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If I had to get married all over again, I do two things differently: I would do a destination wedding (bye bye guest list drama!) and I would have the venue be a winery. Every single winery wedding I see has stunning views and an effortlessly chic and romantic vibe. Plus, obviously, wine, my favorite food group. Needless to say, today’s feature is pretty much winery wedding #gaols. “We wanted our wedding to be really boujee but still kind of hood, just like us,” said bride Natalie (hilarious!). “The colors were black and gold. We went with all white floral arrangements. The bridesmaids wore black dresses and the groomsmen wore black tuxes with bow ties. Our grand entrance song was Bad and Boujee, because why not.” Love the sense of humor – at the end of the day, it’s your wedding so DO YOU!

 

The Ceremony

The Reception

We relate to this wedding on a spiritual level:

“The most important things to us: the music (90s R & B plus current hip hop) and the drinks! Our signature drinks reflected our Filipino and Korean heritage – Manila Mule and Seoul 75.” 

 

Vendors:

Photography: Ryan Horban Photography | Ceremony Venue: Mount Palomar Winery | Event Planning: Mount Palomar Winery | Floral: Rebecca Eichten | Videography: N/A | Wedding Cake: Cakes to Celebrate! | Hair: Makeup by Hana | Makeup: Makeup by Hana | Wedding Dress: Ines Di Santo | Groom’s Attire: Hugo Boss | Submitted via: Matchology