Tag Archive: Wedding Chuppah

A Romantic Hideaway at Hotel Bel-Air

December 29, 2022 1:39 pm

The Hotel Bel-Air is a legendary A-lister hideaway tucked into the hills of Los Angeles. Lauren and Blake wanted their guests to feel like they were in a lush and beautiful retreat. Their wedding took place at the hotel’s iconic outdoor locations – the lake, inhabited by graceful swans, and a lawn nestled among the hotel, where we hung swathes of greenery and flowers along a wood arbor. Along with twinkle lights that echoed a starry night, the feel was truly that of a magical getaway. The ceremony arch featured lots of greenery and pops of white flowers. In the reception space, we hung tons of ruscus greenery on the trellis over the head table and designed pink and white... Read More


Light and Airy Wedding by Mission Bay

December 13, 2022 10:47 am

MIssion Bay is a waterway in San Diego, a picturesque area perfect for weddings. Michelle and JR’s wedding ceremony was not only by this beautiful bay, thanks to the Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa And Marina – but their reception took place near another body of water: the pool area of a gorgeous private home! We complimented their venues with reflective clear features – like crystals hanging down an acrylic chuppah. We also wove in tons of white to create this light and airy wedding design. The ceremony featured the stunning chuppah, accented with not only lots of clear crystals, but a rich adornment of orchids along the top. Clear chiavari chairs perfectly complemented the acrylic chuppah. The reception featured... Read More


Natural Beauty at Saddlerock Ranch

October 12, 2022 2:32 pm

For many weddings, the wedding chuppah is the first thing guests see and presents an opportunity to make a big impact with wedding design. Most importantly, the chuppah is an important symbol of Jewish weddings. We try to make every chuppah special and unique, and for Nicole and Mateen’s Saddlrock Ranch wedding, we created a large, lush structure to shelter the couple and their family during their wedding vows. Tree trunks supported the chuppah, and each corner held full greenery and flowers; the chuppah looked as if it were created by four trees. We collected white wildflowers at the base of each ‘tree’.’ Natural florals lined the white catwalk aisle for a cohesive, organic look. We added gold accents to... Read More


Surprising Pops of Orange and Yellow at the Langham

September 1, 2022 4:12 pm

We love unexpected color combinations. For their elegant affair at the Langham Pasadena, Sarah and Matt wanted white florals and lots of greenery, but with pops of bright yellow and orange, too. We couldn’t wait to make this vibrant palette come to life. Sarah and Matt’s chuppah was one of the most unique we’ve ever created. We twined long strands of branches through drifts of fern and greenery, and added lots of white roses. Sprinkles of orange and yellow spray roses – spray roses are the smaller ‘cousins’ of standard-size roses – gave a cheerful vibrancy to the chuppah. In the ballroom, short and tall centerpieces featured the same base of loose greenery and and white flowers, with orange roses... Read More


Modern Luxury at Stone Mountain

July 19, 2022 12:54 pm

Los Angeles is known for its unique wedding venues, and Stone Mountain provides yet another one-of-a-kind space to celebrate. Tucked in the mountains near Malibu, this intimate space offers stunning views and a beautiful round stone helipad. Stone Mountain is perfect for smaller events, and often requires a ‘flip’ of the space from ceremony to reception, but Anna and Alexander wanted to have separate ceremony and reception spaces, so they covered the pool on property. We created a grand pink and ivory ceremony arch against crisp white drapery for a high-impact look with modern touches. The reception space took place on the round stone helipad, with sail-like drapery providing shade for guests. Tall centerpieces matching the ceremony florals carried through... Read More


Clouds of Baby’s Breath in Bel Air

April 19, 2022 5:59 pm

Our unique spin on this wedding truly had guests talking. Lauren and Robin married at a stunning Bel Air estate high above the city, and wanted to reflect this magical setting with a cool, elegant design with lots of baby’s breath and a Steel gray accent. The ceremony chuppah, decorated solely with baby’s breath, reflected the clouds above. The light airiness of the look was literally reflected by a glimmering mirrored ceremony aisle, and baby’s breath lined the aisle as well. The reception featured all gray furniture and chairs, and carpet too, for a chic monochromatic design. Collections of white flowers lined each long table, and tall baby’s breath centerpiece accented with clusters of white orchids towered above the round... Read More


Lush Sophistication at Monarch Beach

January 7, 2022 4:31 pm

Event designers think a lot about chairs. Yes, chairs. Back in the day, choices for seating for special events were few – as in, two types of chairs: folding and chiavari. Now, you have chameleon, Louis IV, Ghost chairs…the list goes on! This diverse array of colors and shapes in event chairs gives designers more elements to play with. For Alyson and Philip’s big day at Monarch Beach, we provided rich, textural white florals with touches of greenery to provide a pretty counterpoint to sleek, sophisticated black “Washington” and “Dior” chairs. Along with neutral linens and soft drapery, their wedding reception looked like a classy supper club. For the ceremony, we created a chuppah fitting of the breezy seaside lawn,... Read More


Classic Drama at a Private Estate

December 14, 2021 4:11 pm

A grand staircase. A chuppah fringed with wind-catching flowers. A manicured lawn with a stunning view. Private homes, like the estate where Natalie and Alen wed, offer unique opportunities to our creative team. The property featured wide expanses of lawn and landscaping, allowing us to build a grand chuppah with lengths of orchids to freely move with the breeze. Inside the property, the foyer staircase became the perfect first-look location; we lined the rail with a luxurious layer of white flowers, including roses and orchids. A generous urn piece of white roses stood directly under the house’s stunning chandelier for a picture-perfect start to the bride and groom’s big day. We accented the reception lawn, dressed with gold and white... Read More


Seaside Elegance at Ritz-Carlton Bacara

November 16, 2021 10:22 pm

Bright, pretty florals and a seaside backdrop gave April and Nathaniel’s wedding a breezy yet composed feel. We used delphinium, hydrangea, and roses throughout the wedding, with touches of baby’s breath to add movement and lightness to the look. The intimate ceremony featured a glossy white aisle and a classic arch framing the bride and groom. The arch, in all white, blended with the cool blue of the sea for a stunning backdrop to the wedding ceremony. Springlike florals lined the aisle. The reception featured chic white vases with classically styled collections of roses, ranunculus, hydrangeas, and occasional pops of orchids. Gold silverware, elegant menus, and etched glassware added the perfect finishing touches to the table decor. We love overflowing... Read More


Bright and Beautiful Estate Wedding

October 7, 2021 4:43 pm

Mother nature gives us so many hues to play with, and our clients Sanam and Yoav wanted a bold play of colors for their big day. Their wedding took place at a private home, giving us even more freedom to design a one-of-a-kind wedding.  The ceremony and reception were located in the same area to conserve space; we needed a stunning chuppah to serve as a focal point, and designed a gorgeous arch with thick greenery and coral, peach, and pink roses. A rustic aesthetic influenced the rest of the centerpieces, with sprays of greenery and foliage. Roses, hydrangea, lisianthus, even daisies and touches of fruit made appearances in an array of shades from bright yellow to red to blue. ... Read More