Browse our collection of some of our favorite past events! From Santa Barbara to Del Mar, Palm Springs to Laguna Beach, and everything in between! These posts contain precious memories, incredible vendor work and gorgeous photos!
Small Weddings +
Small Weddings +
Small Weddings +
Kathleen + Brian stand out to us in every way—from their epic style, to the deep love they share, to their crew being truly so fun and enjoyable. Their wedding was one of the highlights of our 2021 and we knew right away that these two would be so much fun to plan for.
For being a 2019 wedding, I’d say Nicole & Joel knew how to set a trend and trusted us to create a wedding that would feel timeless by incorporating desert tones and florals that highlighted their beautiful Palm Springs venue while still adding in some fun textures (like those golden velvet chairs + black acrylic table numbers!).
For Amanda and Trenton, we created a timeless and romantic style with complimentary Mediterranean accents that worked cohesively with the architecture and decor at the Darlington House. We centered their color palette around the brick and shades of blue throughout the traditional Spanish tiling displayed around the property.
Nestled in the foothills of Santa Barbara, Klentner Ranch’s blossoming garden, lemon grove and European charm offered the perfect setting for Britney and John’s intimate garden wedding. The bride’s sweet love of lemon trees made it easy to fall in love with the venue.
With its lush landscape and architectural magic, The Santa Barbara Historical Museum was the perfect setting to bring our vision to life for this modern, whimsical design. Of the Flowers created the most incredible boho arrangements that provided a pop of color to the neutral surroundings.
We absolutely love collaborating with other talented vendors and for this editorial, we had a real dream team! The concept for this design was shared with us by Anna and Andrew at Dear Lovers. Having grown up in New Zealand, Anna had a vision to draw on her roots and create something that paid homage to her English heritage. This design revolves around an old world feel, romantic florals, and a warm color palette.
There are some couples who stand out to us as being true angels—as people who not only see us as their planners but who we feel truly valued by as people. Lauren and Michael are one of those couples. When I look back on their wedding planning process, it was filled with thoughtfulness, intention, and a true excitement to have everyone they love in San Diego—a city that was so meaningful to them and their love story.
When creating Phoebe and Alex’s mood board, it was important for us to prioritize their desire to have an overall low-key and intimate feel, while incorporating elements that tied into the 70’s contemporary design of their home. In formulating their design plan, we took a more minimalist, refined approach- focusing on a neutral color palette, lush blooms […]
I think Phoebe and Alex were ahead of the times when they reached out to us in late 2019 for their intimate, backyard wedding for 20 guests. At our first meeting, Phoebe and Alex invited us to their beautiful 70’s contemporary home where we were greeted by their sweet chocolate lab, Cooper. They had a vision to completely renovate […]
When creating Angeline and Jose’s mood board, a major design goal was to to curate a clean, modern aesthetic that tied in some boho touches and created a relaxed, laid back experience for their guests. For their color palette, we pulled a few different shades of ivory and tan, complimented by a rich terracotta hue and a couple muted warm pink shades to play off the peachy walls of Moniker Cocktail Co. We also added in a deep hunter green to contrast the warm, neutral tones.