We were thrilled to be a part of Jennifer and Cory’s waterfront wedding at SeaCliff Country Club in Huntington Beach! The bride wore a baby’s breath flower crown and carried a large bouquet of dahlias, peonies, garden roses, Queen Anne’s lace, and greenery. The ceremony arch was adorned with asymmetrical vertical arrangements of roses, stock, and curly willow. Reception tablescapes with a garland of greenery provided an intimate backdrop to the celebration.
Amanda and Tommy’s vintage-inspired literary wedding was held at the historic Lindley-Scott House in Azusa. The bride carried a bouquet of burgundy, cream, and pale pink roses, accented with greenery and burgundy calla lilies (Amanda’s favorite). The groom’s boutonniere had a special touch – a page from his favorite novel was turned into a paper flower. Perfect for a writer! The carnation flower wall at the reception was a highlight for guests, and rosey centerpieces were set atop classic books.
This Carondelet House wedding in Los Angeles was a joy to be a part of! Veronica chose a stunning bouquet of pale pink and white roses, carnations, and dusty miller, with fun accents of berzillia berries and seeded eucalyptus. The bride walked down a rose-petal lined aisle, and reception tables were lined with white florals in individual vintage vases. And we loved the typewriter flower arrangement at the guestbook table!
Rebecca and Zach’s Malibu beach elopement was simply dreamy. The custom wood arch was built by Designs by Kelly Clark and draped with soft voile. The asymmetrical rose arch pieces were the perfect addition to the ceremony backdrop. The bride looked beautiful with her bouquet of peonies, roses, eucalyptus, and blue thistle. The soft, natural color palette of white, green, and pale peach fit perfectly with the soft sandy beach background.
It was such a pleasure to be a part of Janine and Christina’s wedding at The Raymond in Pasadena! The happy couple chose a fun color palette of pink lisianthus, flaming parrot tulips, dahlias, and orange viking poms Tied in with wood boxes, vintage urns, and curly willow, these lively florals were the perfect addition to the historic restaurant. Individual glass vases with bright mini-arrangements completed the reception tablescape.
Amanda and Mark’s wedding at Cal Aero Aviation in Chino perfectly matched this couple’s fun personalities! They chose a classic black and white color scheme to pair with this unique event space. Their floral palette included peonies, hydrangea, spray roses, delphinium, and daisies. Ceremony pieces, aisle vases, and the bride’s bouquet were tied with a black and white ribbon. Tall centerpieces, sweet cake flowers, and clean white florals completed the fun reception look.
This coral and blue wedding in Huntington Beach included lovely floral arrangements for the couple’s church ceremony, as well as fun centerpieces for the 300-guest reception. Mindy and Adam chose Amsterdam roses, blue hydrangeas, and white orchids for their floral palette. Round mum aisle pieces at the ceremony were repurposed at the reception and set atop square glass vases. And coral cake flowers made the cake pop!
Janelle and Dave’s intimate church ceremony in Pasadena was vintage-inspired and romantic! The bride looked lovely with a bouquet of pale pink peonies, succulents, light peach roses, and seeded eucalyptus. A custom “Happily Ever After” sign hung on the church door to greet guests. The church aisles were lined with rose petals and tall glass vases carrying hydrangeas. Six altar pieces completed the romantic look of this beautiful ceremony.
Erica and Rod were wed at the Altadena Country Club. The couple selected a color palette of classic creams and greens, with hints of deep purple. The bride carried a bouquet of roses and dusty miller with striking purple calla lilies, which matched the floral in the grooms calla lily boutonniere. Wood columns made by Designs by Kelly Clark held tall rose and hydrangea arrangements – a beautiful addition to a beautiful ceremony.
Aren’t sunflowers the happiest flowers? Perfect for this happy couple! Michelle and Mark’s fun, rustic wedding at Long Shadow Ranch in Temecula included daisy mums, mini green hydrangea, and snapdragons in addition to these sweet sunflowers. The bride walked down a rose petal lined aisle. The yellow, white, and green color scheme carried from the five individual arch pieces, to the mason jar reception arrangements, to the sweet bundt cake flowers.
Johanna and Anthony’s wedding at Padua Hills Theatre in Claremont was elegant and timeless. The classically neutral ivory and greenery color palette was perfect for this dramatic venue! Johanna had a striking bouquet of succulents, ivory roses, dusty miller, and a touch of white wax flower. A white hydrangea and succulent arrangement for ceremony was repurposed at the reception, and the cake was decorated with succulents and roses.