Sean and Janelle could have had the iconic cans dangling from the bumper of a car with the “Just Married” sign on the back. That idea was probably a bit too cliche and hokey for them but, if they did do it the cans would be dangling from the back of a chopped and channeled Model T. That’s just how they roll.
First, let’s give props to Ariel Darling for her hair and make-up work on the bride and bridesmaids. It goes without saying but nothing in sight could compare to the brilliance and beauty of the bridal party. Janelle’s Essence of Australia bridal gown from Flares Bridal in Walnut creek also deserves an honorable mention. It’s a dress as beautiful as she is. We also can’t forget about the remarkable job this couple’s friends and family did with helping create a successful event. They provided all of the floral arrangements and delicious pies in lieu of wedding cake.
This event was as much about history as it was about the present and future life for this couple. Along with many of the attendees, Sean is a member of the Nobles Car Club and Janelle is a member of the Relics Car Club. Historic cars were a major theme for their special day, just check out the groom’s spark plug boutineer. The ceremony was filled with custom automobiles from a bygone era, but these cars’ relevance is still very strong with this couple. Both the ceremony and reception venues are buildings dedicated to the remembrance of things past. The Ravenswood Historic Site is a a 19th-century Victorian home with a sprawling bucolic landscape that provided the perfect backdrop for their ceremony. After the ceremony, the Veteran’s Memorial Hall in downtown Livermore hosted a rockin’ party to celebrate the nuptials.
This was a historic event indeed! Enjoy!