A beautiful day for a spring wedding at the Darlington House! Black chargers added a touch of sophistication to the pink and white tables accenting the simple centerpieces.
The La Jolla Woman’s Club is a spanish style historical site just blocks from the water and downtown strip. The outer grounds provide space for the ceremony and cocktail hour and the indoor space is just perfect for a reception. This reception had a vintage touch with calla lilies on the tables and simple ivory linens to compliment the already beautiful interior. The most unique wedding cake I have seen yet – a “cheese” cake! Look closely and you can see that it is actually wheels of cheese stacked in tiers, which was cut and served to guests as a cheese course after the meal. Truly exceptional!
The San Diego weather was beautiful for this outdoor reception at the Quail Botanical Gardens in Encinitas. The couple combined banquet tables with rounds to add interest to the space. As the sun went down, the gardens lit up with twinkle lights accenting the gazebo and beautiful foliage surrounding the reception area.
A beautiful wedding and reception at the Water Conservation Garden located at Cuyamaca College in El Cajon. Organza panels were hung as a backdrop for the bride and groom, and the light wind gave them motion for a magical ceremony.
What can be more personal than a wedding and reception at your own home? This garden style reception was hosted at a beautiful Mt. Helix home. The yard area was accented with twinkle lights, DIY centerpieces, and a personal succulent for each guest to take home as a thank you from the bride and groom. My favorite is the lime centerpiece featured at the bar – so simple, yet such an impact on style and color.
The beautiful fountain in the center of the courtyard set the focal point for this reception. The tables surrounding the fountain boasted pink sugar rimmed champagne glasses for the toast, and the guests danced on a black and white checked dance floor.
The McMillin event center at NTC Promenade sets the background for this fall wedding with a western touch. Each placesetting was graced with a horseshoe for luck and the walls were highlighted with a custom gobo featuring the bride and groom’s names. The main feature of the room were the beautiful centerpieces, designed and assembled by the mother of the bride.
The Museum of Photographic Arts sets a simple contemporary background for this wedding with an organic feel. My favorite part – the olivino lamour napkins provided a nice pop for the tables, as well as a little shine.
Starting with chic lounge furniture and cigars on the patio for cocktail hour all the way to a gourmet dessert bar at the end of the night, safe to say Shelia and Edwin’s guests got everything they could hope for and more. Adding a coffee bar for their guests to have made-to-order lattes and esspresso, and a candy bar, there were a lot of special touches.