Talk about a splash of color! We have one colorful wedding at the Fig House in Los Angeles to share with you!
I met Jennie, the bride, several times during different wedding events prior to working with her to plan her own, and I can say that working on this couple’s wedding is a planner’s dream. When we first talked about Jennie and Derek’s wedding design and concept, the couple admittedly declared a few MUST HAVES to the perfect wedding: good food, loads of alcohol and elements of fun! Those must haves were seriouslyelements to a very memorable party. The best thing about Jennie and Derek’s entire wedding planning process was the absolute trust the couple took by hiring us on to be their full service wedding planner. I mean, what couple would have allowed their wedding planner to choose everything for them, including the colors, concept and details. Right when the couple gave me the green light I immediately began brainstorming about all thethings we could incorporate to make this wedding unique and different.
We started off setting the palette that complimented the venue’s teal walls and beautifully stained glass windows. We enlisted graphic designer, Lani Choi, to work on Jennie and Derek’s stationery design. Boy did we come up with some fun invites! We created long and skinny invitations with complimenting pieces in unique geometric shapes to fit in with the hexagon tables and the custom ceremony “arch” created just for their wedding ceremony. It was something that we had never done and it was absolutely spectacular.
The guests were invited into the cocktail hour area with huge mirrors that were in place at the venue reading “A Good Story Never Started With a Salad.” This was the beginning of a lot of alcohol as the couple requested. “Hangover kits” were created as the guest’s escort cards, with items the couple craved and wanted if they were hungover. The dinner reception was catered by M Grill Brazilian BBQ. Think of sizzling swords of meat being carved directly at the guest’s tables. When the guests were done eating, they just flipped over their custom BBQ tags to “FULL CAPACITY.”
Jennie and Derek, what can I say? You two wanted to make sure your guests had a very FUN time at the wedding, and they definitely got just that. It was truly an honor for you two to trust me to make the decisions for your wedding–THANK YOU! I loved everything about your wedding, dress, food… I could go on and on. Thank you again and miss you both!
Check out the couple’s wedding featured on Ruffled Blog HERE!
Thank you to Christine Farah for rocking it with these photos!
The TEAM that made this wedding possible:
Wedding Planning, Design and Coordination: CCL Weddings & Events
Venue: Fig House
Catering: M Grill
Photography: Christine Farah Photography
Hair and Makeup: Kelly Zhang
Stationery Design: Lani Choi
Florist: The Vine’s Leaf
Cake: Merely Sweets
Kettle Corn: PopGram
DJ: Friend of the Couple
Rentals: Town & Country
Dress: Monique Lhullier