I absolutely love this wedding. Not only because it includes BUNNIES, but because they do such a fantastic job mixing the bride’s Jewish upbringing with the groom’s Mexican heritage. Because really, now many wedding have you been to that have a mariachi band play Hava Negila? Thank you to Sonrisa Weddings for sharing it with us! Here’s how the photographer described the wedding to us:
Bunnies and butterflies set the tone for Debbie and Sergio’s day, a blend of pink and chocolate and of cultures and religions. Debbie, an artist, made bunny table cards from her os-so-cute drawings of exotic rabbit breeds — Debbie loves bunnies, she has several and participates in a bay area rabbit rescue. Her Jewish upbringing was juxtaposed with Sergio’s Mexican heritage in the ceremony and in the Mariachi’s rousing rendition of Hava Negila. On a budget, this was an all hands on deck production. Debbie and her brides maids were busy for months folding paper to make the kusudamas (made out of multiple identical origami shapes glued together) that adorned aisle and tables. Both are graduates of UC Berkeley, Sergio just finished his doctorate in Biology and Debbie her BA in Art with a minor in Spanish.