Thursday, January 15th, 2015 | Leave A Comment

Film Opens Tomorrow – The Wedding Ringer, with Kevin Hart

We are so excited to see our work, this week, on the film, ‘The Wedding Ringer’.

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It stars Kevin Hart, People Magazine’s Comedy Star of The Year Award winner, with Josh Gad and Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting.

Doug Harris (Josh Gad) is a loveable but socially awkward groom-to-be with a problem: he has no best man. With less than two weeks to go until he marries the girl of his dreams (Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting), Doug is referred to Jimmy Callahan (Kevin Hart), owner and CEO of Best Man, Inc., a company that provides flattering best men for socially challenged guys in need. What ensues is a hilarious wedding charade as they try to pull off the big con, and an unexpected budding bromance between Doug and his fake best man Jimmy.

After viewing the trailer, we tried to match up some of the scenes to our photos. We can’t wait to see how our flowers support the funny story.

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When you make a film, you might not shoot it in chronological order.  Sometimes they film reception scenes before ceremony scenes depending on the shooting schedule

This is the start of a scene with Kevin Hart and Josh Gad seated in front of our flowers.

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We used Vendela and Cherry Brandy roses, and golden James Story orchids.

 

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This is a  typical 7 am call setting up this scene. On the stage large bandstand florals act as a backdrop for this following dance segment.

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This scene was filmed in the Marina Vista Ballroom at the Ritz Carlton, in Marina del Rey.

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The rehearsal dinner was filmed in the Bernardo Room at The Millennium Biltmore Hotel, downtown Los Angeles.

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This wedding was filmed on top of the Hollywood Athletic Club. Providing a city view of downtown L.A.

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While waiting for a scene to take a break, we can’t help looking over the rows of director’s chairs to view the monitors.

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The ballroom wedding reception scene was filmed in  the beautiful Crystal Ballroom at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel. Some of the florals were both fresh and silk flowers as it was being filmed for a series of days.

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Here is a shot of  Kevin Hart in front of our blooming planter boxes and large spray florals.

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The wedding ceremony scene was filmed in the beautiful Hollywood United Methodist Church.

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Here is a funny scene, outside the church with grandmother, Cloris Leachman.

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I want to thank everyone working on this job. It was a pleasure.

Dena Roth – Set Decorator

Kathy Orlando- Set Decorator and Buyer

Chris Cornwall- Production Designer

Troy Meyers –  Leadman

Thursday, January 8th, 2015 | Leave A Comment

Tessa Legato & Scott Chacon’s Gracious Pasadena Home Reception

 

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We really enjoyed working with this bride and her wonderful Pasadena family.

Tessa and Scott were married at the All Saints Episcopal Church in Old-Town Pasadena.  Tessa was not afraid of color and had a truly showstopping bouquet.

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The bride’s bouquet of ‘Cafe au Lait’ Dahlias, ‘Juliet’ David Austin Roses, seeded Eucalyptus, green millet, blackberries on the stem with a collar of Magnolia leaves.

 

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The gentlemen were assembled,  on their way to the church,at the Langhan Huntington Hotel.

 

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The ladies wore vibrant coral colored dresses with pale flowers to contrast Tessa’s vibrant bouquet

 

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The bridesmaid’s bouquets were composed of a collar of dusty miller surrounding Vendela, Geraldine, and Fiesta roses, Majolica Spray roses, seeded Eucalyptus and Echeveria ‘Lola’ succulents. The bouquets also featured a very special locally grown form of  Lavender pink Fuji mum.

 

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The church’s European architecture provided a magical fantasy setting.

 

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A shower of rose petals greeted the bride and groom as they left the church.

 

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After the ceremony, guests moved over to the family home a short drive away to enjoy a warm and wonderful evening under the stars.

 

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The plantation-style portico’s  front door was festooned with floral garlands. Drifts of rose petals lined the steps leading guests through the gracious home to the pool for appetizers and cocktails.

 

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The cake was decorated with candy rose petals in pale blush and ivory shades by Leslie at Fantasy Frostings.

 

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Long Cielo Blanco Tables were placed on the lawn and filled with vases of coral and melon colored dinner-plate dahlias, garden roses and other summer flowers.

 

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Apricots, Gala apples and clusters of shimmering mercury glass votives were scattered down the centers of the tables.

 

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In front of the dance floor, the Antique-style sweetheart table was adorned with a hand made Southern Magnolia garland.

 

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The thrilling surprise of the evening, the father of the bride announced that American Standards Crooner,Steve Tyrell was to sing for the  the father-daughter/mother-son dance.

 

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Dinner was enjoyed under the warm glow of the Fellini string lights and pale pink lanterns.

 

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The couple danced while the guests help fiery sparklers in a salute to this new couple.

 

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What a magical evening for this terrific couple.  We wish them and their families much happiness.

 

 

Leslie- Fantasy Frostings

John Ferdenzi-  Town and Country

Sara- Lead photographer,  onelove photography


 

Friday, December 26th, 2014 | Leave A Comment

Inspiration: Christmas 2014 – KOI TO THE WORLD

 

 

We want to thank our friends and clients for an amazing year.

 

We still have blogs to write from events this year, but we thought it would be fun to share a peek at what can inspire us personally.

 

Every year, after we complete all our clients holiday decor and parties, we create a  unique decor for ourselves for our home’s fireplace mantle.

Ricky has had many years experience as a Visual Director and he starts the creative process with a yearly theme. many times with a fun play on words. This year is,  ‘Koi To the World’.

