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Jualeah "Y" Woods & Jennifer Berry — Minted
Please submit your RSVP by July 5, 2023.

Jualeah "Y" Woods


Jennifer Berry


What are the wedding event and time details?

We recommend everyone comes on time. The event starts at 5pm, with live music and a cocktail welcome reception. We will have a short wedding ceremony at 6pm, with dinner and dancing reception immediately after. All food and cocktails are complementary.

Where do we park?

We strongly recommend taking an Uber, but if you need to park there are two parking self-pay parking garages within walking distance, one is called Laurel Street Parking (1025 W Laurel St. San Diego, CA 92101) or Aladdin Parking (2548 Kettner Blvd, San Diego, CA 92101), both are 24 hours.

Is the event indoor or outdoor?

The cocktail hour will be outside in front of the venue, the wedding, dinner, and dancing will be inside. There are garage door walls that will be open for plenty of ventilation.

How close is the venue from the airport and your home?

The venue is in Little Italy, which is adjacent to the Gaslamp (downtown). It is 5-10 mins from the airport and 5 miles from our house.

Are we going to multiple venues for the wedding and reception?

All festivities are in one location and back to back.

What is the dress code?

We are asking everyone to dress to impress. We do hope to see you on the dance floor, since we will be there often, so bring shoes you will be comfortable in. There will not be a coat or bag check, so carry light.

Is there a registry?

Although your presence is enough, we are asking for support on the Wedding Fund. See the registry section for details for Venmo, or cash or check options.

Can anyone come to the Beach party the next day after the wedding?

Yes, everyone is welcome to hand at the beach on Sunday, August 20. The location will be discussed at the wedding. The beach day is bring-your-own, and we will have smores into the evening.

Where can we stay?

San Diego has various Airbnb and many boutique and chain hotels. The closest hotels are downtown Gaslamp and in Little Italy proper. Check out the travel section for hotel details on website.

Are we welcome at the rehearsal dinner?

Absolutely, the wedding party will be in an reserved area outside at back of venue, for those outside of the wedding party we are asking you to self-pay and self-reserve. Hope to see you there.

Can I bring my child to the event?

Although we would love children dancing the night away with us, due to limited space we are asking this to be an adult only event. If you are coming from out-of-town please call us for childcare details.

Can we take photos or videos?

We are asking for it to be unplugged, however we know that you will want to take pictures, and we want you to have fun, so we will have an cabana for you to take your selfies and group shots and understand you will want to take other shots. If you do take pictures and post, we are asking you to use the hashtags #YandJenniferwedding2023 #allweneedisloveandyou2023. Try to save posting of the actual ceremony or pictures of us until after we post, we want to be the first, especially for family that couldn't make the event ;).

What if we need to get ahold of you?

For the most part you all have our cell phone, but just in case Y - 619-957-4247 & Jennifer 619-952-4322. On the event day, if you have questions or need support you can call our day of coordinator, Kurt at 646-369-6490

We are staying a few days, what are fun things we can do in San Diego?

Below are Two different 6 day itineraries for variations of San Diego. You can mix and match, or follow exactly. All we ask is you don't forget the wedding on Saturday, August 19th at 5pm and Beach day on Sunday, August 20th :).

If you're looking for an itinerary that focuses on experiencing the local atmosphere and natural beauty of San Diego without visiting specific attractions, here's a suggested itinerary for a 6-day trip:

Day 1: Arrival and Neighborhood Exploration

Arrive in San Diego and settle into your accommodation.

Spend the day exploring the diverse neighborhoods of San Diego. Visit areas like Little Italy, North Park, or Hillcrest, known for their unique shops, cafes, and local culture.

Enjoy a leisurely stroll along the Embarcadero, a waterfront promenade with scenic views of the bay.

Day 2: Beach Hopping

San Diego is famous for its beautiful beaches. Spend the day exploring different beaches, such as Mission Beach, Pacific Beach, or Ocean Beach.

Relax on the sandy shores, swim in the ocean, or engage in beach activities like volleyball or surfing.

Enjoy a beachside picnic or sample local seafood at one of the beachfront eateries.

