Stephanie got ready in the Bride’s Room while Brian and his groomsmen hung out in the halls of The Casino San Clemente. Bridesmaids in light blue, light pink, sage, emerald and ivory dresses helped put the finishing touches on Stephanie’s look before she went outside for a first look with Brian. Brian anxiously awaited his bride who slowly walked over in her stunning white wedding dress with lace bodice and sparkling belt. When Brian turned around, huge smiles filled both of their faces as they laid eyes on each other for the first time that day. Shortly after, guests arrived and took their seats outside in the Rock Garden. The fireplace outside acted as the ceremony backdrop and focal point for their ceremony. It was covered in rust, peach, white and light pink flowers arranged with different types of greenery. The wedding party made their way down the aisle and silence fell over everyone as Stephanie and Brian exchanged loving vows. The tearful ceremony was sealed with a kiss and friends and family were excused to cocktail hour on the Patio of the Stars. Black Bean and Sweet Potato Empanadas with avocado crema and Shrimp Ceviche were tray passed to hungry guests before everyone was let inside the West Wing for dinner. Peach linen napkins matched each floral centerpiece and water goblet at every place setting. The sweetheart table was decorated in the same flowers from Stephanie and Brian’s ceremony earlier and greenery hung from the ceiling at the center of the room. Friends and family shared stories about the couple and toasted to the memories before each table was excused to the buffet. Barbacoa Shredded Beef Street Tacos, Cheese Enchiladas with Ranchero Sauce, Refried Beans, Elote Corn Salad, and Mexican Caesar Salad were served. The party had fun with the bouquet and garter toss and even more fun when the bride and groom brought out smog machine guns. For the remainder of the evening, guests danced the night away in celebration of the newlyweds.