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Vintage Vows at Grand Gimeno

After tying the knot at their church, Symbria and Mason headed to Grand Gimeno to do it all over again in front of their family and friends. While touch ups were happening inside the Parlor and Powder Room, guests signed the bride and groom’s guest book and took their seats. The aisle was lined with white, peach, lavender, and pink flowers and more floral arrangements topped pillars and overflowed from urns at the front of the room. Once everyone had taken a seat, the wedding party made their entrances ending with the bride, Symbria. Vows were recited, rings were exchanged, and the ceremony was sealed with a kiss while everyone cheered from the sidelines.

Cocktail hour was held in the Courtyard and Foyer where Crab Cakes and Shrimp Ceviche were tray passed. While guests mixed and mingled, the newlyweds posed with their vintage car in front of the venue before rejoining the group. Everyone got together for a picture to commemorate the day, then headed to the Olive Grove for dinner.

Tables were topped with gold accents, fresh flowers, tall candlesticks, and handwritten name tags that led each guest to their assigned seat. Friends and family shared toasts, then dinner was served. Tequila Lime Chicken, Barbacoa Shredded Beef, Cheese Enchiladas, Black Beans, and Spanish Rice were selected by the bride and groom for their wedding menu with help from our Event Specialist, Lauren. After dinner, Symbria and Mason shared their first dance and invited everyone to join them and end the night with a big dance party. Dance battles were had, and the energy remained high until the very end with a confetti exit.

Venue: Grand Gimeno // Catering: Jay’s Catering // Photographer: Sydney Jackson

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