A Bar or Bat Mitzvah is one of the most important days in a person’s life, and we’re honored to have been a part of these milestone celebrations. Below are some of our most inventive and personal designs for our young clients. For this event, we hung thousands of roses from chandeliers for a classy, glam presentation.
Engagement parties are a place to celebrate the beginning of a couple’s life together. For this one, planned by Kate Carlson of A Kate Carlson Event and beautifully shot by Katie Beverley, was a vision of sumptuous glamour. With the impeccable Four Seasons LA as a backdrop, it was a night to remember for everyone. The clients chose blush, pink, and vivid fuschia as their colors, and Palace Party Rentals brought in gold and mirrored rentals. VENDORS: Floral Design: Butterfly Floral and Event Design Planning: A Kate Carlson Event Photography: Katie Beverley Venue: Four Seasons Los Angeles Rentals: Palace Party Rentals We work hard to credit all vendors accurately for every blog post. If a vendor is missing, please email... Read More
The stars of every wedding are the couple getting married, so it’s natural to have them sit apart from the guests in a beautifully appointed table all of their own. We have taken sweetheart tables to a higher art, and here share our absolute favorites. The background of a sweetheart table can be just as important as the design of the table itself. In the photo above, two beautiful tall floral arrangements with cascading flowers were placed behind the sweetheart table, adding height to the overall look. For this look, above, a stand above the sweetheart table is overflowing with hanging greenery; while it’s not only a beautiful design, this type of overhead arrangement can also, in a way, symbolize... Read More
Who doesn’t love greenery? When the rustic trend came upon the wedding world a few years ago, it thrilled designers and florists everywhere. Greenery can be used to add lush depth and dimension to wedding floral design. For this sumptuous wedding at the Four Seasons Westlake Village, we used tons (well, not literally – but close!) of pepper tree, eucalyptus, and other foliage to create a dreamy look for our couple. Lin and Jirsa captured it all on camera, and Maryam Forutan, owner of Delicate Details, helped ensure all elements of this amazing wedding came together beautifully. A Chuppah with Greenery and White Flowers The centerpiece of the wedding ceremony was this chuppah, overflowing with greenery, amaranthus, and white and... Read More
Private estates offer a one-of-a-kind, “Where is that?”-esque sense of sanctuary to a couple’s wedding day. For this event, the couple had their wedding at a private estate in Malibu, with a stunning backdrop of rolling hills and ocean waves. We created florals rich in texture and romantic greenery. The textures, colors, and overall inspiration of the wedding floral design was rustic and organic, as if the bouquets and design grew naturally from the surrounding hills. To create this look, we used ivory spray roses, roses, veronica, and varieties of greenery. The showpiece of this wedding was the half-crown backdrop of tall white florals and greenery, embracing the couple as they exchanged vows. Photos by Anya Kernes, below. The blush... Read More
One of our favorite venues is the legendary Beverly Hills Hotel. Their Crystal Garden is a private, gorgeous outdoor area with a built-in gazebo upon which we have designed some of our must stunning chuppahs. For this event, we brought in a rich spectrum of pinks, ivory, a touch of peach, and greenery to create a romantic atmosphere for our clients. Simple, sweet peony bouquet Many brides dream of a peony bouquet, and this bride was no different. Pink and ivory peonies combined with perfect ivory roses for this bridal bouquet. A blush, pink, and ivory rose chuppah We encrusted the original gazebo with waves of roses and greenery, using varying depths and types of roses to create texture, but... Read More
Often, the escort card table is one of the first thing guests see as they arrive at your wedding; or, after the ceremony as guests file towards your reception, it’s the first element of the reception decor and a change of pace from the ceremony. It basically kickstarts the most fun part of the evening – the emotion and introspection of the ceremony gives away to dinner, dancing, and, yes, the open bar! Below are some of our most innovative escort card tables and designs. This escort card display was for a large wedding (over 700 guests). Modern white shelves served as a backdrop, with orchids flowing from glass vessels, and candles – lots of candles. This wood stand held... Read More