Hopefully you all got a chance to check out part one and part two, now it’s time for the reception! I love the long wood feasting tables that were flanked by both modern ghost chairs and wooden tree stumps (keeping with that mix of modern + rustic) for guests to sit on. They also had large [...]View Wedding »
Hopefully you caught part one of the wedding this morning – now it’s time for their ceremony by the sea! Their wedding day ended up being a gorgeous, foggy day that added a really romantic, ethereal vibe. Guests were taken down to the beach by a pedicab that had a large sign on the back [...]View Wedding »
One of my favorite destination wedding locations is Palm Springs. For couples living in Socal, it’s an easy weekend away and for those out of state it’s a fun location to fly into town for – always perfect weather! For Lindsey + Eddie’s wedding weekend, they chose one of my favorite hotels there, The Parker Palm [...]View Wedding »
Keyna + Joshua wanted a wedding venue that was unique, could hold both the ceremony + reception – and was a bit funky! So, the Marvimon in Los Angeles was a perfect choice for them. They hired one of the best – Jesi of Jesi Haack Design – to help design their day. Jesi incorporated ropes, knots, succulents, terrariums and wood for [...]View Wedding »
For Matt + Paul, it was important that their day felt very personal – and more like an elegant party than a commitment ceremony. I love that they handed out flasks after the ceremony for the walk from the church to house – along with colorful parasols. How fun! And speaking of fun, just love their bow [...]View Wedding »
With Kjirk being deployed in Afghanistan, Amanda + Kjirk hadn’t seen each other in 10 months – until the day before their wedding! Talk about a pretty emotional wedding! They filled their wedding day with the things they loved + were truly passionate about. From Amanda, “As far as design, I was inspired by the [...]View Wedding »
Marcy + Dan just really wanted to have a wedding day that would let them be their ridiculous selves and have the best time ever with their family + friends. Marcy’s sister came up with the name of the event as a combination of their last names – Lakerson2012 – and thus began their craze [...]View Wedding »
From the get go, Tammy + Ben wanted their wedding to feel intimate, as if they were inviting guests to take a glimpse into their lives and how they fell in love. Their wedding and reception elements took guests on a journey through the seven years they’ve been together, reflected in elements like a dessert [...]View Wedding »
In case you missed the first part of this wedding, you can see it all here. Kim + Robbie love parties – so they knew their wedding had to be one big part as well! Their fun theme included Napoleon Dynamite, dinosaurs roaming the tables as escort cards, bridesmaids in sequined chevron dresses + they [...]View Wedding »
Kim + Robbie’s wedding is pure fun! They love being in the moment with each other, and their favorite memories are their parties – being surrounded by friends + music! Pair that with rad design by Jesi Haack Design and awesome photos by Studio Castillero and they had one big amazing party! Here’s what Kim said about their [...]View Wedding »
Trisha + Justin have been together for 11 years! Trisha comes from a marketing and photography background and Justin does production for big events – like Coachella. They knew that they wanted to get married in the desert since they had worked at Coachella together for so many years. The Empire Polo Club in Indio was [...]View Wedding »
Jennifer + Anthony wanted to create a casual, fun, eclectic party atmosphere for their wedding. Sounds pretty perfect, right?! I just love all the bright colors and geometric patterns in their wedding design by Bird Dog Wedding – and wait until you see their dessert table backdrop! Such a happy and inspirational wedding. :) Thanks so much to Paige Newton [...]View Wedding »
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