Tag Archive: Langham Pasadena

Modern Art at the Langham Pasdena

June 18, 2024 12:05 pm

When a couple’s wedding looks more like modern art, you have a singular, one-of-a-kind affair no one will forget! Rana and Babak wanted their decor to be polished and sculptural, and we delivered, creating orbs of green and white florals to border their ceremony aisle and decorate their sofreh with super-cool style. With perfect precision, we laid out the orbs in a variegated, concise pattern all along the ceremony space. From overhead, it looks like an upscale garden filled with modern art! The round motif continued in the ballroom, with green apples at every place setting, and small centerpieces with more precise curves. But we did lean into lushness, as well, with overflowing florals of roses and baby’s breath cascading... Read More


Vivid Pops of Color at Langham Pasadena

July 4, 2023 2:37 pm

For this wedding, we got bold! Splashes of pink, orange, coral, and purples blended together in an eye popping design. Olivia and Ari wanted to observe Jewish traditions with a very unique, fun flair, and we dove right into the challenge. The couple chose a black and white harlequin-style pattern for their aisle, emboldened by black ceremony chairs. We provided a high-impact counterpoint to the black with pops of orange, pink, and red flowers along the aisle. The chuppah continued the color theme with a generous application of these shades in a color-block arrangement. Another incredibly cool touch: Inna’s sketch of the ceremony area was featured on the cover of their ceremony program! Our sketches can serve as beloved mementos... Read More


Daring Drama at the Langham

November 23, 2021 8:28 pm

Lillian and Isaac didn’t want a soft, subtle palette for their wedding – instead they asked for a bold and daring look with this combination of vivid reds, purples, and pinks, and eye-catching accents of pampas grass. This intensified color palette fit perfectly into the Langham Pasadena ballroom, with its gorgeous chandeliers and arched ceiling. The chuppah stretched the entire stage, flanked with amaranthus, roses, and various greenery. The mirrored legs of the chuppah allowed the colors to pop on their own. We used antique-style metal pedestals and vases for the reception pieces, and bridged long tables with stunning overhead arrangements of roses, hydrangea, and pepper tree. We’re so grateful to the bride and groom for collaborating with us on... Read More