The bouquets were designed by the fantastic team over at Nisie's Enchanted Florist. I am thrilled to be working with Nisie quite a bit in the coming year on some truly incredible weddings!
Christy's vintage Manolo's were a gem of a discovery at a store in LA. I always think when I stumble across finds like this when shopping that it is kismet at its finest.
Christy wore diamonds fit for a queen thanks to jewelry her (now) Mom-in-law bestowed upon her for the day
Simply radiant! I loved her hair piece designed by Twigs & Honey
The lovely couple after their first look
The ceremony was officiated by Reverend Clint Hufft, well-known for his involvement in the televised nuptuals of Trista and Ryan. I loved working with him, and was impressed that he completely personalizes to the bride and groom, each and every ceremony he performs.
Christy and Ted's place cards win for most creative; they are both librarians, and included the Library of Congress Classification System in their seating assignments. LOVED this!
Their guests definitely brought their dancing shoes
A special thanks to the following fabulous team:
Sarah K. Chen Photography
Thank God It’s Sofia (TGIS)
Succulent LA who created gorgeous all succulent centerpieces
Nisie's Enchanted Florist
Honored Occasions who provided the lovely ceiling swag and lighting
Reverend Clint Hufft
Marybeth Bagonghasa who beautified Christy
Ondine Chamber Ensemble
And of course, Hazel and the team at the Museum of Latin American Art