Flowers, flowers, everywhere! – elegance at Four Seaons Westlake Village

July 18, 2024 9:27 am

Sabrina and Max celebrated their wedding with a variety of events, including a lavish reception at the Four Seasons Westlake Village. We were on hand to provide a gorgeous melange of colorful florals in every nook and cranny! From the bride’s home to their wedding ceremony and lunch to the incredibly elegant emerald-and-pink reception at the Four Seasons Westlake Village, our designs provided a sophisticated, luxe feel. We especially loved how the emerald green chairs at the reception added a vibrant counterpoint to our hot-pink roses. The reception was all about evening glamour, thus the deeper, more vivid colors in the palette of pinks. Our sweetheart tables at all events offered fabulous focal points to the rooms, with ceiling decor... Read More

A Beautiful Blue Wedding at the Ebell

July 9, 2024 1:35 pm

Blue has a cool wintry feel, and it was a perfect color for Sarah and Louis’ January winter wedding at the historic Ebell in Los Angeles. We took advantage of the architectural details of the space to create a stunning design for the couple. The staircase in the Lounge room of the Ebell creates a grand entrance for a bride before she walks down the aisle. We gave this feature lots of love in the form of cascading florals in ivory and blue, with accents of overflowing, delicate ruscus greenery. More flowers lined the aisle, drawing focus to the ‘altar’ area, which we framed with majestic urn pieces and a lovely border along the raised wood platform, where the couple... Read More

An Intimate and Super-Stylish Celebration at Bacara

July 1, 2024 3:17 pm

Something about the fresh sea breezes and enchanting sound of the waves inspires romance, and for Scott, and Mark, the Bacara resort gave them the perfect venue for exchanging vows: right in front of the Pacific. The couple’s modern vibe was reflected (literally!) in mirrored touches and clean white florals, aligning perfectly with the gentlemens’ all-white tuxedos. We decked out the wedding arch with clouds of baby’s breath for a light, elegant focal point. Baby’s breath, alternated with white flowers, lined the aisle for a structured yet pretty border. Shelves of champagne greeted guests, which we encircled with baby’s breath and roses. A playful sign encouraged guests to “come for the love, stay for the party”! And what an amazing... Read More