dress, something borrowed was the bracelet I wore which I borrowed from my future step-mom-in-law, something blue was my adorable underwear that said “I do.”

How did you choose your wedding color palette? I wanted to choose something that was classic and wouldn’t go out of style. Black and White is timeless and it really worked with the theme of Hollywood Modern Romance that I was going for. Then, Andy and I have a true love for all things red…so I added the little pop of red to suit us both…and to add a touch of romance.

Do you have any advice for brides that are in the planning process? Don’t labor over every little detail. Focus on the big important tasks and then realize that no matter what, some things won’t be perfect, and that is ok. Being a bridezilla just isn’t cute and it’s really not necessary… remember that all the people helping you and supporting you are there because they love you so much but they still have lives of their own to deal with. After the wedding, you will look back and realize that the most important moments were the shared moments leading up to the day with your best friends, family and most of all… fiance. 

What was your favorite part of your big day? After we did our first dance, Andy surprised me by serenading me with our song “Calling You” by Blue October. He had his little sister learn it on the guitar and absolutely stunned me by SURPRISING me… I couldn’t believe he pulled something like that off without me knowing about it. It was one of the most romantic moments of my life.

Vendors :

Venue: Tuscan Villa Estates, 1248 Rocky Rd, Simi Valley, CA 93063, (310) 614-5352  www.vrbo.com/104502

Dress: Sottero & Midgeley, purchased at Karoza Bridal in Glendale California

Cake: Dorie Kinney, The most amazing cake I have ever tasted…REALLY. She only does a certain amount a year! 818-240-8454

Floral: Belle of the Ball, 818.415.5541 & 805.660.2947

Linens: I made them myself!! :D

Catering: Command Performance Catering, I worked with Annette and she was darling.

DJ/Band: Spencer Sutherland

Videographer: I had a friend do the main one and hired a guy off of craiglist to do a super 8 vintage video! Here is a short reel of the super 8 footage, I LOVE it!  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iNvZFR07jrY

Invitations/Wedding Stationery: I designed them, but I had them expertly printed and collaborated with Teresa at Occasion to Celebrate 

Event Planner: Myself! I hand made all of the details… the feather boutonnieres, the bridesmaid dresses, my second dance dress, the graphic details/signs, the lace linens, the broadway musical table numbers, etc.

Thank you so much, Dana, for sharing this amazing wedding with us!  Please stop by her website  and show her some love!  And thank you, Jaymi, for taking your time to answer our questions!  We wish you and Andy a lifetime full of love, laughter, and happiness!!!  May every day be better than the last!

If you have an engagement, wedding, day after, or anniversary session that you would like featured- Please send it to us at submissions@groomsoldseparately.com.  We HEART submissions!

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GSS Featured Wedding :: Eric & Aubrey’s San Diego Winery Wedding :: EE Photography

Happy Hump Day, Lovelies!!!  We’re halfway through this work week! YAY!  Today we have a fabulous submission from Erin of EE Photography.  EE Photography is based out of the Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas area. 

Side Rant:  Does the name EE Photography sound really familiar to you?  It should… Back in October, we ran this fabulous “Bohemian Meets Farm” styled photo shoot by Amanda Marie Portraits and EE Photography AND then EE Photography ran a giveaway for a free photo shoot all of November on GSS!  So, if you can’t tell, we just LOVE EE Photography!!!

Aubrey and Eric were married in San Diego, California at St. Gregory the Great and hosted their beautiful reception at The  Bernardo Winery on November 6, 2010.  Aubrey was kind enough to answer a few questions for us:

How did you and Eric meet?   We were cast in a play together as husband and wife. Eric is a co-founder of Furious Theatre Company in Los Angeles and they were doing the world premiere of “An Impending Rupture of the Belly” by Matt Pelfrey. Eric was already cast in the role of the husband but they put out a casting call for the role of his wife and had over 400 submissions! I was lucky enough to be cast opposite him as his wife and apparently the chemistry was good enough to carry over into real life :)

How long have you been together?  Three and a half years. 

How did Eric propose?  Eric proposed to me on a trip to Italy in front of the Trevi Fountain in Rome. Legend has it that if a visitor tosses a coin in the fountain, they are ensured to return to Rome. Eric asked me to close my eyes, throw a coin in the fountain and make a wish. When I opened my eyes, he was down on one knee.

What sold you on your wedding venue?  We were originally looking for a winery (we love wine!) and when we were doing our research, we came upon The Bernardo Winery. When we got to the grounds and started walking around we realized it was a perfect blend of our two families – it had a quaint, rustic feel that reminded us of Eric’s Texas home and the family that started the winery was from Sicily, the same Italian place that my dad’s family (the Saverinos) were from! As for the wedding ceremony, we chose St. Gregory the Great, a church that my family had been a part of when I was a child. The congregation started out in an office with folding chairs but over the course of my childhood, my parents helped contribute to the building of this beautiful new church. 

