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Save Me A Seat

Some fun and creative ideas for your Summer wedding seating cards! Thanks to our friends Elizabeth Ann Design, Luna and Chole Weddings, Martha Stewart Weddings, Style Me Pretty and Luxe Find

event pros laseating cards

GOT MILK? {Fabulous Moments Photo Shoot}

I love fabulous photo shoots and this one really scores high on the fabulous moments scale! This sweet and pretty photo shoot — oh! did I mention there are cookies involved?  Inspired by the idea of milk and cookies, the ladies behind  Love and Lavendar set out to create a farm fresh, rustic spread incorporating tons of tasty treats and we are loving the outcome. Be sure to head over to the gallery for even more of this lovely shoot captured to sweet perfection by Jonda Spurbeck.


Jonda Spurbeck   Love & Lavendar ,  Style Me Pretty 

Fun Filled Jars {Stuff To Do with Mason Jars}


{THOSE WHO INSPIRE US:, oh lovely day,,,,}

Spring Sorbet {Wedding Inspiration Board}

I love Spring! There are so many color options to choose from that sometimes the toughest decision for my brides to make is the color palate of their wedding. Working through some colors with a bride for a July wedding, I came up with this color palate for her. How much fun and yummy is this? Stay Fabulous. Be Inspired


2012 Wedding Trends {Here Comes the Bride Signs}

Being inspired by something new, fresh and that we haven’t all seem sometimes become a challenge. I came across this on Something Turquoise and fell in love. I love this new tradition of flower girls and ring bearer’s carrying ‘here comes the bride’ signs. So for those seeking new trends, below is a fabulous inspiration board for you. STAY FABULOUS. BE INSPIRED


cute boy + girl: uploaded pin // beach sign: our hobby to your home  // sign and silver flats:green wedding shoes // green banner: love and lavender // green pennant flag: Joseph Mark via The Ritzy Rose // two pale pink flower girls: max wanger // black banner sign: 1 bp blogspot // two boys with the wood sign: ashley maxwell // flower girl with flower crown: hudson photos // three ring bearers with burlap sign: stephanie reeder

A BOLD STATEMENT {Black+White Stripes}

It’s been a minute since my last blog as I’ve been keeping myself busy and out of trouble. Still, in my free time that is non-existent today, I still love to see what people dare and how edgy people go in order to create statements with colors, themes and patterns. I loved the bold statement of black and white stripes and from the round-up I put together, it actually works. What do you think?





Couture Events by Lottie , Inspiring Brides, Mini Moko, My Sweet and Saucy, Something Pretty, Wildflower Linens, Style me Pretty, Sweet Styling

Fabulous Moments – {Event Pros LA}


Thank you to Piece by Piece Cinematography  for their amazing work and catching fabulous moments at Event Pros LA weddings!

Art Deco Glamour Wedding {Joe+Stacey}

The black and white wedding theme hummed along for years and some thought it would never go away.  Occasionally, it dipped  just below the radar but as every planner knows, it never really left us – and its coming back up in a big way -this time with a 40s era Art Deco inspired wedding.

 1940’s evoke images of black and white movies with their dashing actors and stylish, elegant leading ladies This decade left behind fashion icons – sharp suits and fedoras for men, beautiful dresses and sexy yet very classy accessories for women.  It was a romantic era and it’s no wonder that Joe and Stacey,  the most “in love” couple this side of the hemisphere  adopted the 1940’s theme when they planned their big day.

The groom and groomsmen  dressed in black with accented red tie and wide -brimmed fedora hats to complete the high-fashioned era-inspired wedding which really added personality to the wedding. The bride’s romantic lace gown and her bridesmaids black knee-length dresses with 40s inspired hairdos were just another sweet touch to the oh-so-romantic wedding.

The traditional Jewish Wedding ceremony took place under the Chuppah overlooking the ocean with a breath-taking view of the Pacific Ocean for all the guests to enjoy.

The band played the best of the 40’s-60’s music throughout the night. The first dance which flowed with the theme was  “The Best is Yet to Come” by Michael Buble.  Everyone walked away feeling the love that night.

{Thank You’s}

Photographer: Mik Milman
Catering:  Silver Spoons Catering
Venue:  Rancho Sol Del Pacifico
Florists:  McCann Florist

A Modern Twist on Old Traditions {Rachie + Ellie}

When I first started working on Rachie & Ellie’s wedding in mid-April, I knew this wedding was going to be a truly unique and inspiring wedding. Not just because this was a modern Orthodox Jewish wedding taking place on a ranch or because of of the very short timeline I had to plan the wedding (the wedding was Aug 14), but because  my first meeting was with the father of the bride who hired me before I ever met the bride and groom and knew every small detail his daughter would love for her wedding. It was a first for me.

I’ve had the pleasure of coordinating many Jewish weddings. Orthodox Jewish weddings always take extra planning and attention to details as they have their own unique traditions and etiquettes which need to be followed closely by the direction of the family. This Orthodox wedding did have a modern flair to it because of the design elements and details that were incorporated into the wedding, which made it that much more unique. The bride and groom had a very hip style which made this wedding that much fun. Mixing modern ideas with old Jewish wedding traditions made this wedding truly inspiring to work on.

The bride had a passion for all things yellow and royal blue which we made sure were highlighted and accented throughout the wedding. This included the flowers, lemonade stand with blue and yellow vintage straws purchased on and custom vintage signs made by Magic Wand Weddings. We also found the groom’s strong love for Western music and made sure this was incorporated into their wedding memories by the amazing  photography of John Solano. The fabulous floral design was by none other that Sonny Alexander Florists in Los Angeles. Corey who helped work on the concept incorporated the bride’s yellow and blue color concept into all the center pieces. Tables had different design elements throughout which made it so appealing to the eye.

Change of shoes were for sure the highlight of the wedding. From satin sandals to cowboy boots for both the bride and groom to my favorite bubblegum colored platform Converse All-Star shoes to give the petite bride some height and comfort.

Decor included amazing 8 and 10ft spheres by Shape Events 
that were hung throughout the ballroom and illuminated in blue hughes and a 12ft sphere that overlooked the pond and illuminated the bride and groom’s name.

Be Inspired,


{Big Thank You’s} Nir at La Gondola Catering,  Darryl at BartimeCMC Party Rentals, Corey from Sonny Alexander Florists , Simcha Treats, the amazing John Solano Photography,  Yoni at Timeline Cinema, Magic Wand Printing, Shape Events

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