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The best day of my life indeed happened.
Brian and I tied the knot on December 28th, 2013 on a sunny and warm day in the middle of a winter Christmas wonderland. It couldn’t have been a more perfect day.
Our wedding mass was stunningly decorated with a Christmas touch, which included red and white Poinsettias, Christmas tress, lights, and lots of romantic candles. It was a gorgeous ceremony; 4 opera singers, pianist, organist, and violinist played as mass took place. The music was put together and conducted by my brother Patricio Molina, who worked on it for an entire year to make it absolutely beautiful.
As Brian and I exchanged our vows, about 200 of our friends and family gathered to witness and celebrate our marriage. And when we were officially introduced as Husband and Wife, the church was filled with an incredible energy that I cannot describe into words. A feeling that will remain in my heart of the rest of my life.
“Blow bubbles of wishes, blow bubbles of fun, lets cheer on the newlyweds as two lives become one!”
After mass was over, my mom had a surprise arranged for us. She gave our wedding party our limo and she switched our ride to the reception hall. She got us a vintage 1920 white convertible Rolls-Royce, the only one available in the East Coast. (Which apparently was used by Orlando Bloom for the Red Carpet!) Ah. The car came straight from Europe, our chauffeur drove it on its right side. It was amazing.
Off to our cocktail hour and reception! Cocktail hour is summarized in 1 sentence: lots of drinks, food, and good company.
Followed by a beautiful reception. Our theme was Romantic Vintage
Candle-lit dinner, rose petals on the table, photos of our engagement shoot held by candy canes, flirty statement napkins, and a beautiful crystal center-piece arrangements of romantic red roses (thanks to Jackie, owner of Candy Bouquet Franchise).
Before dinner began, Brian and I danced as Mr. and Mrs. Wegman for the first time, followed by our parents dances. You won’t believe what my dad did for the father and daughter dance; he sang to me the same song he used to sing to me everyday when I was a little girl. He caught me so off-guard that I couldn’t stop crying hysterically . It was so perfect.
During dinner, my dad put together a beautiful and very emotional movie of our life. It showed Brian growing up here, me growing up in Chile and here, us meeting in high school and being prom dates, and many other precious moments that we shared with family and friends.
After the movie and dinner finished, Brian and I decided to surprise our guests by bringing in a belly dancer. She danced with a sword and put an amazing show, which led to dancing the night away.
And then the party began!
Dancing, more dancing, and more dancing!
A special thank you to everyone who was part of our Fairy Tale, including our wedding party:
And our parents
Mr. and Mrs. Wegman were off to Hawaii for 2 weeks
I came across a website called Julie Vos with the cutest shells bangles. They are made out of 24K gold plate, which means that they won’t discolor if wet. They are so adorable! These are my favorite ones:
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