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Sparkling Blue Wedding at Grand Gimeno

Christine and her bridesmaids got ready inside the Powder Room while Danny and his groomsmen suited up in the Parlor at Grand Gimeno, then the bride and groom met in the Foyer for their first look. A tap on the shoulder turned Danny around to see his beautiful bride standing before him in a lace wedding gown. The two exchanged sweet compliments, then were joined by their wedding party for group photos before the ceremony.

Guests entered the Olive Grove, signed the bride and groom’s guest book, then took a seat. Blue and white flowers lined the aisle and decorated the ceremony backdrop. Once everyone was in attendance, the wedding party made their entrances. Standing before their closest friends and family, Danny and Christine shared their vows, exchanged rings, and sealed the ceremony with a kiss.

Guests indulged in Mini Al Pastor Tacos, Braised Pork Belly Bao, and Meat Lovers and Mediterranean Vegetable Wood-Fired Pizzas while the bar served the newlywed’s signature drinks, Hawaiian Mule and Adios cocktails. Everyone mixed and mingled until it was time to head inside for reception.

Tables were topped with blue runners, candlesticks, napkins, and fresh floral centerpieces, and sparkling lights hung from the ceiling. The bride and groom made their grand entrance, shared their first dance, and took a seat at their sweetheart table. Dinner was served and family and friends shared toasts. After dinner, a 3-tiered marble wedding cake was cut, and guests were invited to indulge in dessert. The evening ended out on the dance floor with everyone showing off their best moves and sharing a dance with Danny and Christine before heading home.

Venue: Grand Gimeno // Cocktail Hour Catering + Cake: Jay’s Catering // Planning: A Touch of Lavender // Photography: KLV Photography // HMUA: Vivian Tran Artistry // Linens: Stephanie’s Linens // Dinner: Furiwa

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