As we were all driving to the wedding of Nikki and Junior at Serendipity Garden Weddings, we start to accept the fact that it was just going to downpour on us all day. Rain, rain, and more rain for the forecast. But as soon as I arrived and parked my car, the rain stopped! It was a miracle! It actually gave this already stunning venue a bit of unique character for the afternoon. The mood was set, and we just needed our bride and groom! Once dressed and ready, all of the bridesmaids and groomsmen watched from the bridge across the pond as Junior got to see his bride for the first time. It was so romantic. We managed to hold off the rain enough for some fun photos around the venue, but then it eventually came. As guests arrived they were given umbrellas and were told to stand instead of sit for the ceremony, (since it was really coming down now!). Rain or shine though, Nikki was still going to walk down that aisle to marry her man! It was a great metaphor of “for better or worse”, as the weather probably could have been a little better in that moment. Smiles were still had all around, and then the party began! Guests feasted on delicious food and sweets, and danced the night away. But before they were to head home, a special treat was in store for them in the parking lot; an In-n-Out truck! Yes please!!! Congrats you two!
Photography: Shelly Anderson Photography
Venue: Serendipity Garden Weddings
Catering: Serendipity Garden Weddings
Coordinator: Jenny Ramos, Twenty Eight Seven Events
Cake: Michelle’s Bakery
Florals: Flowers Etc.