Coral popped the champagne and poured the bubbly for her bridesmaids just after the glam squad finished hair and make up. The girls were all in matching magenta robes while the bride wore a traditional white. After a few sips, everyone slipped into their wedding attire; the bridesmaids in maroon dresses and the bride in a timeless lace gown. In a nearby room Robert and his groomsmen suited up, knotted their maroon ties, and laced up their shoes before meeting with the girls at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles for the bride and groom’s first look. Coral’s bridesmaids peeked around the corner as Robert and Coral walked towards each other for the big reveal. When the two met, Robert was stunned by his bride’s beauty and the bridesmaids couldn’t help but gush. The bride and groom snuck away to the rooftop for a few photos together before heading inside for their ceremony where Robert had a surprise awaiting Coral.
Guests were seated in the Grand Foyer beneath the Dueling Dinosaurs when Robert made his way to the head of the aisle. The second Coral came walking out, arm in arm with her father, she began laughing and smiling. At the head of the aisle where her groom stood was a person in a dinosaur inflatable costume acting as the officiant of their wedding. Once she made it to Robert, the real officiant stepped in and the two read personal written vows and exchanged rings. The ceremony concluded with a kiss and everyone made their way into cocktail hour where tray passed hors d’oeuvres were aplenty. After a few drinks, the DJ announced the arrival of the bride and groom and guests found their seats. Coral and Robert shared their first dance and listened to toasts from family and friends before indulging in a delicious dinner. Zucchini Lime Chicken, Vegetarian Rotolo Bolzano, Garlic Mashed Potatoes and more filled everyones plates as lively conversations erupted at each table. The dance floor became the next hot spot after dinner and everyone including Grandma showed off their moves. The bouquet and garter were tossed and the evening ended with a cake cutting and tasty donuts for dessert.
Venue: Natural History Museum of Los Angeles // Catering: Jay’s Catering // Photography: Tyler Chase Photography // Planning: Mad Love Events // Florist: Love Note Events // HMUA: Celebrity Army // Video: Michael Bromberg