The ceremony and reception took place in at Jardines de San Juan, a Mexican restaurant which has been in Angelina’s family for 40 years. They brought in decorative elements that reflect Angelina’s Mexican heritage while also connecting to the Western theme of the town.
Marc + his groomsmen all donned the *coolest* bolo ties from 22 Toddities.
Music played a really big part in our relationship. Keith Zarriello (The Shivers) was a favorite when we started dating. Not only super fans, we became friends with him while we lived in New York City, and we couldn’t have imagined the day without him. He performed some favorites of ours at the beginning of the ceremony and processional.
Angelina shares: The venue itself was a restaurant which was started by my parents in the 1970s, who have since passed. Getting married at the restaurant felt like a way to share the occasion with them, and I always knew I wanted to have our wedding here.
photography: Jenn Emerling // venue name: Jardines de San Juan, San Juan //Article: https://greenweddingshoes.com/colorful-mexico-inspired-wedding-at-an-old-western-town-in-california/Bautista, California, USA // florals: Mission de Flores // wedding dress: Daughters of Simone // wedding dress boutique: Loho Bride // hairpiece: Butterfly hat by FabHatters // bride’s shoes: Jeffrey Campbell // hair stylist: Yvette Robin // makeup artist: Julie Dy // groom attire: The Havana Suit from Suit Supply and bolo tie from 22 Toddities // videography: Shark Pig // catering: Jardines de San Juan // cake: Gayles Bakery // tabletop rentals: tables from Chic Event Rentals // furniture rentals: One True Love Vintage // music: The Flashdance // leather jacket lettering: Veronica Leon //Article: https://greenweddingshoes.com