Six years of dating, spanning four states, their dream of getting married finally came true. So it’s only fitting that their Ketubah reads, “Beshert, our love is meant to be.”
Ronit and Brian met through a mutual friend down in the Old Pueblo of Tucson, Arizona. Both BBYO alumni and eager freshman at the University of Arizona, the remained good friends through the years. But the love trickled in as their friendship grew. Perhaps it was Ronit’s junior-year study abroad and travels throughout Europe. Or Brian’s countless hours in the anatomy lab. But it wasn’t until senior year of college did they start seeing each other in a more romantic way.
While their romance took some time, the couple fell instantly in love with their venue, Rancho Las Lomas. This zoological garden (including zebras and Bengal tigers on the prowl!), was a fantasy location for Ronit & Brian. Rancho Las Lomas is described as a secluded Spanish-style hacienda nestled in the orange groves of Orange County’s Silverado Canyon. To make it their own, Ronit & Brian incorporated into their traditional Jewish ceremony a handmade chuppah, and a kiddish cup from Ronit’s family in Israel. Their magical moment transformed from one happy day to a lifetime of joyous memories.
Mazel tov, Ronit and Brian!
Venue – Rancho Las Lomas
Coordination – Robyn Goldberg
Photographer – Jules Bianchi
Videographer – Whitestone Productions
Catering – 24 Carrots
Floral Design – Fiore Designs
Ceremony & Cocktail Entertainment – Mariachi Alfaro
Reception Entertainment – DeBois Productions
Bakery – Sweet & Saucy Shop
Ketubah – ketubah.com
Hair & Makeup – Snips Salon
Lighting – DPS
Transportation – Best Chauffeured
Bridal Gown – Pronovias
Bridal Shoes – Kate Spade
Bridal Jewelry – Maria de la Luz
Bridesmaid Dress – J.Crew
Formal Wear – Jos. A Bank