Chris and Laura
Beverly Hills, California
Celebrating eleven years of dating with a wedding. High School sweethearts tied the knot at Greystone Mansion in Beverly Hills. In honor of this classic estate, the design was vintage inspired. The bride collected vintage items which she teamed with props from local shops. Every detail set the mood. I love this wedding.
Bride's wedding dress hangs from a four poster bed in the beautiful Redbury Hotel in Hollywood.
White Wedding Shoes
Every Bride needs a picture of her wedding shoes.
The bridal party in matching robes
Large bridal party poses for a picture at the hotel while getting ready. Love the matching robes.
Welcome table at the reception
Decor designed to feel to bring the warmth of home to the outdoors. Guest book is displayed with programs nearby alongside portrait of the couple.
Greet guests with Guava Lemonade, Cucumber-Mint Lemonade and Chilled Water
on Shabby Chic Chairs
Up close photo of aisle flowers
Rustic wooden wedding chairs are decorated with small bouquets hanging from ribbon.
Guests were offered wedding parasols for a summer wedding. Considerate touch to anticipate the comfort of their guests on a hot summer day.
Greystone Wedding Reception
Shabby chic chairs with rustic paint and large pillars holding urns of flowers decorate the wedding ceremony.
Lush Powder Pink Wedding Bouquet
Garden Roses fill Wedding Bouquet with pretty little greens peeking out.
Bridesmaids carried pink and white bouquets with baby garden roses among larger rose varieties. We love how the colors popped against their lovely charcoal dresses.
A Kiss to Build a Dream On...
True love sealed with a wedding kiss.
Congratulations to Laura and Chris
A happy bride and groom walk down the aisle hand in hand.
Picture Perfect - Greystone
No wonder the American Film Academy leased this property for many years. The Greystone Mansion is filled with hundreds of picture perfect wedding photo locations.
Guest seating Easel
A guest seating chart is beautiful for an organized bride who knows where all of her guests are going to seat in advance. Printing one large sign instead of individual escort signs can save money overall and be a beautiful focal point during the cocktail reception. I find the easel much easier than looking for your name on a card.
Pink and Peach Table Design
Vintage inspired table designed with flower vases created from mix and match containers. Every table looked unique.
Water bottles on reception tables
Worry about guests with empty glasses on a hot day. We love these vintage inspired water bottles which double as decor.
Simplicity of beautiful flowers
Simple elegance shines with flowers in an Anthropology pink fleur de lis glass created beautiful wedding decorations.
Mirror Perfume Tray Centerpieces
Little fleur de lis glasses filled with peonies and garden roses add a delicate touch.
Tables named after Flowers
Instead of table numbers guests were seated at tables named after beautiful flowers.
Chalkboard with menu
A family member wrote our chalkboard with the wedding menu for a personalized touch.
Farmer's Market Buffet
Fresh colorful buffet featuring organic vegetables and homemade bakery breads.
Fresh Beet and Goat Cheese Salad
The infamous chef Alan Jackson prepared a bright healthy meal. Please say hello to Fiona, our favorite coordinator from Jackson Catering.
The buffet created a beautiful plate of food.
Scrabble "L O V E" Decorations
We decorated the favor table with scrabble pieces and an antique miniature trunk.
Carmel Corn in Mason Jars
Hand stamped tags are a delicate touch for the wedding favors, mason jars filled with carmel corn made by Grandpa.
Popcorn in Mason Jars