Kate and Brian couldn’t have been a cuter couple. Their wedding took place at Smog Shoppe, which was the perfect setting for their beautiful wedding day. Their day was filled with great company, music, flowers, food and a breathtaking succulent wall, which was the backdrop for their wedding ceremony. After the ceremony guests moved inside for a delicious meal and boogied down to their favorite tunes.
I am loving this bouquet. Love all of the different succulents with a hint of floral peeking through. Great job, Twig and Twine!
The colors of the bridesmaids dresses really complement one another. And then the pop of color from the flowers, just lovely!Our groom, Brian giving the ring bearer a little word of advice before he walks down the aisle, he nailed it!
How sweet are these escort card signs. The groom custom made them out of wood and then etched everyone’s name and table names on them. I told him he should start selling them. I simply love them!!
On Wednesday, June 20th I had the honor of designing and planning The Knot’s Cocktails and Connections Event, at The Petersen Automotive Museum. The ladies at The Knot posted a sneak peek of pictures up on their blog, but I’m going to feature more pictures of the event here as soon as I get them from the amazing B & G Photography. Stay tuned for more photos. See the link to the blog here: The Knot/The Bump
Last year I adopted a Yorkie from a family that couldn’t keep her anymore and she’s been a special part of my life ever since! She’s become such an important part of my life that when the day comes, I’d love to include her in our wedding ceremony.
I also absolutely love it when my clients involve their beloved pets in their ceremonies and I’ve had the privilege of being a part of some recently, however if you plan to have your pet be a part of your wedding day, ask yourself the following questions first:
1. Does my venue allow animals at the ceremony and/or reception site(s)?
2. Do I have someone who I trust that can watch my pet before, during, and after the ceremony?
3. Is my pet comfortable around strangers/big groups of people?
All of these factors play into a succesful ceremony. 😉
Here are some fun photos of pets in a wedding ceremony:
Alla and Eddie planned out every detail of their wedding to a tee. It was such a beautiful celebration and I was honored to be a part of it! Please enjoy some of their amazing photos below. More to come soon…
This video clip was the inspiration for this blog post. 😉
Proof reading your wedding stationary may seem pretty straight forward, but you’d be surprised by what can happen without the proper check. I always suggest printing out the document if at all possible, that way you can read it more clearly. There is something about staring at a screen for so long that can cause your eyes to miss errors. Second, have someone else proof read your work. It’s always better to have a new pair of eyes proof read your stationary. Lastly, reading it out loud can help catch some mistakes too!
As you can see from the video clip above, incorrect dates and information can really confuse your guests. So, don’t let this happen to you! Always double, triple check your stationary and have a second set of eyes view your work too.