We were so happy for Gisselle and Danny when their wedding day arrived! They had their share of ups and downs and there were definitely stressful times during the wedding planning process. A few months before they said " I Do," they went through an unexpected venue change for their reception which ended up being a blessing in disguise! Even though it wasn't how they imagined their wedding day in the beginning, everything worked out exactly how they wanted in the end!
The couple's ceremony was at Santa Barbara City College Maxwell Overlook high above the Santa Barbara Harbor with a picturesque backdrop of palm trees and sailboats. This sunny September day could not have been more perfect for this adorable couple who were surrounded by friends, family and spectacular ocean and mountain views.
The reception was held at Saint Barbara's Greek Orthodox Church which was decorated with beautiful flowers, shells and ocean insipired decor. Guests enjoyed cocktails and appetizers on the outdoor patio. Once everyone came inside for the main event, the bride and groom were treated to a surprise flamenco dance performance followed by dinner, heartfelt speeches, a stunning cake and dessert display and lots more dancing through the night!
Thank you to the following event professionals who assisted in making this day possible.
Planning & Coordination: Gatherings for Good
Ceremony Venue: SBCC Maxwell Overlook
Reception Venue: Saint Barbara Greek Orthodox Church
Officiant: Richard Munoz
Ceremony Rentals: Just 4 Fun Party Rentals
Lighting: SPARK Creative Events
Flowers: Santa Barbara Floral Artistry
Catering & Event Staffing: Martin Renteria
Ceremony Guitarist: Dean Anbar
Reception Guitarist: Jared Wachtman
Photography: Head and Heart Photography
Photo Booth: Complete Weddings & Events
Cake & Mini Desserts: Room for Cake
Bride's Hair & Makeup: Luna Bella
Transportation: Pipeline Transportation
Hotel Accommodations: Franciscan Inn
Brenda Cali is a professionally trained Wedding Consultant and plans a variety of social and corporate events.