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Real Wedding | Sherry & Matt

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Photography, Entertainment & Videography | Let’s Make a Memory
Location & Catering | MountainGate Country Club
Coordination | Velvet Alley Events
Floral Design | Events by Sammy
Linens | Luxe Linens
Rentals | TMMPro
Lighting | In the Mix Events
Cake | Hansen’s
Bridal Salon | Panache
Hair & Makeup | Lilit’s Makeup Studio

From the bride:
Matt and I are both from Southern California. I grew up in LA and he grew up in OC. Matt lived in NY for 4 years, but this was before I met him, luckily he moved back just in time. I love our “love story” because we met on an online dating app, Tinder!  It’s not often that you and your group of friends have an online dating success story, so we are so happy we can now be an example to all our single friends. You can find true love anywhere! Our first date was at the Blind Barber in Culver City, which later was also our site for our engagement shoot. The first week we met, we went on 3 dates and an overnight staycation in San Clemente for my good friend’s wedding. It’s cliché to say, but the rest is history.

From the groom:
I proposed to Sherry a couple days after our one-year anniversary. Knowing she loves ferris wheels, I decided to do it on the ferris wheel at the Santa Monica Pier.  I secretly planned out the day with her cousin/future maid-of-honor so that Sherry and I do a little mini picnic at the local park, close to the pier, and then walk over to the ferris wheel, once her cousin arrived so that she could covertly take pictures of the proposal. Sherry knew we were going to the pier, since we hadn’t been in a while, but that was about it. However, on the day of the proposal it was gloomy in the morning, so we decided to do some shopping and have brunch at one of our favorite restaurants at the Promenade close by. As her cousin (and family) were on their way, we walked over to the pier towards the ferris wheel while they were having a tough time finding parking. So, I stalled by having us do random things like grab coffee or watch a performance on the pier until her cousin could find parking. All the while, Sherry was starting to grow suspicious. Once her cousin found parking, we started walking over to the ferris wheel. We got on the ride and as it started going up, I took out the ring and don’t remember what I said, but luckily she said: “hell yes!” Once we got off the ferris wheel, her cousin and family were there to greet us and celebrate.

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