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Aaron and Jetty’s Wedding {They’re Sexy and They Know It!}

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Aaron + Jetty

We couldn’t have hand pick a better woman for Aaron. We absolutely adore Jetty and are so glad they decided to be married. These two are so fun and truly love being with each other. They laugh, they cry, they make silly pictures of each other;  just overall are just a perfect pair. We were so grateful to be a part of their special day and union as husband and wife.

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Aaron + Jetty

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Aaron + Jetty

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Beautiful Jetty getting ready with her bestie Andrea

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Old Saint Mary's Chapel, Rocklin CA

The Ceremony took place at a little church in Rocklin, Old Saint Mary’s Chapel. It is part of the Rocklin Historical Society and has so much history. It’s also very cute! We had never been there before but were excited to find this hidden gem.

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Jetty and her gorgeous ladies

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Aaron and his silly guys 🙂

The rest of the Reception took place at the Placer Event Center not too far from the Ceremony. They packed the place with all their family and friends to share in their special day. Their families are so wonderful and Jetty’s side was a lot of fun! Jetty’s brother did some amazing food. He is a caterer located in San Jose and everyone raved about it! Their wedding party were great as well, they helped them put together a Flash Mob during the Reception. Here’s a little clip, it’s from my phone so not awesome but you get the picture:

We also got some Photo Booth fun!

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Aaron and Jetty's Photo Booth

Thanks to John Tuns of John Tuns Photography we have these pictures in the post to summarize their special day. Now Aaron and Jetty have combined their two adorable families and now are a family of one. Jetty has some amazing boys who absolutely adore her. We loved getting to know them and see their happiness for their mom. Aaron kids are so smart and adorable but I could be a little bias. 😉 We are so happy for them and wish them many many years of happiness. Thanks Aaron and Jetty for letting us be a part of your special day!

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Aaron and Jetty with their family

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Song Choice:

Seating of Family: Jesu, Joy of Man’s
Wedding Party Processional: Canon in D        
Bridal Processional: Bridal March by Jonathan Cain
Recessional: Everlasting Love by Natalie Cole
Kids Intro: You’ve Got a Friend in Me
Wedding party Intro songs: Ice Ice Baby by Vanilla Ice, Supersonic by JJ Fad, Baby Got Back by Sir Mix a Lot, Whoop There it is by Tag Team, Can’t Touch This by MC Hammer
Bride and Groom Intro: Hoochie Mama by 2 Live Crew
Cake Cutting: I Do by Colbie Cailett
First Dance: Still by Elvis Costello
Bouquet Toss: Single Ladies by Beyonce
Garter Toss: Another One Bites the Dust by Queen
Money Dance: September by Earth, Wind and Fire
Last Dance: Celebration by Kool and the Gang

Robert and Lisa's Wedding by Jacqueline Photography

Home, Family & Love. {Robert and Lisa: Married}

Robert and Lisa's Wedding by Jacqueline Photography

Robert and Lisa's Wedding by Jacqueline Photography

A log cabin home, lots of family and close friends, beautiful weather and most of the Truckee police department in attendance… what more could you ask for? Robert and Lisa were married back in July at their private residence. Everything couldn’t have been more perfect. Their home was breathe taking, full of trees and fields in the back and their families were so sweet. Everyone wanted to help, from the decor, to set up, to food, nothing was missed. Lisa and Robert both have wonderful families who were so great to work with. We didn’t have many vendors since family did the food and cake but we did get  to work with the beautifully talent Jackie of Jacqueline Photography! We just love working with her. She is quick, fun and ALWAYS has wonderful pictures to share. Thanks for the pictures in the post!

Lisa's Bridesmaids

Lisa's Bridesmaids

Robert's groomsmen

Robert's Groomsmen

Most of Lisa and Robert’s wedding was laid back. They were so easy going and fun to work with. They both took the day in and enjoyed the time with their family and friends as much as they could.  Their wedding party were some of the best. Always ready to help and ready to have fun. Our Photo Booth was there too, they are so popular and really add to any event. Thanks Robert and Lisa for letting us share in your special day.

Dancing!

Dancing!

Robert and Lisa's backyard

Robert and Lisa's backyard

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All the groomsmen!

