Ferris, who owns and art gallery, and Goss, had a beautiful, glamorous Los Angeles themed wedding ceremony at the Roosevelt Hotel, planned by Beverly Hills based event planners JOWY Productions. Their post-wedding brunch was held on the rooftop of the London Hotel.
Guests for the pre-wedding dinner arrived on a red carpet to true Hollywood glamour, with four rotating Kleig movie lights. They were photographed and received copies later in the evening. The photos were also included in a guest sign-in book where everyone wrote Natasha and Jerry a message next to their photograph.
The marquee was branded as Sunrise to Sunset Starring Jerry & Natasha and inside there was playing the premiere of an original film made by Jerry & Natasha. Dancing waiter served speciality drinks and food stations were inspired by on-set food trucks.
DJ Jasepi spun the decks all evening.
For the Saturday wedding at the Hollywood Roosevelt, the ceremony was held in the round in the hotel foyer.
The wedding dress was by Kenneth Pool and the bride 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. There, the ate a three-course dinner of Natasha Goss and Jerry Ferris’ favorite foods, entertained by a ten piece band, the James Gang Encore. Late night snacks of sliders, mini dogs and sweet potato and regular French fries.
As if that weren’t enough excitement for one Bachelorette contestant’s wedding, Sunday brunch was held at The London West Hollywood rooftop before the bride and groom set off on their honeymoon.