Kari and Marvin {9.25.10}

OK...OK! I know I say this about every wedding and every couple, but this one was one of my favorites of 2010! Kari was such a pleasure to work with and was so easy going every step of the way. During our initial consultation, we discovered that we went to the same highschool and knew some of the same people. We had an instant rapport and her sense of style and personality made me instantly fall in love with her wedding vision.

Kari told me that she wanted to use latte and magenta as her colors so phalaenopsis orchids and magenta hydrangea came to mind. Also she wanted to keep things interesting so we came up with three different styles of centerpieces.

I loved how everything turned out. I am totally gushing at the photos that Quincy from Rock the Image sent me. They are AWESOME!

Check out more of Kari and Marvin's wedding photos on their blog here as well as some fun and crazy pictures of their guests here...what a fun bunch!!

Congrats Kari and Marvin!!



Valerie and David {9.11.10}

One of the most fun couples I've had the pleasure to work with were Valerie and David. I truly had a blast working with them becuase they were open to being unique and creative. They wanted to make their wedding day truly their own. I wish I had more photos to share with you of their urban zen centerpieces and of the chuppah that Valerie's brother helped them build, but for now here are some from Ed Pingol Photography. The photos show what a blast they had on their wedding day!
Congrats Valerie and David!


Darcie and Alex {9.19.10}

A dear friend Karen Pan from New Sunrise Events introduced me to Darcie and Alex. I remember meeting with them for the very first time at a cafe in downtown Campbell. They were the sweetest couple! When we met they didn't know what colors they would be having for their wedding so it made it tougher to talk flowers. As I learned more about them, I discovered that they went to colleges that both had navy and yellow school colors. I thought navy was a great color that wasn't overly used and it went well with a variety of colors, namely oranges and greens. We decided to go with burnt oranges and green which gave the flowers a slightly autumnal look but not too overdone.

Darcie and Alex had an intimate wedding at The Mountain Terrace. Here are some beautiful pictures from their photographer David Gene.

Congrats Darcie and Alex!



Jennier and Marc {9.5.10} Part II

Here are more pictures from Jen and Marc's wedding.

I designed Marc and Jen's invitation and a good friend of ours, Lana, letterpressed them on her very own C&P leterpress. Lana has since started a blog with some of her friends called Covet Collective. Check out their inspiration, finds, and covets here.

I forgot to mention that Jen is a hair and make-up artist. Here she is doing some last minute touch ups before walking down the aisle.

She also made the hair flowers she is wearing! Truly a woman of many talents...did I mention that she can put her legs behind her head!!! hahahah!


Jennifer and Marc {9.5.10)

It seems just like yesterday that my brother, Marc, was married to one of my dearest friends Jen. This post is way overdue, but I am delighted to get to share some of the pictures with you now.

Marc and Jen were married at Dolce Hayes Mansion where they were married in front of 300 guests comprised of friends and family from near and far. As Marc and Jen are the eldest children of their families, and Jen the first of her family to be married, it was really very special for both families.

I've got to say that Jen was honestly the easiest bride I've ever worked with. She only told me that her favorite flowers are carnations and that she didn't really care what other flowers I used. So, I decided to do two types of centerpieces. I went carnation crazy with one type and made a bunch of 15" red carnation balls that sat on top of trumpet vases filled with clear jelly balls.

The other type of centerpieces were of white hydrangea and roses with kiwi branches. Every table was named after a movie or show that Marc and Jen had seen togehter. Jen saved every ticket stub and they were pasted on to the backs of table name cards. We made small kissing balls with live wire coils for every table to hold up the cards.

Their escort cards were bubble bud vases that were also card holders. Carnations were placed in every bud vase.

They had a lovely wedding. But it was a tear jerker! I remember just about crying all night. Good times! Much love to Marc and Jen! Congrats!


Pam and Allen's Wedding Video Trailer {07.10.10}

Lately, I've found myself posting more wedding videos. I'm not sure if I just wasn't paying much attention to video before, or if I have a new love for them! I realize now just how important it is to have your wedding day captured both through still shots and in video motion. A beautifully done video can evoke emotion and bring back the memories of your joyous day and is a wonderful complement to photography.

An example of a beautifully done video is the one that Pam just shared with me of her wedding day, created by the talented Justin Fone of Justin Fone Productions.


{Videography} Justin Fone Productions
{Photographer} W Photography
{Hair & Makeup} Professional Makeup Artistry
{DJ} Spintronix
{Flowers} Tanjeeryn Designs


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