Trey&Amelia’s Wedding

Amelia and Trey caused such a stir among locals and passerby’s that people would stop to take pictures and try to join the festivities—I have never seen anything like it.

A few words to describe this wedding? Modern, chic, progressive, fun and incredibly refreshing. An amazing couple—Amelia & Trey decided to make “fun” the theme for their wedding. With no traditional wedding party, and their bulldog ‘Mila’ as a flower girl—this awesome couple said “we do” during their vows, were presided over by a mutual friend, and pronounced husband and wife in the name of “The Dude”.  After the ceremony, Amelia—stunning in Watter’s Palm Springs gown, hand-in-hand with Trey were followed by all 200 guests from the Treemont House towards the reception space, in a traffic-haulting parade led by the Jazz band Marcos Melchor & The Good Luck Trio.

Amelia and Trey made that gorgeous custom logo for their wedding. The reception offered a 3-course meal by the incredible team of David Cordúa of Cordúa Restaurants Catering; which had three unique and succulent themes: Flirt, Court, and Play. The reception was adorned by peacocks, an extravagant dessert table, as well as impeccable, colorful design at every corner. A pink dance floor—as requested by the bride, a photo-booth, and the amazing DJ Dave Wrangler, to set the mood for the party. Towards midnight, the bride and the groom showered their friends (their parents, a couple of aunts, and even grandma) with glowsticks. As dub step played loudly—more jaw-dropping fun ensued when the guests were handed  headphones to participate in a Silent Disco.

All-in-all an incredibly fun party for everyone involved.

Like I’ve said, a wedding like no other. Thank you for letting me be a part of it, guys! 🙂

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July 6, 2012 - 8:36 pm

Sebastien Solar - Awesome photos!
One Correction..the amazing 3 course meal was provided by David Cordua of Cordua Catering (as opposed Darla Hickman). Given the amazing work done by his team, I think it is worth correcting.

Once again, great photos and summary.

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