No. 418 – Taj and A.J.


Client: Taj and Archierell

Date: August 25, 2018

Wedding Location: Grand Island Mansion, Walnut Grove, CA

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No. 399 – Judy and John


Client: Judy and John

Date: October 22, 2017

Ceremony Location: Grand Island Mansion, Walnut Grove, CA

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No. 383 – Brittany and Jon


Client: Brittany and Jon

Date: June 9, 2017

Wedding Location: Grand Island Mansion, Walnut Grove, CA

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No. 379 – Avalon and Michael


Client: Avalon and Michael

Date: May 19, 2017

Wedding Location: Grand Island Mansion, Walnut Grove, CA

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No. 370 – Imani and Jamison

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Client: Imani and Jamison

Date: November 20, 2016

Wedding Location: Grand Island Mansion, Walnut Grove, CA

Photographer: Meagan Lucy Photography

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No. 364 – Alicia and Aaron

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Client: Alicia and Aaron

Date: September 22, 2016

Wedding Location: Grand Island Mansion, Walnut Grove, CA

Photographer: Amore Fine Art Photography

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No. 347 – Kryssi and Charlie

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Client: Kryssi and Charlie

Date: April 30, 2016

Ceremony & Reception Location: Grand Island Mansion, Walnut Grove, CA

Photographer: Meagan Lucy

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No. 330 – Veronica and Greg

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Client: Veronica and Greg

Date: August 30, 2015

Ceremony & Reception Location: Grand Island Mansion, Walnut Grove, CA

Best One-Liner: From Greg’s poem he wrote to Veronica — “When we initially met I saw you as one sexy lady, but as we stand here today I refer to you strictly as Baby…” Check out the preview clip before to see how he delivered the line complete with gestures!

2015-08-31 09.16.38It’s All in the Details: Veronica was super creative with all the little details at her wedding. She had guests write their name on a wooden heart and it created a unique display. She skipped the usual vase for her centerpieces and went with giant martini glasses instead. She even put a lot of thought into her napkins — making the cutest bride & groom napkin holders.

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Memorable Moment: Veronica’s bridesmaid Marla brought the house down with her rendition of “I Will Survive” as her toast to the bride and groom!

Teamwork! We love working with vendors as a team to achieve the best for our clients and Veronica and Greg assembled a fantastic team who we always enjoy working with! Once again Joan with Beautiful by Nature (www.beautifulbynatureflorist.com) did a fantastic job bringing Veronica’s vision to reality. Sam & Harry’s creativity with the photography provided lots of footage for us. Check out more of their work @ theredsneakerstudio.com. Rev. Prima Diva (www.primadivapath.org) oversaw a beautiful ceremony¬†despite sweltering temperatures! And finally DJ Mitch¬†(www.showtimedj.net) kept the party moving along and entertaining and made sure to always keep us in the loop. It’s a pleasure working with such professionals and working together as a team pays off with a successful wedding for the client!


No. 329 – Pat and Forrest

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Date: August 23, 2015

Ceremony & Reception Location: Grand Island Mansion, Walnut Grove, CA

Last Minute: We actually booked this wedding less than a week before the big day, but I’m so glad Pat and Forrest decided to hire a videographer because there were so many video-worthy moments throughout the day. They are such a fun couple and full of laughs that it needed to be filmed!

back of scroll 3Personal Vows Speaking of fun and full of laughs — everyone was shocked when Pat whipped out her scroll and let it cascade down during her personal vows! She even included a fun note on the back meant for his eyes only! What I loved about these two is that they were not afraid to show everyone their playful side and because they didn’t take things too seriously, they ended up having a blast!

birdcageTeamwork! We love working with other vendors as a team to achieve the best for our clients and Pat & Forrest assembled a fantastic team who we always enjoy working with! Joan with Beautiful by Nature knocked herself out with the flowers and decor. Grand Island always provides a lush garden setting, but Joan kicked it up a notch with her gorgeous flowers and birdcage arrangements that lined the aisle (not to mention the flower petal aisle runner). She even added a heart made out of petals on the hillside for the bride to see as she began her processional. Then Rev. Prima Diva oversaw a beautiful ceremony that went off without a hitch. Megan Lucy with Kight Photography gave us a lot of footage to work with throughout her photo session with the couple. And finally Joe with Extreme Productions kept the party moving along and entertaining and made sure to always keep us in the loop. It’s a pleasure working with such professionals and working together as a team pays off with a successful wedding for the client!


No. 322 – Haylie & Matthew

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Client: Haylie & Matthew

Date: June 27, 2015

Ceremony & Reception Location: Grand Island Mansion, Walnut Grove, CA

Color/Theme Haylie knocked it out of the park pairing Navy Blue and Tiffany Blue. Graphically she also added elements with a chevron pattern. It was so on point and elegant. Walking into Grand Island’s tent was magical and so breath-taking!

Worlds Collide: These two made it to the altar despite Haylie being a Dodger fan and Matthew being a S.F. Giants fan! She sported custom blue Dodger heels while Matthew paid homage to his team with Giants cuff-links.

Good idea:Rather than a traditional tiered cake, they chose to go for yummy Bundt cakes and an assortment of desserts, not to mention a Candy Station.

Surprise!:Their bridal party decided to surprise them with a flash mob to kick off open dancing. Definitely a video-worthy moment!

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