You couldn’t have wished for dreamier casting, set a more perfect stage, or asked for a better crowd. It’s your wedding. And the show must go on.
Go behind the seams for a frock at a fraction of the typical cost with sites hocking samples and new-to-you gowns. If the Claire Pettibone or Monique Lhuillier your heart desires isn’t on Dream Bridal LA, give Encore Bridal a whirl.
Get the word out. Playfully polished, local stationer Paperwink creates the sweetest suites. Elegant lace, retro modern, and homespun (invitation, reply, and detail cards all on one perforated sheet) are ready to roll but take special peek at custom painted portraits.
Bluebell in Fairyland
Your love has really blossomed. As has Peony & Plum. Susan Tom-Nellis started her floral design side project less than a year ago, but her fresh mix of new and traditional blooms (rose, cymbidium, and succulent bouquets! carnation pomanders! peony bracelets!) are positively pro.
Guys and Dolls
They don’t call it the bridal party for nothing. While your Maverick and his crew Top Gun out at Flightdeck, meet the girls at the Patisserie at The Bazaar for high tea. Slip in Friday-Sunday, 3-5 p.m., or book a private event anytime.
Smokey Joe’s Cafe
Impress even Champagne Charlie with Lucky Leaf Food. Creating market-driven menus that mesh with your favorite things, Natalie and Brian Wolff (who spend their days at Lucques and A.O.C., respectively) can start with savories, end with sweets, and handle every bite in between.
All That Jazz
Even if the big day goes by like a big blur, photographer Max Wanger will keep the right things in focus. Leave it to Paper Tape Films (the hip little sis of snazzy Fifty Foot Films) to capture it superbly on Super 8.
Now how about a round of applause?
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