Susan R. Jeske and James M. Irvine have announced their […]
Susan R. Jeske and James M. Irvine have announced their engagement and will be married in the Spring of 2018 at the Irvine Ranch Historic Park
IRVINE, CA, UNITED STATES, June 1, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Taj Mahal Tents has been chosen to custom make a VictorianPagoda Tents Suppliers wedding tent for the historic Irvine Wedding reception of Susan R. Jeske and James M. Irvine. Susan, the first Ms. America® in 1997 and now the CEO of the Ms. America® Pageant, will be marrying James, the youngest grandson to the late James Irvine II who inherited about 115,000 acres in what is now Orange County, California.
The innovative 50 x 100 foot tent used approximately 1500 yards of fabric and has no interior poles or supports so all the guests will have an unobstructed view of all the activities. It will have 300 feet of hand stamped 18 Karat Gold Victorian trim, with over 150 four-inch flower appliques and 300 gold tassels hand sewn around the border. It took over 5 months to make with countless hours of labor. The tent will have 56 champagne sheer cloth drapes, and 28 gold satin tassel tie backs. It took a 9-man team, working around the clock, from structural engineers, designers and metal fabricators to seamstresses and block printers to produce the Historical Irvine Wedding Tent.
Taj Mahal Tents is proud to be the exclusive tent designer of the Irvine Wedding. The Victorian tent will turn the event into a magical experience. Taj Mahal Tents offers a wide range of elegantly designed tents that are rich in style, design and quality. It is a second-generation family owned business servicing Southern California. The company is built on the strength, experience and expertise of a team that delivers the creative inspiration and operational innovation that stretches the limits of what is possible. Taj Mahal Tents sets a new standard of Service, Excellence, Reliability, Creativity, Inspiration and Innovation.
The couple plans to marry at the Irvine Ranch Historic Park which is where the original Irvine family home was and is now the Katie Wheeler Library (named after James’s Aunt). James was born and raised in the home as a young boy. He will be the last Irvine that lived in the mansion, who will be married there.