The Ramdolfi Wedding | The Wedding Party

The Ramdolfi Wedding | The Wedding Party

The Wedding Party — an outstanding, brilliant, loyal group of ladies and gentlemen standing by our side as we embark on the adventure of a lifetime. Surrounding us during the most important day of our lives, the wedding party demonstrates why they have become the most trusted people to us.

The Groomsmen

The Bridesmaids

The Wedding Party

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The Ramdolfi Wedding | The Bride

The Ramdolfi Wedding | The Bride

The Bride — a stunning, caring, (actually) humble woman about to embark on the adventure of a lifetime. Surrounded by her most trusted women from different stages of her life, Mrs. Ramdolfi spent her last minutes as a bachelorette as follows.

The Bride and her Vows

The Bride and her Dress

The Bride and her Bridesmaids

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The Ramdolfi Wedding | The Groom

The Ramdolfi Wedding | The Groom

The Groom — a confident, handsome, humble genius about to embark on the adventure of a lifetime. Surrounded by his most trusted men from different stages of his life, Mr. Ramdolfi spent his last minutes as a bachelor as follows.

The Groom and his Vows

The Groom and the Power Snack

The Groom and his Groomsmen

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The Ramdolfi Wedding | The Venue

The Ramdolfi Wedding | The Venue

When we visited Orcutt Ranch for the final walk-through, we could picture what our wedding would look like, but actually looking at our venue as we intended it to look was a dream come true. Every detail that we spent a year planning came to life. It was perfect.

The Ceremony

The Reception

The Happily Ever After

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Wedding Pictures Preview

Wedding Pictures Preview

With the wedding behind us, we must now wait up to four more weeks to receive our pictures and video — and we can’t wait! As such, it occurred to us to look up our photographer to see if they had uploaded any pictures, and we were pleasantly surprised to find ourselves on their website! In fact, we are on their Yelp, Wedding Wire, and The Knot pages! We still cannot wait to see the rest of our pictures (and video), but at least now we have a few to enjoy until then.

Tell me, isn’t my wife stunning? Seriously, have you ever seen a more beautiful sight? Ok, sorry, I just love her so much! Let’s try that again. Tell me, what are your plans for the weekend?

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At Last, The Wedding Vows

At Last, The Wedding Vows

If you’re reading this, I have just spoken the following vows to my wife.

Over a decade ago I walked into a youth group for the first time. That Wednesday night God introduced me to the most amazing girl I would ever meet. The type that you never forget, no matter the time, or distance. That night was the first step in the journey that would bring us to this very moment, and what a journey it has been.

I will not narrate every chapter of our story, mainly because I was told I only had 5 minutes, tops. I will however highlight, that you were always the first I would visit on my random unsolicited drives to friends’ houses in high school. You were always the first I would invite to every one of my fraternity’s date events during college. And you were always the first I would talk about with my friends in New York. You were always there, even when you weren’t. I am privileged to call you my friend, let alone my best friend.

Before today I sincerely believed people said I married my best friend because it sounded sweet. I mean up until you, each of these men had held that title. I must admit that asking a friend out was a foreign concept to me, which only made that night at Royce Hall all the more daunting. But for some unexplainable reason you said yes, twice. To say that I am blessed would be an understatement of unprecedented proportions.

But for once, enough about me. Love, you are, everything. You are loving, faithful, and kind. You are selfless, the likes of which I have only read in the Bible. You are caring, compassionate, and empathetic. You always put others before yourself, and you are the first to offer a helping hand, even when it’s inconvenient, specially when it’s inconvenient. You are intelligent, stunning, and much, much more than I have time to share. You are unlike anyone I have ever met. You are the love of my life.

Today, I vow to put you before myself. Hold and cherish, sickness and health, I vow to love you with the full force of my relentless narcissism. To do everything I can to make you as happy as you make me. To be the man that you deserve, and the one you need. To support, encourage, and inspire you. To be your partner, til death do us part. I pray that God gives me the wisdom to be the best husband, for who I already know will be the best wife.

Love, I have never been accused of lacking confidence, and as such I can say, I have never been more confident about anything else in my life, than us. I am thankful for the past 11 years of friendship and I look forward to a lifetime of marriage. I look forward to all of it! From building a family and growing old together, to sharing my shirts with you, spending 30 minutes to an hour recreating that scene from the Notebook every time I ask you what you want for dinner, and getting up to open the window, even though I had just gotten comfortable.

In all seriousness, I look forward to the adventure of a lifetime with you by my side, as one, under God. I love you, Mrs. Ramdolfi.

Introducing, Mr. & Mrs. Ramdolfi

(Featured Image by: Mr. Ramdolfi)

Getting Married, This Week

Getting Married, This Week

A few months ago I started this lifestyle blog to spread positivity, optimism, and a vicarious insight to life on the west coast, through married life in Los Angeles under the influence of caffeine. I was supposed to start writing next week, after the wedding. But if you’re reading this, chances are that you chose to follow my caffeinated adventure — thank you, you’re the best! — and thus know that I started early with engaged life in Los Angeles under the influence of caffeine. That, or you’re reading this from the future — perhaps our children reading what your parents’ life was like in their youth? Hi kids, dinner’s ready, get off you holographic smartwatches and come to the table.

At last, the wedding is days away. After 11 years since I met her, 3 years since I started pursuing her, 2 years since I asked her to be my girlfriend, and 1 year since the engagement, it’s time. Finally, I get to become one with my best friend under the eyes of God. To say that I am blessed, would be the understatement of the century. I am not trying to boast, but rather share the joy of this moment — and perhaps inspire you to believe in love.

As I wrap up my journey as a bachelor, I think of the long and broken road that led me here. I wish things had been different. I am thankful for every stage of the journey, but I wish I could have had all of those years we spent as friends, as the lovers that we are today. That said, if given the chance I would not change a thing. I would not choose asking her out on day one if that meant risking arriving at “I do.” It was a long, long road, but it was well worth the drive; and I for one, cannot wait to start the next journey later this week.

Tell me, how long did it take you to ask your significant other out? Would you change things if you could? Do you think we’ll have commercially available holographic technology in our lifetime?

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