The custom of the giving of wedding coins originated in Spain. Thirteen gold coins (arras) are given to the bride by the groom, signifying his willingness to support her. Often presented in ornate boxes or gift trays, this represents the brides dowry and holds good wishes for prosperity.
These coins become a part of their family heirloom. And these have a special meaning for Jen and James since they have been passed down for generations….
The details were perfect….
And the bride and her girls were radiant!
Jen and James chose to see each other before their ceremony so they
could have that special moment to themselves to treasure and remember forever….
Their reception was beautiful in stunning and crisp navy blue and gold –everything just sparkled!
The bride and groom and friends gave an amazing Taiko drum performance:
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