I think Jesi Haack Design deserves a standing ovation for this little Smog Shoppe number. No quirky (albeit completely amazing) stone was left unturned and the dress? All kinds of BANANAS. With so many unexpected details, it’s rather hard to pick a favorite but if we had to choose, it might just be the feather boa dessert table filled with lovely looking treats from Sweet and Saucy Shop. Genius! There is so much more where this came from courtesy of Mark Brooke Photographers so head over to the gallery and get your fill of all those pretty pink hues. Pssst…sit tight because we’ll be back in a wee bit with a buying guide to accompany this Los Angeles gem and it’s a FUN one.

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From Jesi Haack DesignThey wanted to represent BOTH of their cultures.  So what else would we do other than Matryoshka dolls, paper fortune cookies, all wrapped up in a gradient pink hue?  Duh!  We brought in lots of fur in the table runners, and the ceremony aisle runner.  The amazing Russian Matryoshka dolls stood at attention down the aisle as well, and witnessed the touching nuptials.  We layered the place settings in four different shades of pink napkins.  Adorned each setting with a fuchsia candy, showed the guests to their seats with a hand made paper fortune cookie, and backed the desserts with some feathers and glitter.  It all just made for the most adorable, quirky, and incredibly personal wedding ever!

Venue: Smog Shoppe / Wedding Photography: Mark Brooke Photographers / Event Design + Planning: Jesi Haack Design / Dessert Display: Sweet and Saucy Shop + Sweet and Saucy Supply / Bride’s Hair + Make-up: Susie Chhuor / Centerpieces: Gardenia Flower Art / Bouquets + Boutonnieres: Etsy / Valet: Jeffrey Valet / Wedding Dress: La Sposa customized and altered: Brides by Liza / Bouquet and Boutonnières: Showcase Bridal / Brooch and Hairpiece: Erica Koesler