Dave and Kalisha's Sacramento LDS Wedding

Dave and Kalisha’s Sacramento Wedding {Granite Bay Golf Club}

Dave and Kalisha’s Sacramento Wedding

Sacramento Wedding, LDS Temple and Granite Bay Golf Club

Dave and Kalisha's Sacramento Wedding

Dave and Kalisha’s send off!

Loving the colors Dave and Kalisha picked for their Sacramento wedding! We had the pleasure of working with Dave and Kalisha on their wedding this last year. We enjoyed being a part of the memories that were made and the simplicity of everything. Thanks to Randy Collier – Photographic Design for the pretty in our post! He was awesome to work with. Randy is located in Utah but Kalisha’s family get all their pictures done by him so had to have him for her Sacramento wedding.

Dave and Kalisha had their ceremony earlier in the day at the Sacramento LDS Temple in Rancho Cordova and then followed their reception at Granite Bay Golf Club. Both are beautiful places! It doesn’t take much to decorate Granite Bay Golf Club but their flower choices made the room pop. Granite Bay Golf Club provided the food which was fun and unique. We had a crepe’s station, an ice cream sundae bar and a cheese, cracker and bread station.

We also had a delicious cake provided by Freeport Bakery (the piping work was exquisite). I would take desserts instead of dinner any day!

One of our favorite parts of their wedding was Dave’s toast/description of why he picked their first dance. He was put in charge of the task and we think he hit it our of the park! Kalisha is very well cultured with a musically inclined family who love art and Dave is sarcastic, funny and easy going. Kalisha often wondered how they were together because they were so different. Dave told us a story and I will try my best not to ruin it:

One day as they were driving in the car Kalisha mentioned how they had nothing in common. Dave replied with, ” Would you say we have no common ground to start from?” Kalsiha replied “yes” (and slightly puzzled to the question). He then replied with, “What about “Breakfast at Tiffany’s?” She knowing the movie replied with, “yes, what about it?” Totally confused as to what Dave was doing (and playing right into his plan). Dave then replied with, “As I recall, I think, we both kinda liked it. Well, that’s the one thing we’ve got.” We are not sure she caught on right away but it came down to the song, Breakfast at Tiffany’s. He joked how he could have picked a “Thousand Years by Christina Perri” but that song was dumb and he only liked it when she sang it. This song was perfect (besides the fact it talked about breaking up). He sent us the song he wanted to use of an instrumental version he made of Breakfast at Tiffany’s which had so much meaning (without the breaking up part).

One last shout out to Dave’s mom Laurie (who we got to work closely with), she made these super cute streamers for their send off. She said she is not that talented and enlisted a few friends to help, they turned our fabulous ladies!

Thanks Dave and Kalisha for letting us share in your special day. We wish you an eternity of happiness.