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Black and Gold Mission Inn Wedding

We are so happy to see our black and gold Mission Inn wedding for Melody and Abraham featured on the Ceremony Magazine Blog this week! This wedding was also featured in their full color print magazine! Incase you missed it, here is the full feature:

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Photography | Cean One Studios
Floral Design, Linens & Rentals | Ambiance Designs by Shawn Adams
Location & Wedding Night Hotel | The Mission Inn Hotel & Spa
Coordination | Classic Touch Events
Formalwear | Friar Tux Shop
Reception Entertainment | Undercover Live Entertainment
Lighting | Pro AV
Invitations | T&K Print Management
Cake | The Bakers Oven
Favors | My Wedding Favors
Ceremony Entertainment | Mariachi Tequila
Gown Designer & Bridal Salon | Carolina Herrera Bridal
Hairpiece | Luxe Deluxe
Bridal Jewelry, Bridesmaid Jewelry, Bridesmaid Shoes & Flower Girl Dresses | Nordstrom
Bridal Shoes | Kate Spade
Hair & Makeup | Dollhouse Hair & Makeup Design
Bridesmaid Dresses | Bonny Bridal
Mothers’ Dresses | Macy’s

Love Story:
Abraham proposed to Melody while visiting the University of California Berkley for a game. Abraham is an alumni, so he was showing Melody the campus when he took her to the top of the Campanile Tower. After taking in the view, Abraham got on one knee and proposed!

Love Note:
Abraham owns racehorses and Melody shows horses. It was important for their wedding to show this interest of theirs, so the reception tables were named after the horses they own. They even placed pictures of the horses at each table!

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