Charlene and Enrique pulled together as many elements as possible to reflect who they are as a couple. They were over 2,000 origami paper cranes to celebrate the bride’s Japanese heritage, several nods to their love of Disneyland, and even their cake had a Golden Gate bridge to celebrate San Francisco, where they met, dated and got engaged. Overall it still had a classic elegance achieved by lush florals and a romantic color palette.
Miku and Leo’s wedding was a mix of American and Japanese culture. Miku wore three different dresses throughout the evening. The wedding was held the week of Thanksgiving to represent their thanks to their guests and families for their support and love. The original wedding venue was flooded in Hurricane Harvey a couple months before their date. They live in Japan, so thanks to a good wedding planner they were able to find a new venue.