Sunset Cliffs I-Dos!

Jamie and Tim’s wedding ceremony was incredibly magical. It was held on the cliffs at Luscomb Point in Ocean Beach, California. The chairs were set up by Platinum Event Rentals in a semi circle with a small aisle that looked beautiful. TessFresh set up the ceremony floral and arch, which were absolutely gorgeous. Jamie’s father escorted her in from the top of the cliffs as guests watched. This was so breathtaking for the groom to see his stunning bride entering from up high! One of the groomsmen brought a drone that he used to capture footage of the moments before and after the ceremony. Your Perfect Ceremony provided the wonderful officiant, David Cutler, and music services. A bonus video of the ceremony was also included as a wedding gift to the couple!


The ceremony was very intimate with about 40 guests joining them to celebrate! The flower girl, Penrose was the niece of the groom and very adorable. The couple used an oathing stone which they had saved from one of their favorite beaches. The oathing stone is a Scottish tradition where the couple places their hands on the stone while saying their vows. It is taken from the ancient Celtic custom of setting an oath in stone.


Jamie’s cousin, Justin had the role of the “oathing stone bearer.” The couple opted to write their vows and referred to each other as their “leading lady” and “leading man.” Tim emphasized that Jamie has allowed him to travel places and do things that he never imagined prior to them meeting. The bride’s cousin, Jonathan of Runaway Bride Nantucket was a joy to work alongside with as he photographed all of these memorable moments.


Jamie’s father mentioned that since the grandparents were no longer with them, he would make sure the day was perfect for the couple – and it was!  We thank them for allowing At Your Side Planning to come alongside and help them design, plan, and orchestrate such a milestone in their relationship!


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