But then, what would you expect from a man whose TV
character is name is Angel. Despite the rain when David
Boreanaz and Jaime Bergman wed, the two did indeed feel
star David Boreanaz met his celestial match when he
was introduced to Jamie Bergman of the cable comedy
'Son Of Beach' at a party last year. Jaime 'knew he
was husband material' from the start because he spoke
so tenderly about his family when he took her to dinner
on their first date.Under a star filled desert sky in
July while they were on an evening hike, Boreanaz suprised
Bergman with a 1920's art deco diamond and platinum
ring he had purchased at Frances Klein Estate Jewels
of Bevery Hills.
The Setting: On November 24, 2001 in front of
45 close friends and relatives, the two tied the know
at the Ingleside Inn in Palm Springs, famous as the
honeymoon getaway of Clark Gable and Carol Lombard and
a favourite haunt of Frank Sinatra. According to David,
they picked the place because it was Old Hollywood.
When Jaime walked down the aisle, he thought she looked
like a reincarnation of Marilyn Monroe.
The Reception: A thunderstorm caused a power
outage, but the inn's staff managed to cook the filet
mignon and fillet of sole with the help of a tiny power
generator and candlelight.
The Attire: Jaime wore a custom-made deep V-neck
gown of white satin. Her bow-tie necklace was by Rachel
Abroms Designs of Los Angeles. David's 1940's-style
cashmere suit was custom-designed by Jaime Castaneda
of North Hollywood, Calif. - Samantha Dunn
The Bride carried a bouquet of Black
Magic and Queen's Day roses and salvia (top); The
ceremony was held in the courtyard of Innleside
Inn, built 1925 (right); The vanilla wedding cakes
with buttercream frosting in a basket weave design
(above) were by Jensen's Bakery in Palm springs.