Diana and Nguyen dated for nine years

before Nguyen popped the question on Valentine’s Day while the two were vacationing in Cancun, Mexico. Both big kids at heart, the engagement was a complete surprise to Diana and the couple couldn’t wait to start planning.

They wanted a venue that showcased San Diego’s beauty so they toured several different restaurants and hotels near the water. But, once they stepped on board Flagship Cruises and Events‘ California Princess yacht, the couple knew they had to get married there. “We were very impressed with the classy yet casual vibe of the boat and thought the size was perfect. We also loved that Flagship was a full-service venue at a reasonable price. Plus, how cool is it to be married by a captain?!” said Diana.

Every detail was perfect on their big day.

The service was incredible, the food was delicious, the yacht’s décor complemented the couple’s theme effortlessly and the views couldn’t have been better. “One of my favorite things about the wedding (besides marrying my best friend) was having the San Diego bay as the backdrop. Having the Coronado Bridge in our wedding photos is so special to us and it really felt magical as we passed under the bridge,” said Diana.

The couple ended their night with a stunning sparkler send off. After all, what better way to end a day to remember than with a moment you’ll never forget?

Ceremony & Reception Venue: Flagship Cruises and Events
Catering/Coordination/Rentals: Flagship Cruises and Events
Photographer: Eric Kieu Photography
Videographer: Prince Productions
Florist: Urban Garden & Floral
Cake: Frost Me Gourmet
Dress: Brides by Demetrios
Bride’s Shoes: Christian Louboutin
Bride’s Hair & Makeup: Jerelyn Rox
Hotel Accommodations: San Diego US Grant Hotel

Diana and Nguyen's Dream Wedding...

Diana and sister
California Princess Yacht
Diana and Nguyen Wedding Party
Diana and Nguyen Wedding View
Wedding decor on California Princess
Maid of honor speech
Mr and Mrs Thais decor
View of San Diego
Couples first dance
Sparkler wedding send off