After the moving ceremony precluded on the Museum of Contemporary Art – La Jolla amazing patio, the guests were led inside to the Museum Exhibit space for the reception. After the grand entrance of the bride and groom to “Lets get it started” by the Black Eyed Peas, the mood was set and everyone in attendance knew they were in store for an amazing and fun night to come. The newlyweds decided to treat their guests to a treat with their first dance being a choreographed dance to a “Can’t help falling in love” by Ingrid Michaelson and “Yeah” Bhangra remix by Usher.
The newlyweds were full of energy throughout the night and the fun, upbeat vibe that radiated through the room got everyone up and dancing. DJ Mike Hogan had no problem keeping the floor full all night long. The couple had a traditional French, Indian, and American gourmet catered by the French Gourmet that allowed each guest to find something they loved. After the meal it was time to dance into the night and celebrate the new couple and their life to come.
Throughout the night a photographer from the New York Times snapped pictures of the newlyweds who are both up and coming play writes in New York. This is a link to the New York Times article about the couple – NYTIMES
Although those were just a couple pictures of the newlyweds, Suzanne Hansen of She Wanders Photography and Modern 8 Films captured the entire night. As the night came to a close, the couple took their last dance to “Paper Planes” by M.I.A. and then off they went to begin their amazing new journey. Music and Emcee Mike Hogan of Entertainment At Large