A wedding built for two. Doesn't that just sound hopelessly romantic? Blissful in that "only-in-the-movies" kind of way. Well, this beautiful couple took the idea of a private wedding and ran with it, hiring the FABULOUS Lisa Vorce and Mindy Rice to design the day and the florals, and SMP fav, Aaron Delesie, to shoot their photographs. Which are definitely more like fine art than wedding imagery. And the result was this magical, completely idyllic wedding that was as personal as it was gorgeous. Click here to see so much more!
After a magical ceremony performed by the fabulous JP Reynolds -- Carey and Brian were summoned to their candlelight dinner reception. We had a tiered ruffled linen sewn for the dinner table with oversized ruffled napkins to match. Barker Decor draped the main dining room for us in the coordinating blue fabric which helped soften the room. Mindy did extraordinary floral arrangements which included peonies, ranunculus, anemones, and dusty miller. She incorporated cast metal branches into the arrangements for an unpredictable twist. So gorgeous! Daniel Rautman created an incredible four course menu for Carey and Brian that was to die for.
Lisa Holtzman calligraphed individual "Mr" and "Mrs" menus and we mounted them on velvet backers created by Papel Paper and Press. We partnered with Melody at Sweet and Saucy for the dessert extravaganza. We sent Melody photos of Carey's china, and she created little works of dessert art to complement our over all design. Delicious and visually stunning!
All was captured perfectly by Aaron & Jen Delesie, and by Curtis of Living Cinema! Carey and Brian were a delight to work with and the whole day was exactly what we had hoped for them... private, romantic, memorable!
Event Design: Lisa Vorce, Oh How Charming / Photography: Aaron Delesie / Venue: Figueroa Mountain Farmhouse / Floral: Mindy Rice / Officiant: JP Reynolds / Draping: Barker Decor / Calligraphy: Lisa Holtzman / Velvet Menu Backers: Papel Paper and Press / Desserts & Cake: Sweet and Saucy / Cinematography: Curtis Heyne, Living Cinema