Show-stopping is one way to describe this lush floral aisle crafted by Flowerwild and beautiful is another. But it’s just the tip of the iceberg with this bright, colorful celebration planned by Twine Events. From the sea of twinkling lanterns to the blue hued tablescapes, dive into the prettiest party by the sea captured by Michael Radford along with a film by Robert Michael below.
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From the Bride… My favorite moment of the wedding was our first dance. We were in the middle of this surreal setting with hanging lights and lush flowers watching the sun set. It felt like this tiny little moment we were sharing together and then with all of our family and friends. Plus, despite forgetting to practice, we actually pulled off a twirl! I am over the moon at how our wedding turned out. I love how I was able to pick out my favorite things and Erica at Twine Events pulled it all together into a cohesive wedding that was beachy, silly, delicious, heartfelt and totally unique. It was a dream wedding and yet felt like such a great expression of me and my husband. Flowerwild went so above and beyond anything I could have ever imagined for the flowers and decor. And thank goodness for Michael Radford who managed to capture all of the big moments with emotional accuracy and all of the gorgeous details I definitely would have missed.
Photographer: Michael Radford Photography | Videography: Robert Michael Films | Event Planning and Design: Twine Events | Floral Design: Flowerwild | Wedding Dress: Des Kohan | Cake: Vanilla Bake Shop | Stationery : Jonathan Wright And Company | Caterer: Heirloom LA | Makeup: Kevianno Guerrero | Hair Stylist: Star Peterson at Shin | Lighting: Amber Event Production | Transportation: Chuck’s Parking | Guitarist: Molly Miller, Strings by Reiko | Music: THE FLASHDANCE | Photo Booth: Amuse Booth | Private Estate: Malibu Home | Rentals: Town And Country | Specialty Rentals: The Ark Event Rentals
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