Song choices:

Seating of Family: Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring (Festival Strings Lucerne)
Wedding Party Processional: Canon in D (Guitar)  
Bridal Processional: Bridal Chorus (Lumiere String Quartet)
Recessional: Wedding March
Wedding Party Introduced: Accidentally in Love by the Counting Crows
Cake Cutting: Better Together by Jack Johnson
First Dance to Follow: Making Memories of Us by Keith Urban
Father/Daughter Dance: My Little Girl by Tim McGraw fade into (Daddy’s Money by Ricashae)
Mother/Son Dance: My Wish by Rascal Flatts
Garter Toss: Wild Thing by Tone Loc
Bouquet Toss: Single Ladies by Beyonce
Last Dance: Unchained Melody by the Righteous Brothers

Seth and Tara after being announced

Seth and Tara ~ THIS WAS A TRIUMP {Sequoia Restaurant in Placerville, CA}

Seth and Tara after being announced

Seth and Tara after being announced by Amyx Photography

Portal-tastic is all we can say! Seth and Tara were so fun to work with. It started with a small idea and grew. Seth and Tara both love the game “Portal” and wanted to incorporate it in small ways. The first thing was their Save the Date, they had Gawker artist Sam Spratt create their art work for their Save the Date. Check out more about it here or become a fan on FB. It really fit their quirky personalities.

Seth and Tara's Save the Date by Sam Spratt

Seth and Tara’s Save the Date by Sam Spratt

Seth and Tara's Save the Date by Sam Spratt

Seth and Tara’s Save the Date by Sam Spratt

They had so many fun things, some of our favorites were their boutonnieres. They had hand made paper bouquets and comic book boutonnieres, we loved it! The more we talked to them the more we tied the game into their wedding.  We incorporated the finale song at the end of the game into their recessional. Just a small instrumental part that is actually beautiful and those that understood it was from the game had a chuckle, others just enjoyed it. Before the ceremony they had passed out rocks as guests entered and during the ceremony they gathered them. Here is a excerpt from their actual ceremony (they wrote it all themselves) in regards to the rocks:

“Before you met, your lives were on different paths with different destinations. But love has brought you together and joined these separate paths into one. Each one of your friends and family here today have been given a small polished stone that represents their unique individuality and their presence at your wedding today… I will now ask that everyone please take out the stone you have been given and pause to make a wish or blessing for happiness and good will for the couple for the future of their marriage. Now, we will collect the stones and the couple will then add their individual stones to the container as well. With the combining of these stones, you have now symbolically joined your once separate lives.  As the stones have been combined with love into one container, so now are your friends and family joined, through you, into one. And your once solitary life’s paths are also now one. All that was once separate is now shared, and in this sharing you both will find new strength and joy as together you forge a new life path and destination.”

Tara and Dad walking down the aisle

Tara and Dad walking down the aisle by Amyx Photography

Seth and Tara's first dance

Seth and Tara’s first dance by Amyx Photography

They did a lot of DYI things which we think they pulled off well! Oh the ring pillow was the portal cube, it was awesome too. We did some lighting at their wedding. We choose a soft amber to accent the unique characteristics of the Sequoia Restaurant. This building is filled with so much history and it’s so much more than a restaurant. Tawnia the event coordinator at the Sequoia is a rock star! She was great to work with along with all their wonderful staff; so helpful and kind. The lighting just added a beautiful ambience to the room. That’s why we love ambience lighting so much it can disguise a whole room or just add to the beauty of it. We also provided our photo booth which we customized the print design to tie into the game.

Seth's sister Megan catching the bouquet, she's getting married next year!

Seth’s sister Megan catching the bouquet, she’s getting married next year! (by Amyx Photography)

Dancing!

Dancing! by Amyx Photography

Seth and Tara in the Photo Booth

Seth and Tara in the Photo Booth

We loved Seth and Tara’s “out of the box” thinking and the quirky uniqueness of their wedding while still staying traditional enough. It fit them and made it “their” wedding. Thank you Seth and Tara for letting us share your special day, we loved working with you and getting to know you and your wonderful families! Also thank you to Kirk of Amyx Photography, Tara’s cousin who was their photographer for all the wonderful pictures!

Song Choices:

Wedding Party Processional: Still Alive (Instrumental) from Portal
Bridal Processional: Bridal Chorus (Harp)
Rock Ceremony: Canon in D
Recessional: Safety Dance by Men Without Hats
Wedding Party Introduced: One More Time by Daft Punk
First Dance: Book of Love by Peter Gabriel
Cake Cutting: Better Together by Jack Johnson
Father/Daughter Dance: Daddy’s Little Girl by the Mills Brothers=
Mother/Son Dance: Wild World by Cat Stevens
Garter Toss: Another One Bites the Dust by Queen
Bouquet Toss: Don’t Worry About it by N.E.R.D
Honeymoon Dance: With a Little Help from my Friends by The Beatles, Friends by Elton John
Kick off song: Let’s Get it Started by Black Eyed Peas
Last Dance: Don’t Know Why by Norah Jones