Real Wedding by Aaron Delesie, II
June 1, 2009
United States

First and foremost, thank you so very much for the lovely words about the new site. For anyone that works in the creative industry, you understand just how much this was a labor of love!

Ok. Continuing on with Aaron Delesie's FABULOUS real wedding. I am so in love with this wedding. It's pretty, it's sweet, it's utterly charming. Of course, designed by Lisa at Oh How Charming!, every detail is tended to, every touch is perfectly executed.

aaron delesie real wedding

Pure deliciousness. Easy, breezy, beautiful. (I think that I am officially watching too much TV). The perfect parasols, the sweet daisies, the handwritten wishes for the couple. Every bit of this wedding is pretty enough to eat! And lucky for us, Lisa Vorce is here to share a few of the details!

From Lisa...

For our Nantucket inspired ceremony - we knew Alexandra would need a boardwalk as her aisle runner! Barker Decor built the most beautiful white wood "boardwalk" for us with gorgeous thick white rope to mark the aisle. Mindy Rice accented the boardwalk with sweet, simple bouquets of white daisies and ribbon. For the seating, we used a combination of white wood folding chairs, and crisp white benches. I had beautiful light blue cushions sewn for the benches and we accented them with soft yellow bolster pillows. The combination of the light blue and yellow fabrics with the crisp white wood was stunning. The event was held at the beautiful Montage Resort in Laguna Beach - so we also had the amazing backdrop of the Pacific Ocean which perfectly completed our look!

{To hear more about the ceremony, check out the update that we just added to our last post!}

aaron delesie real wedding

Back in a bit with more! In the meantime, though, I thought that I would tease you guys with another hint about the upcoming giveaway...

The brand is one that you look to for its style, approachability and unbelievable quality. Think big black and white boxes with perfect presents tucked inside. Oh and did I say that its worth more than $1,000? I meant to say that it was more than $3,000. OH YEA!