Wedding Photos at Peacock Gap Clubhouse
Dianna & Josh’s Romantic Country Club Wedding
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From the couple: Josh and I first met in Las Vegas, even though we both lived in different states. He lived in Florida and I lived in California. I gave him a fake name and number, but decided to look him up on Facebook a few months later. We began talking and formed a sort of pen pal friendship. After the course of two years I flew out to see him in Florida. On our trip to Disney World he asked me to be his girlfriend and that he was going to move to California to make us work; and we’ve been together ever since! We love to travel as a couple and take trips every summer. He proposed in front of the Mayan Pyramids, Chichen-Itzá on July 21, 2017. He said he wanted to do it somewhere special and somewhere that was a reflection of my culture and heritage. He got my engagement ring custom made through an extended family member. Inside he engraved “let the memories begin” which were the words on the back of our Disney World tickets when he asked name out. Our wedding bands we picked together and are a great representation of our style. I knew I wanted a bit of a rustic wedding, but also wanted to involve some cultural aspects of Mexican and Jewish Traditions. We really liked the lavender and grey combo and how great it looked for the wedding photos at Peacock Gap Clubhouse. I’ve never been a pink girl anyway so the different shades of purple we had just fit perfectly. I actually had one of my bridesmaid custom make my dress. She designs wedding dresses for a living so I knew I was in good hands. I had a big princess puffy dress for my quinceañera and wanted to go for a more rustic couture look This time. My veil was also made by my bridesmaid. I always dreamed of walking down the aisle with a long veil and she made that vision a reality. The bridesmaids had the liberty to pick their own dress as to what they liked best and what was in their best price range. I just provided some sample styles and the colors and BOOM! The groomsman were the easy. Josh and I went to Mens Warehouse and saw what we liked! I did a lot of research on Pinterest and searched what type of flowers were available in September. I sent my pictures to my florist and she made it happen. Our ceremony was an extremely thoughtful piece. Being from two different religions, we wanted to make sure both were represented and that our families would be happy. We had our ceremony be co-officiated by a priest and a rabbi. Our ceremony wedding fan programs had the explanations of each tradition we included so that both families and friends were aware. We had a small non-religious reading by my brother, we drank out of the kiddish cup (wine), we had the Lasso uniting us, Yamakas, the Katubah signing , we passed out rings around our guest to be blessed, and he broke the glass! I walked down the aisle to the instrumental version of “can’t help falling in love” by Elvis. We loved the wedding photos at Peacock Gap Clubhouse. This location was the only one Josh and I both fell in love with. It had everything we wanted in a venue. We had a mixture of short and tall center pieces. My mom and I bought all the flower stands and wooden boxes in LA. I then painted the boxes my self and took them to my florist to use. We also cut table runners ourselves for each table. We had a signature lavender champagne when guest arrived at the venue. They all arrived in shuttles we provided for the hotel and were warmly greeted with a yummy drink. We had a photo booth, lawn games and a piñata during out wedding!