While Chaniiz was getting ready with her bridesmaids, Daniel was out with his groomsmen taking photos around The Estate on Second. The guys were dressed in classic black tuxedos with white button up dress shirts and black ties. Daniel wore a black bow tie to represent his status as the groom. The bridesmaids wore different shades and styles of mauve dresses, but the star of the show was the bride in her Berta wedding gown. Her gown had lace bodice detailing and a beautiful, long cape that acted as a flowing train. Guests began to arrive and take their seats in the Crystal Ballroom while both parties got ready to walk down the aisle. The ceremony space was decorated beautifully in eucalyptus leaves, small flowers, candles and a rug that ran down the length of the aisle. The music cued up and the wedding party began to make their appearances and find their spots to await the bride. Chaniiz stepped out and met eyes with Daniel and the two could barely hold back the tears and smiles. Laughs were had, and tears were shed during their vow exchange and then everyone was invited to cocktail hour.
Upstairs in The Attic, guests enjoyed Jay’s Famous Tortilla Chips with Salsa and Queso Fundido and Crab Cakes with Chipotle Aioli while sipping on cocktail hour beverages until it was time for toasts and dinner. Friends and family shared memories of the newlyweds before the buffet opened serving up Pollo Asado and Carnitas Tacos, Spanish Caesar Salad, Cheese Enchiladas Ranchero, Ranch Style Beans and Spanish Rice. After eating, the bouquet and garter toss took place, then the dancing commenced. Daniel and Chaniiz cut their wedding cake which was a white cake with coconut Bavarian filling and French buttercream icing and continued to dance the night away.