Many of the weddings we design host literally hundreds of people – huge events with lots of guests. But some of the smaller, more intimate affairs are just as innovative design-wise as our larger events. For this wedding of less than 75 guests, the couple wanted to add architectural designs to their florals, and we were happy to oblige, from the circle of roses behind the couple – that later accented the cake table – to the lush flower wall behind the sweetheart table. As always, we enjoyed working with the confident and capable Katie Lee from Bella Destinee, and photographer Andy Seo.
Gold chairs by Palace Party Rental vibed perfectly with the soft whites and ivories of the florals. The grand Langham served as a stunning backdrop to the wedding ceremony.
Our team used white hydrangea, roses, and orchids to form this perfect circle of florals for the wedding ceremony.
Clear acrylic pillars added a modern edge to the tall centerpieces at the beginning of the aisle.
Collections of tall and short arrangements, with gold and clear vessels, lined the long tables. Palace Party Rentals supplied the chic gold and ivory upholstered chairs.
The floral wall echoed the circle, with hundreds of white roses.
Luxe Linen provided the textured linens on the long tables and the napkins at each place setting.
Floral Design: Butterfly Floral Design
Planning: Bella Destinee
Venue: Langham Pasadena
Photography: Andy Seo
Linens and Napkins: Luxe Linen
Rentals: Palace Party Rentals
DJ: DJ Mike Padilla
Lighting: The Lighter Side
Harp Trio: Jane Ferruzo
Officiant: The Officiant Guy, Chris RobinsonTags: Gold and Ivory Wedding, Wedding Decor, Wedding Design, Wedding Flowers