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Hey folks, I’m separating my personal and professional Instagram accounts! You can now follow my working account instagram.com/wedbyjon. Hope to see you following me there! Also, I’d like to congratulate Yvonne and Richard on their fun ceremony yesterday atop the Los … Continue reading
I’m so very happy that today, gay and lesbian weddings, with all the legal recognition they deserve, are resuming in California! It has been a long wait, but the wedding bells of love and justice are ringing again. I’m eagerly … Continue reading
I was going through some old photos and came across this shot of David and Cristina Nava, taken almost two years ago! I recently had the honor of blessing their baby boy, Nicolas. I had a great time with the … Continue reading
Wedding planning takes many forms, from elopements to massive, detail-laden extravaganzas, and many levels in between. What really matters is that the couple is in love, ready to commit to each other, and that you have a few basics in … Continue reading
Wow, I just officiated my first baby naming and blessing! Baby Nico is the son of proud parents Cristina and David, whom I had the pleasure of marrying almost two years ago in Altadena. How wonderful to get to bless … Continue reading
Wow, what a weekend! Two new wedding venues for me, the first being Placerita Canyon State Park, and yesterday I was at the Heritage Square Museum, just off the Arroyo Seco Parkway for Matt and Shannon’s celebration. This is the … Continue reading