Casey and Kenneth had the most beautiful, intimate wedding ever. In my opinion, everything about their day was perfect! The weather was just right! Since it was in the morning, it was a little cooler, not too hot. The ceremony took place on the North Straub Park lawn and had the best views of the bay. The gorgeous Banyan tree was the perfect backdrop for the ceremony. The couple had donuts and coffee waiting for the guests when they arrived to the ceremony location. You know it’s going to be a great wedding if there are donuts, am I right? The bride, groom, and flower girl arrived to the site by a horse-drawn carriage. I’m a sucker for the classic, romantic details like that. I played “Game of Thrones” for the processional (how fun!) and the classic “Pachelbel's Canon” for the bride. Casey was absolutely breathtaking and obviously so happy to be marrying her groom. I don’t think she could stop smiling! After the ceremony, a brunch followed at the very elegant Museum of Fine Art’s Membership Garden. The museum is stunning and the harp was perfect there! One of my absolute favorite things about this wedding… the couple had “newspapers” at each table setting that had stories and facts about the couple. I wish I grabbed one to read! This was the first time I had seen something like this and I loved the idea so much! I had so much playing for this Casey and Kenneth’s wedding. I wish the lovely couple a lifetime of love and adventure!
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