Stunning Ombre at Montage Laguna Beach

April 19, 2024 11:43 am

The usage of ombre is a perfect way to add visual flow and dynamic design to an event. For example, in Courtney and Charles’ wedding, our design incorporated a gradual flow of hot pink to blush pink to ivory flowers all along the wedding aisle, gradually drawing guests’ eyes to the stunning ombre wedding arch. The arch featured the same color palette as the aisle, and formed a ‘ceiling’ of pink orchids sheltering the couple as they exchanged vows. The raised white aisle, clear chairs, and a white grand piano with floral accents rounded out this sophisticated look. The ceremony space overlooked the Montage Laguna’s jaw-droppingly gorgeous fountain and pool. In the ballroom, a rich emerald green created a vibrant... Read More


A Showstopper at Bellagio

September 16, 2022 11:32 am

Perla and James wanted to truly wow their guests with exciting, high-impact setpieces at their winter wedding at the Bellagio. They married in a nearby church, for which we provided pretty aisle pieces and light florals, saving the razzle-dazzle for the reception. In the ballroom, which was made a blank canvas thanks to white carpet and draping, we created a stunning showpiece of mirrored columns with swaths of floral garlands and drifts of long white orchids hanging down from above. Even more special – A draped walkway lead guests to the reception space, creating an immersive feel right from the beginning of the event experience! Take it all in with Lighthouse Photocinema‘s photos, below! Floral Design: Butterfly Floral and Event Design... Read More


A Rooftop Affair at Los Angeles’ Jonathan Club

May 24, 2022 2:38 pm

The Jonathan Club in Downtown LA is a stately, ornate space with handsome wood details and gorgeous chandeliers. But with teh pandemic necessitating outdoor events, Marielle and David’s guests discovered the Club has a stunning rooftop space as well. The couple celebrated their vows in front of a green wall and our arch filled with blush and ivory roses and lots of greenery; skyscrapers looked down on the guests for a truly impressive urban setting. The soft, pretty look continued at cocktail hour with soft gray lounge furniture, dainty florals, and a stunnig piece for the escort card table. For the reception, we created. both high and low pieces with hints of gold, like our gorgeous tall stands, to offer... Read More


Lush Romance at Fort Washington Country Club

April 7, 2022 12:49 pm

Nico and Kennedy’s romantic wedding at the Fort Washington Country Club featured generous florals, elegant tabletop decor, and an airy ceremony space right on the golf course. We played with both rustic greens and browns and light, bright pinks and corals; earth tones provided a rich backdrop to the lighter colors. We used magnolia leaves in our designs as the backs of the leaves are a smooth medium brown, adding depth and dimension to the wedding arch, bridal bouquet, and centerpieces. Other tan and orange foliage and antique hydrangea added to the natural look. A wide runner of florals on either side of the ceremony aisle matched the lush arch, filled with antique and blush pink roses. Inside, tall centerpieces... Read More


So Many Orchids! at Lombardi House

January 25, 2022 4:44 pm

A chuppah truly feels like a canopy with lots of ruffles of orchids hanging from above, and that’s exactly what Talia and Jacob wanted for their Lombardi House celebration. The chuppah stood on chic mirrored legs for a modern accent, and we lined the aisle with more pretty white flowers. Taking place during the pandemic, this intimate and joyous event was a perfect example that bigger doesn’t mean better. What we focused on is adding volume where we could – like the lush and generous fringes of orchids on the chuppah, and an overflowing ceiling installation of even more orchids in the reception venue. Keeping the color scheme mostly white for a fresh, romantic look, we added touches of blush... Read More


Singular Style at Nobu Malibu

November 30, 2021 11:30 pm

This intimate celebration was packed with personalized, chic style. From the deconstructed wedding ‘arch’ to the overhead drifts of orchids and greenery, Jon and Valeria worked with us to create a one-of-a-kind event design at Nobu Malibu. The colors ranged from bright white to soft peach to a pretty blush. We used cherry blossoms, roses, and orchids to create a rich yet light look. Tons of orchids and greenery hung over the dining table, complementing the beachy blue-and-white china and blush-pink glassware. Classically composed clusters of roses and pillar candles also decorated the table top, with one rose tucked into each napkin. The rose wall added a fun backdrop to guests’ photos for a highly personalized touch to the wedding.... Read More


A Wedding Chuppah Like No Other at Empire Polo Field

November 3, 2021 1:51 am

An all-important element of wedding ceremony design, the chuppah provides symbolic shelter for a wedding couple, and a focal point for guests at the front of the aisle. Melissa and JL wanted something lush, rustic, and eye-popping. Utilizing greenery, white florals and whimsical branches of curly willow, we created a big-is-better chuppah that wowed guests and blended in perfectly with the beautiful grounds of the Empire Polo Field. The reception took place in a tent with sumptuous draping and more overflowing greenery. Pops of fresh white flowers aligned with the all-white draping and flooring, and the rustic chairs and sea-blue linens. Vintage-style globe lights hung within our custom ceiling installations of greenery. More greenery edged the stage, and even served... Read More


Las Vegas Luxury

May 30, 2020 1:18 am

Danielle and CJ’s wedding at Mandarin Oriental is a sophisticated celebration in classic whites. Delicate white florals, complimented by gold and clear accents, prove to be wedding details that will never go out of style.  For the ceremony, we created a three-arch design decorated with orchids, hydrangeas, and roses and adorned with a stunning crystal chandelier in the center. Two statement urn arrangements create a stunning entrance to the tall candelabras, cascading florals, and heavy candlelight that line the aisle way. A beautiful white runner is created from rose petals the length of the aisle. The reception, which was held in the very same space as the ceremony, was magically transformed into an elegant white ballroom complete with golden tables,... Read More


Bringing the Outside In at Beverly Hills Hotel

June 22, 2019 6:29 am

We love all things greenery. And, we love glamorous, elegant ballrooms. Some people think greenery and ballrooms don’t mix, but we beg to differ. For this wedding, we were able to bring the outside in – bringing in whole pepper trees, hanging greenery, and lining a glossy dance floor with even more greenery. And, it worked! See all the goodness of this gorgeous Beverly Hills Hotel wedding, below, in photos by Duke Images. Florals: Butterfly Floral and Event Design Event Planner + Consultant: Tessa Lyn Events Photographer: Duke Images Rentals: A Rental Connection and Revelry Event Designers Music: Bob Gail Special Events and Unite Entertainment Videography: Brand Videography Lighting Design: Honored Occasions Linens: Wildflower Linens Cake: Butter End Bakery


Light and Lavish Touches: Pink Wedding at Riviera Country Club

May 24, 2019 2:25 am

The ballroom at the Riviera Country Club has a decadent look – rich gold curtains, chandeliers, and sconces add a gilded feel to the room. We worked with light, pretty pink florals to add dimension and romance to the overall design of this classic, beautiful wedding. We combined ivory, bright pink, lavender, and antique pink roses with hydrangea for the reception florals, collecting charming small pieces down long tables and going for drama with tall, glamorous centerpieces for the round tables. The ceremony featured clusters of florals and eucalyptus greenery on the existing gazebo at the Riviera, adding texture and depth to the vows area. Ivory draping added a final sophisticated touch. Our favorite part of this wedding? The non-matching... Read More