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They wanted their day to be a glamour-filled rockabilly elopement with lots of old Hollywood elements.
They got ready separately at the Culver City hotel, once owned by Charlie Chaplin, and housed the munchkins while they filmed Wizard of Oz!
“I also love vintage cameras and radios so I thought it would be really cool to incorporate the vintage goods with the 1950s stars to give the feeling of going back in time.” “When we started planning the wedding the one thing I kept repeating to myself was ‘I want to be different, stay true to who I am’.
With this in mind, we tried to stay away from the everyday wedding trends.
Their ceremony was on a rooftop overlooking the Okanagan Lake.
“We met when were were 13 and aged 17 we agreed that if we weren’t married to other people by 25 we’d marry each other! “Life took us on separate paths for a while, but we reconnected and actually started dating when we were 23.
They received complimentary photography, planning, florals, and hair and make up…How amazing!Stephanie and Raul met when they were only 16 and 18 when they worked together at their local K-Mart store.They started dating two years later after Stephanie asked him to be her date for her senior Winter Formal at her high school.Their reception party was in a rockabilly club in the middle of Berlin where they had a live band playing so it was like a gig – they first met at a psychobilly concert in the bride’s hometown of Munich, so this was a lovely nod to that.Daniela said they were inspired by, “The Latino feeling and understanding of life and happiness. Our wedding planner, Svenja of Freakin‘ Fine Weddings, and I came up with Dia De Los Muerto for our main theme.” Continue reading Daniela and Thomas's wedding day was a mixture of Rock n Roll, psychobilly and Dia De Los Muertos, which the bride describes as a "Happy, loud and without any conventions" kind of day.