Savoring the Wedding Day with a Mid Century Style Wedding Reception

John and Katie met through something they both truly love; dancing Argentine tango. Taking tango classes from the same teacher in San Diego over many months they began to feel a deep connection until one day they knew it was love!  After the proposal, both Katie and John knew of the San Diego Woman's Club from tango dances held there. In the evening light, it's easy to envision the ambiance of an elegant late 40's/early 50's dinner and dance club when looking at this grand old building and since Katie had already selected a dress in an early mid-Century style, [the Woman's Club was built in 1948] a vintage wedding theme was born! This sweet, lovely lady of a venue had everything they were looking for: a large, beautiful dance floor [of course!], space for 200 guests, an accessible location, and a tango connection. We think you will love this charming featured wedding shot by Derek Chad Photography.... Having both been married before and experiencing all that a wedding can entail, both Katie and John wanted to be sure really savor and remember all the details and hired wedding coordinator At Your Side Planning, which sure helped! Mainly they both truly cared about their people being happy, taking a moment to really celebrate life, hope and love. Looks like they absolutely got their wish!

Vendor Credits:

Photographer:  Derek Chad Photography

Venue:  San Diego Woman's Club

Coordination: At Your Side Planning

Caterer: Dinners By David

Florist: Artistic Floral

DJ:  Allen Walker Entertainment

Bakery: Sweet Cheeks

Ceremony Videographer + Photobooth: David Zumaya

Makeup: Maggie

Hair: Celestina

Officiant: Craig Sargent

Transportation:  Hire Old Cars

A charming 'KISS' San Diego wedding 'Keeps It Small and Simple' at the County Courthouse

Photographer Paul Douda knows how to capture love! When Paul photographed Veronica and Luis' intimate and very personal wedding, he knew that by following the wedding KISS theory [Keep It Small & Simple] they were able to really do whatever they wanted.  This charming couples wanted above all to celebrate from the heart with just their family, which we think is pretty special! They kept the ceremony to family only then included their whole world for a celebration a few months later. We love this wedding because it may be small but it's mighty full of love! 

Bride:  Veronica Karrer  Groom:  Luis Rosado

Vendor Credits:

Photography:  Paul Douda Photography

Venue: San Diego County Courthouse