An absolutely stunning ceremony at the Doris Walker Overlook in Dana Point. Beautiful California sun illuminating the marina and warming the rolling green hills. Pictured is our wooden benches positioned to be socially distanced and our rustic two-post arch decorated with our elegant slik floral arrangement.. Proving that even in our current climate, you can still have a beautiful and safe ceremony.
Roger had the pleasure of marrying Brett & Krystle this last Saturday at his parents home in Wrightwood up in the San Bernardino Mountains. Now if you have not had the pleasure of visiting this quaint mountain community of about 4500, you are missing out.
It’s not a busy as its sister mountains, Lake Arrowhead or Big Bear but it is a hidden gem everyone should see. And the parents home for the wedding was spectacular! From beautiful grounds to an intimate pond, the setting was beautiful. And Roger had an amazing wedding… lots of laughs and lots of tears… You see Roger had to be spot on because he had THREE other couples that he had married there attending the wedding of Brett & Krystle! And they had each passed on Roger’s name and pedigree onto the next couple to get married.
Roger wasn’t aware of this until the day of the wedding and he was so touched and overwhelmed by the wonderful words from his past couples… This was one day Roger will always remember…
Roger has married many a couple at the extraordinary La Venta Inn in Palos Verdes and it never fails to impress. Not only are the views amazing but the staff there is always top notch. From Brian the parking director to Sharla the on site wedding coordinator, always a great team! Plus with Susan as their wedding coordinator, they were in good hands. Aaron and Britny, the wedding couple, who flew in from Missouri for the wedding wanted a light hearted ceremony with lots of laughs and heartfelt moments and boy did they get it! The both of them were cracking jokes thru the entire ceremony trying to make each other laugh and then they both tried to get Roger to break as well… And Roger being the professional that he is, held it together… sort of! Laughs were had all around!
Roger had the honor of marrying Greg & Shannon this last Saturday at the always so beautiful Crescent Bay Park in Laguna Beach. It was an intimate ceremony and the only bridal party was her two young girls. Well during the first part of the ceremony, Roger noticed that the two girls who were standing over to the side were very emotional and both were crying (with happiness) inconsolably. So Roger made an audible and invited the two girls to join Greg & Shannon and totally off the cuff, explained that this wedding is the joining of the entire family and the girls should be right next to them as well. There was not a dry eye in the house….. It was a beautiful moment and a beautiful wedding.
Ashley and Philip chose the Rustic and quietly tucked away Temecula Creek Inn as the destination for their romantic wedding. Once guests arrived, they were taken in a shuttle to an even quieter and remote location, beautifully decorated and tranquil so their guests could truly enjoy themselves.
The ceremony was unplugged, so Wesley informed the guests to keep their phones put away and be present with Ashley and Philip as they were wed. Their genuine spark of love for each other was felt throughout the entire ceremony and on into the evening.
Roger had the honor of officiating the wedding of Edward and Roda this last weekend at ever so beautiful Coyote Hills Country Club in Fullerton. This wedding was amazingly touching. The groom Edward, a pretty stoic, mans man of a guy, had tears running down his face as Roda walked down the aisle. And to top it off, their fur-baby Cosmo was spot on walking down the aisle in his “tux”. And Roger knocked it out of the park with a great ceremony. It was a perfect day !
Roger got to partake in a roller coaster of a ride this last weekend when he married a wonderful couple, Jose & Crystal at the Orcutt Ranch in West Hills. Roger has married couples there before and it’s a beautiful venue and always spot on…….. But this particular Sunday, it seemed like Murphy’s Law was raising it’s ugly head and messing with the day! First of all, the ceremony was running behind by 45 minutes plus…. And to top it off, there was no power to the ceremony site. Thank goodness for the amazing work of DJ Omid who literally saved the day and was able to jerry rig everything together to get power, thus sound and music for the ceremony. And the wedding planner Erica Kumala kept everybody on their toes trying to get things back on track. Plus the photographers had to double time because of losing light…. And all this amazing work was happening all the while our couple knew nothing about it. And that is the way is should be. Roger was very proud to be part of such an amazing team of vendors who turned a hectic day into a perfect day ! Touche to all ! Oh yeah, Roger crushed the wedding too !
Roger had the honor of marrying Angel and Nancy this last weekend at the Andres Pico Adobe Park in Mission Hills. This little gem is is one of the oldest adobe structures in the city of Los Angeles. Built in 1834, it represents a bygone ear and the rich historical past of San Fernando Valley. And this is where our Angel and Nancy wanted to have their wedding ceremony. Both being long time residents of San Fernando Valley, they thought it would be the perfect place to tie the knot ! And with Roger’s help, the wedding was a great success !Share This Post: Follow Us On Social Media: