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Wedding Ideas: Southern California Wedding

Blush and Burgundy Got a Major Update in This Modern Romantic Wedding Inspiration at The Stonehurst

September 14, 2019 | brooke

When romantic and whimsical meet a classically cool couple, you get this eye-catching wedding inspiration at The Stonehurst created by Eventual Concepts and Eliza Jane Photography. We’ve never seen a blush and burgundy color pallet done like this before, and it has us heart eye emoji-ing over florals by Flowers By Lady Buggs, two stunning Amanda James gowns, and the most adorable Bubbles & Brews prosecco and craft beer truck. Prepare your Pinterest boards, friends, because you won’t want […]

Colorful SoCal Greenhouse Wedding at Dos Pueblos Orchid Farm

September 8, 2019 | juliette

We’re living for Britney and Aviv’s greenhouse wedding at Dos Pueblos Orchid Farm today! This foodie couple wanted a non-traditional venue that allowed them to be in nature while also allowing all of their guests to feel like they were part of the best dinner party imaginable. With a palette of spring-inspired pinks, blues, greens, and white, the couple and their planner, Amber Events, created a cool, casual vibe that complemented the eco-friendly indoor and outdoor spaces beautifully. […]

This Mid-Century Palm Springs Wedding at The Lautner Compound is Straight Out of the ’60s

August 18, 2019 | juliette

Rachel and Michael could not have chosen a more perfect backdrop for their mid-century modern than The Lautner Compound in Palm Springs! The retro vibes of the venue laid the framework for a stunning display of ’60s-inspired florals created by Walden Floral LA using a palette of dusty yellows, oranges, and taupe. Rachel and Michael also added their own personal touches with DIY-ed invitations and paper goods, modern signage, and table runners that gave their tablescapes a totally unique […]

Calling This Palm Springs Wedding at The Pond Estate an Elevated Backyard Wedding is a Major Understatement

August 13, 2019 | juliette

When a wedding professional and a fashionista plan a wedding together, you know the end result is going to be nothing short of magical! Emily and Ace put their creative talents and eye for design on full display in their California wedding at The Pond Estate. The venue itself is a bit nontraditional because it is a vacation rental, but we never could have guessed that based on the styling that combined relaxed backyard vibes with […]

This DIY Joshua Tree National Park Wedding Showed Off the Natural Beauty of Both the Desert and the Couple

August 3, 2019 | juliette

The desert was calling Gabby and Harry, and so they had the most perfect Joshua Tree National Park wedding! The intimate celebration, which began with a ceremony at Indian Cove Amphitheater and ended with a chic dinner party style reception at Colony Palms Hotel, was filled with DIY goodness from top to bottom. The couple didn’t add too much to either space, allowing the natural beauty of the desert to be a star of the day, second only […]

If You Love the 1970s and Desert Vibes, This Moorten Botanical Garden Wedding is For You

July 31, 2019 | juliette

Stacey and Brian’s Moorten Botanical Garden wedding is making us believe that there is not a more special combination than vintage style and desert landscapes! Not only did this creative bride source her dress and all of the wedding party looks from thrift stores and vintage shops, but she also made all of the floral arrangments, sourced from a local flower market. The overall vibe was carefree and whimsical, which truly allowed every emotion to flow freely […]

Lush Industrial Long Beach Wedding at Shannon’s At The Top

July 21, 2019 | juliette

Natalllie and Cory’s industrial Long Beach wedding was anything but typical! After searching for a long time to find the perfect venue, one of the couple’s friends suggested At the Top, which is a non-traditional venue for a wedding. But, with the addition of floor-to-ceiling greenery with just hints of white florals designed by Rawfinery, twinkle lights, and sparkly details, the industrial music venue was transformed into the dreamiest ceremony and reception spaces! We adore that […]

You’d Never Guess This Gorgeous Green and Copper Valentine DTLA Wedding was Inspired by the Green Bay Packers

July 8, 2019 | juliette

Inspired by the natural and cozy feeling of Scotland and the colors of their favorite football team, Bellamy and Nick created the dreamiest Valentine DTLA wedding! Seriously, though, who knew that football team colors could be this sophisticated?! The green and copper palette was absolutely stunning, the retro vibes were ideal for this DTLA venue, and the florals designed by Winston and Main were works of art that blended seamlessly with the lush greenery already in the space. […]

Ethereal Joshua Tree Wedding at Le Haut Desert Aerie

April 10, 2019 | juliette

Georgia and Zach’s desert wedding at Le Haut Desert Aerie in Joshua Tree was as awe-inspiring as they come! In keeping with the dusty colors of the desert, Burlap & Rose Weddings used a palette of muted pinks, blues, greens, and browns to complement and enhance the natural beauty of the venue. Their floral-focused decor, which included an impressive ceremony arch and rose-covered table garlands created by Hello Gem Events, were the stars of the show, and the ambient lighting […]

Romantic European-Inspired Carondelet House Wedding in Los Angeles

March 30, 2019 | juliette

Unbelievable romance was the name of the game in Sophie and Tristan’s Carondelet House wedding! The couple fell in love with the European feel of the venue, and we have to admit that we did, too, when we saw the exposed brick, dark wood floors, and twinkle light covered courtyard. Mulberry and Moss outdid themselves with the installations around the fireplace centerpiece, as well as around the sweetheart table. Everything about this LA wedding was dramatic, luxurious, […]

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