Jerry Ferris, who won the final rose from Jennifer Schefft on Season 3 of The Bachelorette, is off the market!
The art gallery owner, whose proposal got rejected by Jennifer on national television, married actress Natasha Goss over the weekend – and RadarOnline.com has all the romantic details and photos.
PHOTOS: Inside The Hollywood-Themed Wedding Of Jerry Ferris & Natasha Goss
Beverly Hills-based event planners JOWY Productions created a glamorous Los Angeles themed weekend for the lovebirds. The rehearsal dinner took place on the Sony Pictures Studio lot, the wedding ceremony and reception at the Roosevelt Hotel and the post-wedding brunch on the rooftop of the London Hotel.
The Friday night rehearsal dinner took place on 1st Street and Main Street of Sony Pictures Studios, and fully embraced the Hollywood Theme. The guests arrived in style with 4 rotating Kleig movie lights and a red carpet arrival buzzing with photographers where guests stopped in front of a custom branded step & repeat banner to pose for photos.
The guests later received their printed photographs at the end of the evening and those photos were also included in a guest sign-in book where everyone wrote Natasha & Jerry a message next to their photograph. There was a custom marquis on the movie theater reading “Sunrise to Sunset Starring Jerry & Natasha” and inside the premiere of an original film made by Jerry & Natasha.
Specialty drinks were served by waiters lining the street, followed by dancing waiters, food stations inspired by food trucks and DJ Jasepi to spin music throughout the evening.
For the Saturday wedding at the Hollywood Roosevelt, the ceremony was held in the round in the hotel’s foyer. A custom chuppah in the same vein of the existing architecture was built on the fountain pedestal and when Jerry stepped on the glass at the end of the ceremony — a traditional Jewish custom — guests were surprised with a petal shoot of all red rose petals.
The bride wore a Kenneth Pool dress and carried a deep red rose bouquet while the bridesmaids wore all black and carried all white rose bouquets. The groom was dressed in a D&G tuxedo.
The cocktail reception was held at Teddy’s followed by the main reception in the Blossom Ballroom where the 1st Academy Awards was held in 1929. The décor was all black and white with accents of mirror, teak wood and lots of candlelight.
The 3-course dinner menu was infused with Natasha & Jerry’s favorites and the guests were entertained by the James Gang Encore — a 10 piece band — as well as a DJ from Redshoe that kept the party going into the hours of the early morning with passing of late night snacks consisting of sliders, mini dogs and sweet potato and regular French fries.
The Sunday brunch at The London West Hollywood rooftop had the best view in Los Angeles. Guests enjoyed a stylish soiree before saying a final congratulations and farewell to the bride and groom as they escaped to enjoy their honeymoon.
Congrats to the newlyweds!