Victoria and Michael decided to have a daytime luncheon wedding. They kept it small – close friends and family only. What better spot for a Sunday brunch than the Hotel Bel Air? Victoria loved the look of natural wood tables with abundant florals. She took design inspiration from her own home, in fact, she owns the same exact dishes we used for the table. Michael was a a big fan of dessert, so we tapped SusieCakes to make their wedding cake. A string quartet played for the ceremony and reception.
Liz and Bert got married on Halloween, but you would never know it. Liz wanted a classic white and green color scheme. As an interior designer, she had such amazing taste and it was fun to select beautiful elements like brass vases and monogrammed napkins with her. She chose The Biltmore in Santa Barbara since she wanted her friends and family to enjoy the best of the West Coast weather and views by selecting the Coral Casino side of the property. If you want to see more of this wedding you can check it out on 100 Layer Cake here.
I love this engagement session by Jana Williams so much! First of all, Tahlia and David are the absolute best, but not only that, you can tell how great they are together just by looking at these photos. I am also really into Tahlia’s hair and make-up by Fiore Beauty. I can’t wait for their wedding in Santa Barbara this summer.
When I met Tanya we had an instant connection – it was like chatting with an old friend. I understood what she wanted and she was totally on board with my recommendations. Tanya and Aaron are both architects and really care about design, which is why they selected The Los Angeles Athletic Club due to its rich history and newly renovated event space. Their ceremony was a lovely one at the Wilshire Boulevard Temple, which is one of the prettiest ones I have ever seen. On their wedding day, it rained and Tanya and Aaron took it in stride, laughing throughout their photos. They didn’t let the rain dampen their day at all! Here are some of my favorite photos from their big day!