While some weddings continue with a generic style, following conventions, this isn’t always the case. Here is an original celebration including numerous personal touches. Don’t miss out!
Lisa & Ed wanted their wedding to represent them, and be a faithful portrait of their personalities, and so they took to work to create their unique event. First, we will start with the style of the wedding. As the wedding was carried out in a garden in the open air, the bride opted for a short, strapless princess-style dress by Pronovias, with several small flowers embroidered on the skirt that added extra romanticism to her look. Her accessories included a veil that reached her waist and an accessory on the side of her head, richly decorated with diamanté flowers, which finished off her precious up-do. Her bouquet was composed of predominantly pink flowers with a few touches of ivory, in accordance with the groom’s boutonniere. He wore a dark grey suit.
The bridesmaids’ dresses added to the base colour of the wedding with their ruffled skirts and necklines that mimicked flower petals. Conversely, the gentlemen opted for dark suits and grey ties very similar to that of the groom. The children that accompanied the couple were equally as elegant… Both of them a real charm!
The ceremony in the garden featured lots of greenery on the walls behind the altar, adding extraordinary charm to them. Within the pink and floral theme, tones of ivory, mint and gold were also added to the décor. Custom details starred in every corner, for example slates with the schedule of the day written on them, the names of the bride and groom as well as those of their entourage. In addition, a piece of vintage furniture was placed at the altar and adorned with flowers in keeping with the tone of the wedding.
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The ambiance during the wedding feast continued with the romantic theme in a colour palette of pinks and gold. The High Table was draped in pink, with several flower arrangements taking centre stage. Strips of pink, ivory and beige ribbon hung over the guests’ tables, highlighting a “small path” in gold and white chevrons.
The stationary items, true to the style of the wedding, contained pastel colours in pink, mint and gold, similar to the menu and the cards that assigned table numbers to specific guests.
Flowers were evident in every detail, not only natural ones, but giant paper flowers also surrounded the wedding cake and dessert table. Similarly, flowers were responsible for giving the white cake its touch of colour and the texture of petals formed the detail on the icing.
Congratulations to Lisa & Ed! They managed to introduce very personal details to their wedding and so much romance. What do you think of the theme? Let us know!
Photography: Esther Sun | Dress: Pronovias | Shoes: Badgley Mischka | Bridesmaids Dreses: Max & Cleo | Coordinator: My Bride Story | Florist: | Invitationes: The First Snow | Wedding Cake: Sweet & Saucy shop | Hair & Make-up: Leann of Kelly Zhang | Groom´s Suit: J. Crew | Rentals: Luna Party Rentals | DJ & MC: Shine Entertainment | Location: SmogShoppe, Los Angeles, California |