The Couple: Emily & Seth
Wedding Date: June 2, 2018
Tell us a little about you and your beloved: Seth and I both grew up in Amador County. We went to Jr. High together, and then went to rival highschools. Both of us moved away to experience college and then both moved back almost 10 years later. We reconnected at the local county fair, and fell quickly in love. We dated for about 3 years and then Seth proposed to me on Christmas Morning in our own place, which was so perfect. After a year and a half engagement, mostly for planning purposes, we were married in our hometown surrounded by family and friends. And now just a few months before our 1 year anniversary we will be welcoming a baby girl into our family.
What was the most amazing part of your day? Being surrounded by family and friends at the wedding of our dreams.
What else would you like to share about your big day? I spent a year and half planning every single detail of the wedding and it was absolutely perfect.
Ceremony and Reception Site: Kennedy Gold Mine
Officiant: Jim Guidi
Photographer: Andrew & Melanie Photography
Videographer: Kyle Mize
Caterer, Flowers, Photo Booth, Transportation, Select Rentals and Select Lighting: Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort
Cake/Desserts: Pretty Sweet
Favors: Homemade with Calligraphy Coffee House Scribe
Bridal Attire: And Something Blue
Bridesmaids’ Attire: Show Me Your Mumu
Hair: Bridget Kasper
Make-up: Vanessa Luna Makeup
DJ/Entertainment/Band and Select Lighting: Deborba Events
Decor and Select Furniture Rentals: Forever Vintage Rentals
Honeymoon Location: Sandals Emerald Bay, Bahamas
Any other of your wedding vendor(s) you’d like to call out that we missed in the above questions?
Groomsmen Attire: Men’s Warehouse
Groomsmen Accessories: The Tie Box
Brides Accessories: The Mrs. Box
Lodging: Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort
Rehearsal Dinner: Lone Wolf at the Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort
First Dance Song: “You Are the Best Thing” by Ray LaMontagne
Any advice you’d give to our readers who are planning their weddings right now? Give your guests a memorable experience that they will never forget. Try and enjoy the day because it will absolutely fly by.
Anything that you would have done differently if you were given the chance? Took more time to walk around and thank guests after dinner, but a pushed back timeline cut us short.
Photography by Andrew & Melanie Photography.
Blog post by Real Weddings Magazine’s Social Media Maven, Aimee Carroll.