The breathtaking San Diego skyline was the backdrop for Reagan and Patrick’s ceremony at Centennial Park in Coronado, California.
Coronado island is the peninsula off San Diego, California and the home of the world famous Hotel Del Coronado. It is an iconic place to visit and sought after for weddings and vacationing alike!
Reagan and her entourage spent the morning getting ready at the gorgeous Marriott Coronado. Reagan and Patrick shared a few moments together during their first before having family and friends join them for group photos!
Centennial Park is one of our favorite spots for ceremonies. Not only do we get to admire the magnificent view of downtown San Diego but being in Coronado is relaxing and wonderful. Platinum rentals furnished the ceremony rentals while Eric from Wholesale Flowers decorated everything with their lavish floral pieces including all the bouquets!
Bolt Transportation provided the transportation for the couple and bridal party for their day which made traveling the island a breeze! The ceremony music was provided by Heidi Thomas Violin and the officiant, Larry Watson had the honor of marrying the couple.
The Boathouse Coronado hosted the cocktail hour and dinner providing the yummy food! This restaurant was built before Hotel Del with charm and character…we loved it.
The toasts were a special time; especially hearing the father of bride share so many wonderful memories of the bride as a little girl. It was touching to hear his advice on love being an action and a choice, rather than a feeling!
The emcee and DJ, Preston Foreman (DJ Wreckrd) did a fabulous job the entire night. Guests enjoyed delicious appetizers, drinks and the fun photo booth from Event Booth Rentals. Cupcakes Squared designed this amazing tier of square cupcakes and a small cake for cutting!
Jessica of France Photographers joined the couple for their day and did a wonderful job capturing every moment. Thank you for these amazing photos. We thank Reagan and Patrick again for allowing us to coordinate their special day and wish them all the best!