I feel pretty fortunate that most of our couples fall within the description "chill and easy-going". Rosy & Brad were no exception, and it might even be tough for anyone to challenge them for the top spot in this department! Which made planning and preparing for their day all the more fun and enjoyable!
Usually when a bride says she wants to create her own stationery, it is one thing I try to dissuade them from pursuing. Either that, or they quickly pass the baton once they start the process. But there was no need to wave red flags at Rosy as she maneuvered effortlessly around illustrator and successfully created all her stationery pieces! And not being satisfied with the jar options availablef for sand ceremonies, Rosy came up with her own, more personal keepsake container to use. (Did I mention Rosy is a FIDM grad and creatively gifted?!)
I'm honored that after seven years of dating, I was a part of the day that started their next phase as a couple! While we may not have the wedding to keep us messaging each other constantly, love that we still "check-in" via Instagram! And thanks to them, I now have a go-to local Japanese restaurant I can enjoy!!! :)
p.s. check out the photobomb by Rosy's neice! luv it!
Weather reports forecasted rain (which they actually weren't wrong about!) but things quickly cleared for the afternoon and it was a picture perfect ceremony for Jennee & Ben's wedding at the St. Regis Monarch Beach!
Guests enjoyed a beautiful sunset during cocktails before being escorted into the dinner reception, highlighted in romantic shades of purples, blues, and silvers. An amazing coursed dinner followed by lots of dancing, including some throwback music to the "vintage" era of the 90's, and late night snacks kept everyone happy till the last song of the night.
Jennee & Ben were seriously the most chill, easygoing, and efficient bride and groom... every planner's ideal couple (smile!) Which makes it even nicer that we now live only a few blocks away from each other!
** This post is in loving memory of Jennee's dog, who passed the day they were leaving for their honeymoon... the most sweetest chihuahua, who lovingly watched Jennee getting ready on her wedding day **
The Korea Food Foundation is an institution registered by the Korean government, created for the sole purpose of promoting and expanding Korean food. Definitely something I can appreciate!
We had the pleasure of collaborating with several amazing partners to launch the foundation's Los Angeles press dinner as a featured destination on their extensive global media campaign. Granted it was all about the food, but Mille Fiori and Wildflower Linens transformed the space into an elegantly modern dinner setting, using traditional Korean inspirations. While guests dined on fine Korean cuisine, their cultural experience was further enhanced by the custom details arranged by our fabulous team!