Friday, December 10, 2010

Disney Concert Hall Wedding: Bob and Meg

Bob found me via The Knot and he really liked my blog. He said it made him laugh and that was the only wedding blog he’d found that made him do that. He then told me that he and his sweetheart, Meg, were 56 and 58 and getting married for the first time and needed some professional help through this wedding maze. Probably one of those most unique on-line dating stories I’ve had so far: Bob had been on for a while and had dated quite a few people, but Bob was the first person that Meg went on a date with when she signed up. They loved the Disney Concert Hall in downtown LA as Bob often spends his lunch breaks there, so they decided to get married in the Rose Garden and have their reception in the Founder’s Room inside the Disney Concert Hall. Not one for a traditional white dress, Meg wore a fabulous vintage silver beaded gown that she and Bob found one day as they were shopping at a flea market near their home in Santa Monica. That dress paired with her sassy red shoes fit the setting so well.

 Their Jewish ceremony was beautiful and symbolic, and it was so touching to see their tears as they recessed down the aisle as man and wife. The reception was incredibly intimate as many of their 100 guests toasted them and wished them happiness, before they danced and celebrated late into the night. It was truly an honor to walk with Bob and Meg on their journey to become man and wife.


The team that made it happen:

Venue - Walt Disney Concert Hall
Catering - Patina Catering
Wedding Planning - Amber Events
Officiant - Rabbi Robert Kirschner 
Photography - Next Exit Photography

Floral - Peony and Plum
Ceremony Musician - Mike Post
Reception Entertainment - Zuniga Entertainment
Cupcakes - Out of the Oven
Bridal Hair & Makeup  - Beauty by Grace

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