Coronado Island, off the San Diego Bay, was the perfect spot for this fun and eventful destination wedding for Jim Creason and Jeremy Pickens. A small group traveled to San Diego from Nashville the last weekend of October to celebrate the marriage of these two men after a seven-year courtship. The celebration started on Thursday after their flight arrived, checking into the Loews Coronado Bay Resort. The couple visited the San Diego County Courthouse where they obtained their marriage license and a dinner was held at II Fornaio on Coronado Island that evening, with a tour of San Diego the following day on a trolley bus visiting various tourist destination sites throughout the city. The evening before the wedding, a dinner was held at Searsucker restaurant in the Gas Lamp District. The day of the wedding, October 29, 2016, the wedding party brunched at The Historic Del Coronado to kick off the festivities. Guests began arriving for the wedding ceremony at five o’clock in the evening with music from Angelica Strings Music playing. They gathered on the Sunset Terrace of the Loews Coronado Bay Resort in anticipation of the ceremony that began at half after five o’clock. After a brief ceremony and cocktail reception, the couple hosted guests to a sit-down dinner overlooking the San Diego Bay. The couple vacationed in Puerto Vallarta before returning to Nashville, where they now live. Jim is a lifelong resident of Williamson County and he and Jeremy both have been involved in several community organizations.