The Marvimon has always been one of my favorite venues. It has a cool mid-century feel paired with a stunning indoor/outdoor space and a succulent wall that I literally want to marry. But I’ve never seen the Marvimon quite like this; intertwined with a December wedding so classic, so beautiful that it truly embodies the best of both worlds. Planned by So Happi Together with garden blooms by Floral Elements and images of the day by Esther Sun Photography – there’s even more to devour right here.
Paul and I have always loved spending time with our family and friends. When we started planning for our wedding, we wanted to make sure that our guests felt like they were at a huge family gathering for the evening. We also aimed to create a comfortable and cozy atmosphere, especially since we had a December wedding. With the help of everyone’s wonderful creativity, we were able to capture exactly what we had envisioned. Truly, our favorite moment was walking through the doors of Marvimon House, seeing for ourselves how all the ideas we had tossed around had come to life: from the subtle flowers with hints of dark reds and the candlelight that glowed so perfectly through the softly dimmed room to the bustle of chefs in the kitchen preparing a delicious meal and guests chatting with one another under the warmth of shawls and heatlamps in the patio. We couldn’t have asked for a more perfect setting to spend with our loved ones.
Photography: Esther Sun Photography | Wedding Planner: So Happi Together | Florist: Floral Elements | Wedding Dress: Mount Tabor Park | Ceremony Venue: First Congregational Church Of Pasadena | Reception Venue: Marvimon | Bride's Shoes: Badgley Mischka | Bridesmaids Dresses: Amazon | Catering: Urban Palate | Groom's Attire: Hugo Boss Red Label | Calligraphy/signage: Letters To You | Desserts: M Cake Sweets | Hair & Make Up: Nicole DeAnne | Photobooth: Cheesy Photobooths | Rentals: Premiere Party Rents