Upon meeting Elizabeth, you can understand how she is the real-life 27 dresses. Her calm and sweet energy radiates from her, and to know this dear couple is to truly love them. Having such a large circle of friends, we set out to plan an amazing celebration full of traditional and romantic touches, lots of the bride’s favorite Chinoiserie textures and patterns and most importantly an evening full of fun! An unforeseen pandemic made us have to re-calibrate and plan a new more intimate event at a new location, but the bride and groom never wavered from their desire to celebrate. When their new date arrived, the excitement and love for these two could be felt in the air. We wanted to make sure each guest felt how special the day and celebration was, and we ensured not one detail was overlooked. With a smaller church ceremony at a campus the bride grew up going to, to an outdoor dinner under the stars at a location her family has frequented for years, the space and the moments felt beyond intimate. In our initial design consultation, Elizabeth shared one inspo - Chinoiserie pattern and her love for blue and white - and with that we ran with a design that felt romantic, beautiful and utilized her favorite pattern in fresh new ways.
Ceremony Venue: Brophy Chapel | Reception Venue: El Chorro | Photography: Mashaida
Cinematography: Something New Media | Floral: Flower Studio | Rentals: Event Rents
Stationery: Celebrations in Paper | Cake & Desserts: Ruze Cake House | Entertainment: Sapphire Sky
Beauty: Lillian Fogel & Erin Fink |
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