Amid the tropical decor and classic tiki drinks at Tiki No on Lankershim Boulevard, Sean leaned back in his chair after kissing Victoria and said “so this is going to be a whole thing.” One year and seven months later, their wedding arbor stood humbly by the pool in a tranquil backyard. The quicksand roses, light blue delphinium and white lisianthus hung in the rays of light that found their way through the trees.
Sean waited for his soon-to-be wife as she stepped into the backyard. His back was turned so Victoria placed her hands over his eyes. This would be the first time they see each other in their wedding day attire. When Sean saw Victoria in her dress, he placed his hands over his heavily beating heart for a moment before giving her a loving embrace.
Their guests filled the house and soon poured into the backyard where the intimate ceremony would take place. The sun, having moved slightly lower in the sky, cast an unrivaled light on the ceremony. Friends and family listened to Victoria and Sean’s words of endearment to each other; as the ceremony finished and the Sayeg-Carr’s became official.
“Tiki No, Tiki Yes, The Whole Thing” and dated star position diagrams were on a sign that welcomed guests into the North Ranch Community Center. A starry night backdrop and projector set the unique space theme of their reception. The sign, a reference to their first date at Tiki No, Sean proposing in Hawaii next to a tiki bar (“Tiki Yes”), and their wedding being “the whole thing” that Sean mentioned on their first date, filled with guests’ signatures and heartfelt messages.
The elegant ambience within the reception, paired with Westlake Village’s mountains, made for a day to remember. Sean and Victoria Sayeg-Carr were married on September 14th, 2019.