Your dress is gorgeous, where did you get it and how did you know it was “the one”?    The dress is from a boutique in La Mesa, California called “Amour Bridal“. I was out to lunch with my mom after I got engaged, but it was still over a year away from the wedding. She suggested we just pop in a few places to get some ideas, since I didn’t know exactly what I was looking for at the time. When we went into Amour Bridal, I saw this dress on the hanger and thought I’d never seen anything like it! It was too unique not to try on. I’d only tried on a few other dresses but once I put this one on, I knew it was the one. 

What was your “something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue”? 

My something old was a gift from my mother’s best friend who recently passed away – it was a beautiful chocolate brown garter that she had worn on her wedding day.

My dress, shoes and unique flower headpiece (created by my Aunt Pam) were all new so I figured the “something new” category was pretty covered :)

Something borrowed were a pair of pearl earrings from my mother and my something blue was a sapphire ring my mother gave me. 

What song did you dance to for your first dance?  Eric & I danced to Ingrid Michaelson’s cover of “Can’t Help Falling in Love”. We wanted something classic with a twist and since we had both discovered Ingrid Michaelson at a concert we went to in Los Angeles, we thought using her cover of the song would be perfect!

How did you choose your wedding color palette?  We chose fall colors for our wedding palette – deep browns and greens, with accents of copper, yellow, orange and burgundy. We wanted the colors to complement the colors of the outdoor fall reception at the winery and my aunt took the idea and ran with it. She did an amazing job incorporating those colors into the bouquets and all the arrangements and decorations for the reception. 

Do you have any advice for brides that are in the planning process?  It’s easy to get hung up & stressed out about tiny details, but always remember the bigger picture: this is day where so many people you love and care about come together to celebrate the two of you, and that doesn’t happen very often. So be present, enjoy the moment and don’t sweat the small stuff ;)

What was your favorite part of your big day?  Honestly, it’s hard to pick just one – but we’d have to say the best part was being surrounded by our family and friends. It was such a fantastic day and we are extremely grateful to everyone who helped make it so special. 

Vendors:

Venue: The ceremony was at St. Gregory the Great in San Diego & the reception was at The  Bernardo Winery 

Dress: purchased at Amour Bridal 

Bridesmaid dresses: Two Birds  

Cake: Vegan cupcakes from Cupsin La Jolla, CA

Floral:Courtesy of Aubrey’s very talented aunt & independent florist – Pamela Tamkin

Catering: Cafe Merlot at The Bernardo Winery

DJ/Band: Jeremy Jones at Party People Mobile Entertainment 

Event Planner:Aubrey, Ashley Saverino (sister of the bride/Maid of Honor) & Connie Saverino (mother of the bride) :)

Thank you so much, Erin, for sharing this amazing wedding with us!  Please stop by her website and blog and show her some love!  And thank you, Aubrey, for taking your time to answer our questions!  We wish you and Eric a lifetime full of love, laughter, and happiness!!!  May every day be better than the last!

If you have an engagement, wedding, day after, or anniversary session that you would like featured- Please send it to us at submissions@groomsoldseparately.com.  We HEART submissions!

 

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GSS Featured Wedding :: Natalie Moser Photography :: Jinie & Brad’s Arroyo Trabuco Golf Club Wedding

Today’s fabulous feature comes from Natalie Moser PhotographyNatalie Moser Photography is a boutique lifestyle photography studio based in California.  We’ve featured Natalie’s work a couple of times before in our 2010 Wedding Dress Trend :: Polka Dot Wedding Dresses (AND the bride in this feature is wearing THE Melissa Sweet dress we featured!  Sigh… We LOVE that dress so much!)  and in our 2010 Wedding Trend :: Photo Props posts.  I guess it’s safe to say we love Natalie’s work and we’re so excited to do a FULL feature showcasing it!

Now for the feature:  Jinie and Brad were married at the Arroyo Trabuco Golf Club in California.

Vendors:

venue: Arroyo Trabuco Golf Club
onsite coordinator: Alyson Gabaldon
photography: Natalie Moser Photography
video: Aartistic Video and Photography
makeup: Kelly Zhang
floral design: Green Leaf Designs
lighting and lanterns: 4th Dimension Events
ceremony music – flute and guitarist: LA Jazz Band
dj: VOX DJs
cake: It’s All About the Cake

Thank you, Natalie, for sharing this amazing wedding with us!  Stop by Natalie Moser Photography’s website by clicking here and her blog by clicking here and show her some love-  Please let her know that GSS sent you!  And Jinie & Brad, we wish you a lifetime of love, laugher, and happiness!  May every day be better than the last!

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