Even with the threat of a tropical storm, guests still showed up to witness Jasmine Caron and Jose Salinas tie the knot this past June 15, 2015.
So although the weather forced the couple to move their ceremony indoors, the great turnout of friends and family members made up for it, and it turned out to be a wonderful evening filled with love and laughter.
After the wedding ceremony was over, the bride and groom had their guests move their chairs back to their tables to make room for the dance floor. Instead of traditional floral centerpieces, each of these tables was adorned with a bundle of cake pops for everyone to enjoy. The bride even had a guide placed next to them so that guests would know which flavor was which. We loved the idea to have edible décor, and we could tell that the couple’s guests loved it, as well!
What was most interesting about the Salinas wedding was that the couple chose to forego tradition on many levels.
Not only did they serve appetizers instead of a full meal, they opted out of doing a cake cutting ceremony, as well as the traditional garter and bouquet toss. Additionally, as the bride and groom aren’t big dancers, they had the DJ cut their songs down for each of their big dances. Try truly built their wedding day around their own personal tastes, and it turned out perfect.