Toni looked absolutely stunning in her dress. At 61.5 years young, she walked down the isle of her Marin wedding at Old St.Hilary’s Church for the first time to marry the love of her life, Patrick. You could feel how excited both families were and they even jokingly admitted that they never thought Toni would actually get married! Toni’s fathers later joked in his speech, that he never thought he would marry off all of his kids, even though Toni had been out of the house for many years.
The ceremony had both families in attendance filling every church pew, along with a hint of Italian flair – Jordan Almonds for everyone!
This couple’s bridal party was made up of those closest to them, forgoing the usual lineup one would expect. Toni’s maid of honor was her only son and he even fluffed her dress when she reached the altar. Her bridesmaid was her daughter-in-law and their flower girl was her grown niece! Patrick’s best man was his son and his daughter was a groomsman. This Marin wedding was very much a fun family affair. As the ceremony ended both Toni and Patrick beamed at their families, as Patrick stuck his arm in the air in celebration!
Their wedding reception was held at the Corinthian Yacht Club in Tiburon, a gorgeous venue with overlooking views of the bay, delicious food, and tasty drinks. The tables where decorated with stunning bouquets of white roses and various other white flowers by Mary Gunion. Toni and Patrick’s friends and family gave speeches that were heartwarming, funny, and a true testament to the love that they have for one another. The Lucky Devils Band kept everyone on their feet, dancing the night away with classic hit covers.
Capturing this wedding was an absolute delight! Both Toni and Patrick are funny, warm, wonderful people, and their families share all those the same qualities. Both Old St.Hilary’s Church and the Corinthian Yacht Club are some of Marin’s most beautiful venues, and their beauty was truly enhanced by the love Toni, Patrick, and their families share.
Congratulations you two! I wish you all the best for many happy days to come!