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Jeffrey + Rachel Wedding Video February 2021 - Love Stories TV

October
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2019
Jeffrey & Rachel Wedding Video February 2021

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Rachel and Jeffrey met in Daly City when they were teammates on a professional hip-hop dance team, The Company. After one year, Rachel moved to Las Vegas and their long distance relationship began. After 6 years of being in a LDR, Jeffrey proposed in New York City (their favorite city), in front of giant letters that spelled out “MARRY ME”, with all their friends, a makeup and hair artist, peonies, a dressing room with a dress and Louboutin heels, a private terrace and the Empire State Building behind them.

Fast forward to their wedding day, Rachel and Jeffrey knew that their wedding needed to be as epic as the proposal. Being dancers, they knew dance would be front and center, alongside other unique elements that reminded them of New York.

Rachel and Jeffrey got married at The Ebell Club in Long Beach, California – cascading palm trees frame the entrance of this restored historic landmark and one of three Southern California women’s clubs built in the 1920’s.

Their inspiration for the theme was New York’s infamous “Sleep No More” theatre show, which draws themes from Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Rachel’s favorite flower is a burgundy peony, so the other colors were chosen to compliment that. Their flowers were moody, the table scape was romantic with floral linens and their cake was dark, yet elegant. The bride hand-painted all the escort cards and their place cards were glass mugs with each guest’s name. For their “guest book” they had multiple New York postcards for guests to sign and slip in a mailbox. For dessert, they included Momofuku Milk Bar cookies to go along with the other treats (cupcakes, tarts, bars).

Rachel and Jeffrey even put on a surprise grand entrance! They blew their guests away when their team of 15 or so members joined them. To honor their Filipino heritage, they opted for a money dance and had all guests join in on all the fun– with crazy money crowns made by the mother of the bride.

This couple did not leave out any detail. They had live water color portraits as an activity, DIY activity books and games for the little ones, made to order boba tea drinks and a Filipino-inspired late night snack– tosilog and sisig burritos! Rachel and Jeffrey even honored 3 guests who celebrated their birthdays at their wedding with extra cakes!

The whole night was specially designed to be interactive and aesthetically pleasing. It was more than just honoring their love and new journey, but it was a celebration of all the amazing relationships in their lives. They wanted one day where everyone could experience “doing the most” and they succeeded.

Wedding Team
The Ebell Of Long Beach
Wedding Reception Venue
The Ebell of Long Beach
Wedding Ceremony Venue
ASOS
Groom's Suit Designer
Badgley Mischka
Bride's Shoes Designer
Maggie Sottero Designs
Wedding Dress Designer
Mike Perez Media
Wedding Videographer
Wedding Vibe
October
26
2019
Jeffrey & Rachel Wedding Video February 2021

NEXT
VIDEO
NEXT VIDEO  

Rachel and Jeffrey met in Daly City when they were teammates on a professional hip-hop dance team, The Company. After one year, Rachel moved to Las Vegas and their long distance relationship began. After 6 years of being in a LDR, Jeffrey proposed in New York City (their favorite city), in front of giant letters that spelled out “MARRY ME”, with all their friends, a makeup and hair artist, peonies, a dressing room with a dress and Louboutin heels, a private terrace and the Empire State Building behind them.

Fast forward to their wedding day, Rachel and Jeffrey knew that their wedding needed to be as epic as the proposal. Being dancers, they knew dance would be front and center, alongside other unique elements that reminded them of New York.

Rachel and Jeffrey got married at The Ebell Club in Long Beach, California – cascading palm trees frame the entrance of this restored historic landmark and one of three Southern California women’s clubs built in the 1920’s.

Their inspiration for the theme was New York’s infamous “Sleep No More” theatre show, which draws themes from Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Rachel’s favorite flower is a burgundy peony, so the other colors were chosen to compliment that. Their flowers were moody, the table scape was romantic with floral linens and their cake was dark, yet elegant. The bride hand-painted all the escort cards and their place cards were glass mugs with each guest’s name. For their “guest book” they had multiple New York postcards for guests to sign and slip in a mailbox. For dessert, they included Momofuku Milk Bar cookies to go along with the other treats (cupcakes, tarts, bars).

Rachel and Jeffrey even put on a surprise grand entrance! They blew their guests away when their team of 15 or so members joined them. To honor their Filipino heritage, they opted for a money dance and had all guests join in on all the fun– with crazy money crowns made by the mother of the bride.

This couple did not leave out any detail. They had live water color portraits as an activity, DIY activity books and games for the little ones, made to order boba tea drinks and a Filipino-inspired late night snack– tosilog and sisig burritos! Rachel and Jeffrey even honored 3 guests who celebrated their birthdays at their wedding with extra cakes!

The whole night was specially designed to be interactive and aesthetically pleasing. It was more than just honoring their love and new journey, but it was a celebration of all the amazing relationships in their lives. They wanted one day where everyone could experience “doing the most” and they succeeded.

Wedding Team
The Ebell Of Long Beach
Wedding Reception Venue
The Ebell of Long Beach
Wedding Ceremony Venue
ASOS
Groom's Suit Designer
Badgley Mischka
Bride's Shoes Designer
Maggie Sottero Designs
Wedding Dress Designer
Mike Perez Media
Wedding Videographer
Wedding Vibe