Rainy day at the Laguna Beach Gazebo

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They came from Vegas to have a ceremony at our Sunny Southern California Beaches but instead the had a bit of rain and a slight change of plans.

Laurie and Diana ended up nearing me at the Gazebo behind Las Brisas in Laguna. Luckily no one was using it and there was a break in the storm.

Nothing could stop their love story. With a friend and photographer with them they exchanged their vows above the crashing waves.

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Keep a BREAST of your Wedding Ring

Last night I was doing a wedding at a cool Restaurant in Long Beach called Michael’s.

I was performing a casual wedding on their roof top for Esataban and Susan. They stood facing each other as their Family was seated at the tables. I went thru the paces of their vows and I do’s and then it was time for the rings…..

I asked for the ring. He reached into his pocket and pulled out a ring. she then reached into the top of her wedding dress to find the ring she had nettled in her cleavage before the ceremony. She dug around and couldn’t find it she was elbow deep into her dress rooting around as her frustration grew. I was afraid that she was going to either rip the dress or have a Janet Jackson style wardrobe malfunction in front of all her guests. When finally after exploring the entire contents of her upper region…. a bling bling noise came out from under her dress. Where ever the ring was became dislodged and finally fell to the ground. We found it before it had a chance to elude us again and had a great laugh and finished with the ring ceremony and finally they were pronounced Hubbie and Wifee.

Here is a tip… Either let the best man hold the rings or give them to the Officiant to hold on to. Otherwise you may have to keep a breast of things.

Here was the venue. The food is out of this world.

Michael’s on Naples Ristaurante

www.michaelsonnaples.com
5620-East East 2nd Street
Long Beach, CA 90803
(562) 439-7080
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