We Found the Most Entertaining Wedding Ever
September 21, 2017
California
WhimsicalCountry ClubSpring Weddings
We've officially found the most entertaining wedding ever. Hands down. And thanks to Chard Photographer, we have it for you right here. The Mudbug Brass Bandstilt walkers, a magician, and a cigar roller all made an appearance at this insanely gorgeous and spectacular wedding, brought to life by COJ Events. Between all the pretty and all the fun, this is how to guarantee your special day will never be forgotten.
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From Wedding Planner, Cathy, of COJ Events... Liz and Josh are a fun happy couple that really wanted to create an interesting and unique wedding with fun experiential elements at the beautiful Vintage Country Club in Indian Wells. Although one of the more traditional private clubs in the Palm Springs Area, the team at the Vintage were excited and happy to embrace the creative elements that were added to the couples' special day. After a non-traditional ceremony that included all 250 guests forming a large circle around the couple, a Dixie Land Band and stilt walkers led the guests from the ceremony to cocktails. A magician entertained guests at cocktails, and as they sat for dinner, a cigar roller kept the non-dancers happy later in the night, and an In and Out Truck provided a late night snack. Interspersed through all of this were more traditional wedding element - fabulous flowers, heartfelt toasts, cutting the cake, and dancing to an amazing band. The day was flawless, creative, and fun - everything the couple wanted!

From the Bride... From a young age, I knew I wanted to feel very bridal on my wedding. I knew I wanted to be able to move in my dress and not worry about what I ate to feel in-shape for a tight dress. After traveling all over (even Paris) and trying on as many dresses as I could, I decided on the off-white Monique Lhuillier Wisteria Gown. It was formal and large but had a vintage feel. The dress featured an asymmetrical skirt, lace roses (a nod to the Groom’s last name) and tulle, a tight bodice, and thick lace straps. The back was sheer with a beautiful vine of rosettes going down the spine. You cannot go wrong in Monique. The veil was cathedral length with lace roses on the perimeter to match the dress. I think every Bride needs a cathedral length veil no matter what setting it is. It makes the pictures so much better. Jewelry was all heirloom pieces. The earrings were my deceased grandmother’s. I had a “something blue” bracelet from my deceased aunt. My shoes were Christian Louboutin Pigalle sequin flats. Attached to my bouquet was a button that I took from my aunt’s button jar on the day she passed. I have had it in my car since she passed but wanted it with me on my big day. The Wedding Detailers sewed it onto my bouquet ribbon for me as a reminder that she was with me on the day. I ended the night in a custom made bomber jacket with an embroidered tomato (a nod to my family's business) vine-wrapped with a rose (another nod to the Groom’s last name), a blue hummingbird (a nod to deceased family members), and the words “Mrs. Rose” at the top.