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A Mariachi Celebration at the Casino San Clemente

Amanda made her way over to Elias in the Rock Garden at the Casino San Clemente where chairs were set up for their wedding ceremony. With a tap of the shoulder, Elias turned around to see Amanda standing there in a beautiful, lace bodice wedding dress. He gave her a sentimental gift and they looked at it together in awe before disappearing out of guests sight and into the West Wing where they played foosball and cornhole before coming back out for their grand entrance. Cacti and an assortment of blue, pink and white flowers decorated the fireplace mantle that acted as the ceremony backdrop. Amanda met Elias at the head of the aisle where they exchanged sweet vows and their friends and family cheered as they were announced husband and wife. During cocktail hour, a mariachi band played live music as drinks were flowing and hors d’oeuvres were passed around. The party made its way inside the Grand Ballroom for dinner and dessert before stepping out on the dance floor and dancing the night away.

Venue: Casino San Clemente // Catering: Jay’s Catering // Planning: Joy n' Company // Photography: Mike Yoon Photo // Florist: McKenna Floral // DJ: Soundwave Productions

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