And for an added touch, she had her bouquet adorned with photos of family member's who have passed on so they would be with her in spirit.
The too cute flower girls are the neice of the bride and groom and the daughter of bridesmaid and longtime friend of the bride.
Ceremony begins...more ribbon from Moskatels adorning the candles down the aisle.
Another suggestion was to get a group photo of EVERYONE at the wedding. The guest count was close to 60 which makes it duable. We walked across the street to the steps of City Hall in Pasadena for this photo.
Instead of paying extra money for decorations for the bride and groom's table, we just used the bouquets of the bridesmaids and the bride to adorn the top of the sweetheart table. I also added a gold charger at each of their place settings.
to the dragonflies which adorned the top of the cake which I created specially for the bride and groom through my jewelry design company It's All Twisted.
The centerpieces were simple and chic. Three glass cylinders of different heights. One with rocks, one with a submerged flower, and one with just water. Then a candle floats in each one to add a glow to the room. All rentals and linens were provided by Dolphin Rentals in Pasadena.
To give the hall at the church a more outdoorsy and elegant look ficus trees and ferns were rented from Armstrong Garden Center in Pasadena. This isn't something all Armstrong's do, but talk to the manager at the one in Pasadena. They initially charge you full price but you get back 80% once the items are returned and you are not charged sales tax.
And they're off through a sea of bubbles for a relaxing night at the Langham. Tessa & Steven, thank you for letting me be a part of your special day. It's an honor to call you friends.