From the bride:
“I wanted the ceremony to feel traditional and romantic, yet updated and chic. We used an assortment of chairs- vintage round back linen chairs, tufted benches, and traditional church pews, mixed in with more modern bistro chairs. Our alter provided a modern back drop- geometric wooden structure, clean lines, dressed with eucalyptus seed.
I wanted dinner, which took place in the garden, to feel like an updated version of a vintage tea party. A vintage credenza was used for the tea station paired with vintage tea cups and saucers for guests to enjoy. We placed vintage settees and chairs adjacent to the tea station to create a “tea room.”
Our cake table was a long wooden table with a metal frame and industrial legs, and was dressed with vintage tea trays and mirrors. Our reception took place inside. Our Marquee Lights were the focal point for a touch of Hollywood glamor in a cool industrial setting.“
For the reception, the bride & groom lounged on Martha, our pretty little french blue settee.
This fun couple also incorporated impaction details such as, vintage marquee signs (like this BAR sign), our vintage chapel mirrors for their escort card display, our rustic reclaimed Alexander Bar, vintage typewriters, Le Swan Chairs, our distressed grey-blue Laurel Buffet & so much more! We hope you love this pretty wedding with amazing details as much as we do!
Photography: Anna Delores // Videography: Crescent Bay Films // Floral Design: Seed Floral // Catering: Tiato // Hair And Makeup: Fiore Beauty // DJ: VIP DJ Entertainment // Officiant: LA Wedding Woman // Cake Designer: The Butter End // Ceremony And Reception: Tiato // Classic Car: Classy Chassis Car Rental // Coordination: WINK! // Live Music: Organic String Quartet // Rentals: Archive Rentals // Tabletop: DishWish Rentals