Inspiration for your road to the altar


Sharon and Ivan were married this past December in Los Angeles, in an understated but beautiful affair. To sum up the wedding, event coordinator Krista Cremidan of Nouveau Events said, “Their quiet personalities were reflected in the subdued and beautiful color pallete they chose, made up mainly of light pinks. The reception centerpieces were also simple and elegant bringing, a slight hint of color to the table tops. The reception colors were punched up at the after party where close friends and family mingled under a canopy of strung lights and glowing paper orb shaped lanterns. Tea lights lined the windowsills and added to the loungy laid back, yet hip feel.”

Photographer: onelove photography
Event Planner: Nouveau Events
Floral Designer: Vickie’s Flowers
Reception Venue: Helms Daylight Studio
Cinema and Video: All Because He Asked
DJ: Shine Entertainment
Ceremony Location: Wilshire United Methodist Church
Makeup Artist: Kelly Zhang Studio
Photo Booth Equipment: DG Events

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Alex and Xan (who actually also share a name, Alexander and Alexandra) are dancers who fell in love while they were studying their craft in school. They now own a dance company together and were married this October at a 19th century Country Club in Ohio. Xan decided to wear her mother’s wedding dress for the occasion, and the couple carefully choreographed the steps to their own first dance. The first dance was filled with numerous references to things in both families’ romantic pasts (for example, the fact that Xan’s grandparents met in a revolving door is referenced in a long slow circling around each other). I love all the playful images throughout their wedding day – truly such a lovely event.

Photographer: The Lovely Lens
Reception Venue & Caterer: Youngstown Country Club
Floral Designer: Bloomin Crazy
Bridesmaids Dresses: David’s Bridal
DJ: All Night DJs
Ceremony Location: St. Dominic’s Church
Jewelry: Alex Sepkus
Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Men’s Wearhouse

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Hello, friends! I hope you all had a great holiday break and are hopefully easing back into your normal routine a little better than I am (when the alarm went off this morning I think I could have genuinely shed a tear). But this gorgeous wedding from the talented Jason G is certainly making my morning easier. Katie and Scott were married this past August in a gorgeous outdoor ceremony. I really love it when couple’s choose decor that blends in with their natural environment, and Katie and Scott did just that.

Prior to their traditional ceremony, the couple opted to have a private Native American ceremony. You can see the images below. After their two ceremonies were completed they moved onto a gorgeous reception, complete with carved birch vases for the centerpieces. You can see even more images from the day on Jason’s blog.

Photography: Jason G
Event Planner: Bella Design & Planning
Venue: Keystone Ranch
Native American Ceremony Officiant: Leon Joseph Littlebird
Music: Great Time DJ