Jessica and her girls in grey gathered for group photos outside Hangar 21 South while Byul and his groomsmen sat in the mezzanine just inside. The guys were dressed in classy black suits with grey bow ties. The girls wore different styles of maxi dresses, but kept their dress colors either light grey or charcoal. While the two groups were anxiously awaiting their walk down the aisle, guests arrived to a courtyard welcome sign and found their seat. The rose gold ceremony arch took center stage and was decorated in peach, light pink and mauve roses. Soon enough, music cued up and the wedding party began making their entrance. Jessica was last to walk down the aisle arm in arm with her father. The beautiful bride was then given to Byul and loving vows were exchanged. The newly husband and wife shared a kiss to seal the deal as guests cheered them on. From there, Jessica and Byul snuck off for their helicopter ride and guests made their way to the tarmac for cocktail hour hors d’oeuvres and beverages.
Upon the return of the bride and groom, their first dance was shared along with the father daughter and mother son dances. Sweet toasts were made to the newlyweds and dinner was served including our favorite Carvery Station. Each reception table was topped with black candlesticks, black napkins, a mauve pink table runner (on some of the tables), light grey table linens, and light pink, peach and mauve roses making for a dramatic yet stunning tablescape. After dinner, the cake was cut and shared before guests made their way to the dance floor. If you weren’t keen on dancing, you could grab a photo at the photo booth with your friends to make memories of the evening. At the end of the night, everyone sent off Jessica and Byul and wished them nothing but happiness for their new lives together.