A chuppah is typically in the shape of four straight posts with a tallit shawl draped overhead. Among other things, the chuppah symbolizes the wedding couple’s new home that they will create together. This special meaning inspires us to be creative with our chuppahs. For Dorsa and Eliot’s wedding at the Four Seasons Westlake Village, we created gracefully curved branches instead of straight posts. We filled out the frame with lots of eucalyptus and greenery, sprinkled with fresh white flowers.
Inside the ballroom, we kept things light and airy with more white florals and baby’s breath, as well as a mix of blush and pink arrangements for additional color. Gorgeous patterned lighting everywhere by Sky Lighting Productions gave additional dimension and a major wow factor to the room. The blush color of the light worked perfectly with the grays of the chairs and tables and the flickering candles we set on all surfaces.
See more of this beautiful day below in photos by Katie Beverley.
Floral Design: Butterfly Floral and Event Design
Planning: Becker & The Co.
Photography: Katie Beverley
Rentals: Palace Party Rental
Linens: Luxe Linen
Videography: VIP Productions
Lighting: Sky Lighting ProductionsTags: Luxury Wedding, outdoor ceremony, Rustic Wedding, Wedding Chuppah, White and Green wedding