Do you ever find yourself thinking you were supposed to be born in a different era. That the past is just where your heart lies? Well, this featured wedding might be something you should look into. Carlos and Daniella chose to celebrate their special day at the Kern County Museum. The rustic and historical museum wedding venue was a spectacular foundation for the day's celebration, and the couple's pictures from the bell tower are unlike any other! This is definitely a wedding that will go down in history!
For Kevin and Stefan, it was love at first sight. And what an extraordinary love they have. The two actually met while Stefan was in California on vacation just a couple days before he went back home to the U.K. The flame was instant, so the two managed to keep in touch and soon began traveling the world in order to keep seeing each other. If that isn't already the most romantic thing you've heard, about a year later, Stefan made the move to San Diego in order to be with Kevin.
If you thought it surely can't get any sweeter, just wait-- the two had a sentimental reason for choosing their venue of the San Diego Museum of Art. The museum's architecture and design resembles that of European architecture. Do you see where we are going with this? Kevin says, "the beautiful European architecture in San Diego signifies Stefan's culture moving into mine." *Here is where we pause to pass out.* San Diego based wedding photographer Derek Chad beautifully captures this charming, 'Old World meets New' love story....enjoy!
Photographer: Derek Chad Photography // Bar Service: Blind Lady Ale House // Cinema and Video: byDesign Films // Photo Booth Equipment: Derek Chad Photography // Coffee Bar: Euro Bar // Transportation: Gold Coast Limos // Equipment Rentals: Hire Elegance // Equipment Rentals: Hostess Haven // Floral Designer: Isari Flower Studio // Pianist: Jonathan Coyle // Linens and Coverings: La Tavola // Band: Lucky Devils band // Design and Decor: Luxe Events//Event Venue: The San Diego Museum of Art//Caterer: The Vetted Table
There's nothing quite like a modern white wedding and what better place to have one than overlooking the ocean at the San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art in La Jolla ?
Meredith and Allen first met in flight school when they were becoming military pilots. Allen was swimming a mile for his survival training and Meredith was counting laps for him. Meredith’s friend Liz totally embarrassed her by telling her friends in Allen’s class that Meredith though he was cute. Luckily, Allen thought Meredith was pretty cute as well and the rest is history.... Allen proposed to Meredith on the beach in Del Mar after dining at the beautiful Jake’s restaurant for dinner. They watched the sunset and when the crowds started to disperse, he thought the time was right and got down on one knee and proposed. Their beautiful white wedding was perfect. They exchanged vows at the All Hallows Catholic Church on top of Soledad mountain which overlooks La Jolla. Guests then met up at the stunning Museum of Contemporary Art in La Jolla for a unique wedding experience surrounded by contemporary art exhibitions and the beautiful styling of Madmade Designs, with delicious food from local favorite Giuseppe’s Catering.
Photographer: Shelly Anderson