Fun + Stylish Circle Themed Wedding: Hanna + Randy

Hanna + Randy wanted a wedding that was upbeat yet comfortable, and infused multiple colors and a plethora of circle patterns that could bring some fun, funk, and style! Love it. :) They also wanted great food and had to incorporate their love for coffee with a coffee bar and signature drinks. They selected the The Casino San Clemente as their venue and the outdoor space was a perfect setting for their lovely ceremony. Lindye Galloway Events helped Hanna + Randy create a day that was uniquely them while Emily Blake Photography captured it all on film. Congrats to Hanna + Randy!

the casino san clemente wedding

bride and groom in greenery

bride and groom portraits

Love that the bridesmaids each carried their own little succulent!


red bow tie on ring bearer

the casino san clemente venue

Lindye Galloway Events used Hanna + Randy’s inspiration to create multiple design elements unique to their day. On the fireplace at the ceremony, they created a cascading effect of color and circles using cross-stitch rings and colored coffee filters. This look was also mirrored in the reception. Hanna’s father built all those benches for the ceremony – gorgeous!

cute ring bearer and flower girl

the casino san clemente wedding

the casino san clemente wedding

the casino san clemente wedding

the casino san clemente wedding

bride and groom first kiss

fall centerpieces

unique escort cards

I love their “Notes to the Newlyweds” wall, again infusing their circle look. Guests would write a note on colored paper, roll it up and put it into the chicken wired tall frame to create a fun design.


chicken wire frame for wedding

the casino san clemente wedding

bride and goom portraits

bride and goom at train station

bride and groom at casino san clemente

orange wedding centerpieces

paper fan reception

succulent wedding cake topper

paper fan reception decor

paper fan reception decor

sparkler exit

Favorite memory of the day? As a bride, my favorite memory of the night (as sappy as this may sound) was being hand in hand with my groom as we walked down the sparkler filled aisle of excited and supportive friends and families. I loved having everyone who has been a unique part of our lives join us to celebrate one of the biggest days of our lives, our marriage.

Advice you have for brides planning now? A piece of advice I would offer brides is to remember to keep your groom part of the whole wedding process. While he may not want to go to Michael’s two times a day, he probably still wants to be part of making your wedding as much making his wedding…and most importantly being able to look back on “our” wedding.


Post Divider Line

photography: Emily Blake Photography // venue name: The Casino San Clemente, CA // hair stylist: Hair by Allie // makeup artist: Hair by Allie // catering: Carbonara Catering // designer: Lindye Galloway Events // planner: Lindye Galloway Events // flowers: The Vine's Leaf // coffee bar: Annabelle's Coffee // lighting: Five Crown Lighting