Stained Glass Wedding Inspiration at The Fig House

fig house styled shoot

Today’s unique styled shoot takes place at a brand new Los Angeles venue called The Fig House. It’s the brainchild of Steve Fortunato (of LA’s Room Forty) and was designed by Emily Henderson (of HGTV Secrets from a Stylist). To celebrate the opening, Jesi Haack Designs pulled together a beautiful editorial that focused + expanded on the pretty colors + design elements that were already decorating the space thanks to Emily. Inspired by all of the stained glass throughout, that became her motif for the day. You’ll see it artfully represented just about everywhere! And lovely details like the lush, wild florals by Honey + Poppies and the creative hand-painted paper goods have us totally swooning over it all. And we’re sure you will be, too! Here’s a bit more about the venue from Emily Henderson:

It’s 1920’s Hollywood Deco meets 1980’s party, meets 2014 Highland Park. Every piece of lounge furniture is one of a kind, designed by yours truly, with 50 pieces of original art by 12 different local artists (curated by The Jealous Curator), and some custom stained glass windows (by the world famous Judson Studios) that will make modern church goers weep with neon joy. In short: It’s Gatsby meets Any Warhol meets Marie Antoinette.

Sounds pretty rad, right?! And now you get to see it for yourself in all its glory! :) Big thanks to Woodnote Photography for these super fun photos!

green invitation

fig house bride


The braided halo by Heidi Marie Garrett + stunning make up by Amy Clarke totally hit the mark! I love how they really embody the feel of the shoot…

fig house bride

fig house bride

fig house bride


Cannot get over the gorgeous florals!

bridesmaids

bridesmaids

bridesmaids

jewel toned bouquets

fig house bride

groomsmen

groomsmen

bride and groom

whimsical fig house bride


And majorly love this giant tulle ceremony site installment!

bride and groom

tulle ceremony backdrop

tulle ceremony backdrop

octagon table


The octagon tables added a fun modern edge to the classically lush table scape, and each place setting featured a hand painted illustration for the dinner menu. Such a cool idea.

octagon table

glitter table runner

plate setting

watercolor place setting

octagon table

wooden chairs

glitter table runners

glitter table runners

fig house


And the gorgeous, modern cake by Sweet + Saucy Shop was a work of art in its own right!

all white texture flower cake

all white texture flower cake

fig house inspiration

fig house inspiration


Thanks so much to the below creatives for sharing this fun, stained glass wedding inspiration with us today! For more information on tying the knot at The Fig House, visit their website or email them at events {at} fighousela [dot]com.

photography: Woodnote Photography // planning + design: Jesi Haack Designs // venue: The Fig House Los Angeles, California // florals: Honey + Poppies // gown: Kirstie Kelly // cake: Sweet + Saucy Shop // hair: Heidi Marie Garrett // make up: Amy Clarke // painted stationery: Tessa Shane // rentals: Signature Party Rentals

This wedding features rad artists fromThe GWS Wedding Artist GalleryJesi Haack Design and Sweet and Saucy Shop are all Featured Vendors in the GWS Vendor Guide! Find more rad artists for your day in our Guide.
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Comments

  1. Awesome images!! Love it! Love the venue, the dresses and especially the bride’s dress– oh.

  2. Her gown is amazing… and so is that cake. This looks like it was so much fun: very unique.

  3. Wow wow wow- the dress and flowers <3 brilliant

  4. I love the dreamy colorfulness of this whole wedding. It feels like a fresh perspective on bohemian.

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