Day 3: Outdoor Recreation

San Diego offers numerous opportunities for outdoor activities. Choose from hiking, biking, or jogging in one of the many scenic parks or trails.

Visit Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve and hike along the stunning coastal trails with panoramic ocean views.

Alternatively, explore the expansive Balboa Park and its gardens, where you can enjoy a leisurely walk or a picnic.

Day 4: Harbor Exploration

Spend the day exploring San Diego's harbor and waterfront areas.

Take a leisurely harbor cruise or rent a kayak or paddleboard to explore the bay at your own pace.

Visit Seaport Village or the Embarcadero for waterfront dining, shopping, or simply enjoying the maritime atmosphere.

Day 5: Local Cuisine and Market Visits

San Diego has a vibrant food scene, so dedicate this day to exploring local cuisine.

Visit a farmers' market like the Little Italy Mercato or the Hillcrest Farmers Market to sample fresh produce, artisanal goods, and street food.

Try some of San Diego's signature dishes, such as fish tacos, California burritos, or craft beers from local breweries.

Day 6: Natural Beauty and Sunset

Explore the natural beauty of San Diego by visiting scenic spots like Sunset Cliffs Natural Park or Cabrillo National Monument.

Enjoy a relaxing day by the coast, watching the waves crash against the cliffs or soaking in the panoramic views.

Finish your trip by catching a beautiful sunset over the Pacific Ocean from one of the coastal viewpoints.

This itinerary allows you to immerse yourself in the local atmosphere, enjoy the city's natural beauty, and experience the culinary delights of San Diego without specifically visiting attractions.

If you're looking for a unique and offbeat experience in San Diego, here's a suggested itinerary for a 6-day trip that includes some unconventional activities and hidden gems:

Day 1: Urban Exploration and Street Art

Start your trip by exploring the vibrant neighborhoods of North Park and South Park. These areas are known for their eclectic shops, independent boutiques, and unique dining options.

Take a self-guided street art tour and discover the colorful murals and graffiti art that adorn the streets of these neighborhoods.

Visit the San Diego Art Institute in Balboa Park, which showcases contemporary and experimental art from local and international artists.

Day 2: Surfing and Sunsets

Head to Ocean Beach, known for its laid-back vibe and great surf. Take a surf lesson from a local instructor and experience the thrill of catching waves.

After a day of surfing, head to Sunset Cliffs Natural Park to catch a stunning sunset over the Pacific Ocean. Explore the cliffside trails and find a picturesque spot to enjoy the view.

Day 3: Wildlife Encounters

Visit the Tijuana Estuary, a hidden gem located on the border of California and Mexico. Take a guided nature walk and observe the diverse bird species and unique coastal habitats.

Explore the Living Coast Discovery Center, an interactive wildlife center in Chula Vista. Get up close to local marine life and learn about the region's unique ecosystems.

Day 4: Foodie Adventure

Embark on a food tour of San Diego's ethnic neighborhoods. Visit areas like Convoy Street (Kearny Mesa) for delicious Asian cuisine or Logan Heights for authentic Mexican dishes.

Join a cooking class and learn to prepare a traditional Mexican or California cuisine dish.

End the day with a visit to Liberty Public Market, a bustling food hall where you can sample a variety of gourmet bites and locally produced goods.

Day 5: Balboa Park After Dark

Experience the magic of Balboa Park at night. Visit the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center for their monthly "Two Scientists Walk Into a Bar" event, where scientists mingle with visitors over drinks and conversation.

Attend a live performance at the Old Globe Theatre, a renowned theater company located within Balboa Park.

Take a moonlit stroll through the park's gardens and enjoy the tranquil ambiance.

Day 6: Hidden Beaches and Secret Spots

Discover some of San Diego's lesser-known beaches, such as Black's Beach (known for its stunning cliffs), Windansea Beach (known for its unique surf breaks), or Swami's Beach (known for its spiritual history).

Explore the lesser-known neighborhoods like Point Loma Heights or Normal Heights, where you can find quirky shops, cozy cafes, and hidden gems.

End your trip by relaxing at a beach bonfire in Mission Bay or Pacific Beach, enjoying the warm glow and the sound of the waves.