 

As some of you may know, we have a beautiful Koi pond in front of our studio.

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It is a joy and wonder to watch the beautiful patterns and color combinations of the fish.

 

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Being in Los Angeles, the water lilies bloom 10 months of the year and their exotic beauty and fragrance is a focal point of the garden.

Watching the Koi is a very relaxing, meditative and stress reducing activity.

So, it is not just a play on words, but also a sentiment of a wishing everyone some stress relief and to enjoy the beauty around us.

 

You may ask how does that become a Christmas trim? I thought it might be fun to show you the process.

 

While I was taking photography lessons, one project was to photograph a single subject every week for a year. i chose the pond.

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As the weeks went by, I would experiment on trying to make the pond appear completely different  without Photoshop manipulation..

This one using a long exposure to appear impressionistic.

 

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Then the following week using reflection to appear surreal.

The pond has continued to be inspiring to us and this year is was for Christmas.

 

 

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While working on a client’s Christmas tree, with a ‘Olde time circus theme’, we festooned garlands of animal cracker cookies and hand-decorated ornaments.

 

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We printed photos of old posters and ornaments on metallic finished paper. Then we added details with glitter glue.

As we were making them,  I  thought this could be good for our Koi theme.

 

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Next we decided, rather than hand draw or copy images from the internet,  we would take photos of our own fish.

 

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Some of the Koi’s patterns were perfect for this project.

 

 

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We then cut and pasted them out of the photos on to a blank background.

 

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Then we used our regular computer printer to printed hundreds of  them on gold paper.

 

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After cutting each one out, we chose which details to accentuate using glitter glue.

While doing this, we had to come up with something to attach them to.

I thought we could always do a garland, but it might be fun to make a frame around the mirror above the fireplace to create a Koi Pond.

While flipping through the stacks of magazines arriving daily i saw these mosaic candle holders.  I really liked the iridescent glass that reminded me of fish scales.

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From this, we decided to make a frame with a fish scale finish and frost the mirror with Ice crystals for a frozen pond effect.

So instead of buying a frame, we made one out of an inexpensive cardboard tube form home depot. We cut the tubes in half lengthwise. These are more commonly used as a form for pouring concrete.

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To the left, you can see the frame after we cut it and painted it white.

After everyone went home from the studio that evening,  we cut out hundreds of pieces from an old plastic tarp in the shape of scales and painted each one.

After the scales were painted we glued them to the frame and glazed them with a luminescent violet-blue gold glaze.

The following afternoon, we went to work creating a exciting installation to our already eclectically decorated living room.

I hope you enjoy the time-lapse version.

So much faster like this.

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We added a garland of fresh Norfolk Island pine garland with little warm white lights and white snowflake lights around the frame. We then painted the side windows in a pattern found on a Japanese screen.

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In the center we added a wreath of fresh Norfolk Island pine which allowed the koi to jump out of the frozen water.

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We wish you a wonderful 2015 with much health, happiness, and creative energy.

All the Best! Brad and Ricky

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Thursday, December 11th, 2014 | Leave A Comment

Sophia& Seth at the Rancho Sol Del Pacifico in Malibu

We enjoyed creating flowers for this beautiful bride at the Malibu estate, Rancho Sol del Pacifico.

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Sophia asked us to create loose garden- picked bouquets.

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She carried cafe au lait dahlias, veronica, giant white cornflowers, white cymbidium orchids, green millet, with a dusty miller collar.

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The beautiful view of the Malibu mountains and the ocean was a beautiful back drop for this romantic wedding

 

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The brides maids carried bouquets of garden rose,’Agusta Luise’, peach Hypericum, Thistle with dusty miller collars.

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The beige organza domed canopy over looking the Pacific ocean was accented by a crystal chandelier.

 

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After the cocktail hour, guests moved into the the romantic courtyard for dinner and dancing under the lights and stars.

Wedding Planner – Samantha Scott

Photography – Susan Bond-  www.bondsphotography.com

 

Thursday, December 4th, 2014 | Leave A Comment

Jordan and Ryan’s “Over the Moon” Vintage Wedding

 

 

What a treat is was to design a wedding Incorporation his bride and groom’s fun and quirky personalities .

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This wedding had a metallic vintage moon vibe.

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The brides maids carried golden glitter crescent moons sitting in a cloud of babies’ breath, while the flower girls had golden and silver stars.

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The bride carried a beautiful bouquet of white peonies, China mums, white ranunculus, feverfew, Queen Anne’s Lace, dusty miller and variegated tree ivy.

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We created for them a suspended canopy of diaphanous fabric with baby’s breath garlands trailing to the floor.

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The fabric had a frayed edge trim that contrasted beautifully with the delicate babies breath.

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Everyone celebrated bt throwing flower petals over the lucky couple.

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The couple found a few minutes  to sneak over to Factor’s Deli for a few classic cool shots.

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We just love the vintage quality of this image.

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We festooned the ceiling with garlands of ribbons and lights with large paper lanterns.

 

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The tables were filled with collections of garden flowers in gold glass vases surrounded by clusters of shimmering mercury glass votives.

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We wish this lovely couple much laughter and happiness.

 

 

 

 

 

Stephanie  SDK Photo & Design www.sdkphoto.com

Printed Materials: Poppyflower pr

Wedding coordinator Allison Kuperberg of Sullivan Street Events

Lindsay Schwartz - The Mark for Events

 

Thursday, November 20th, 2014 | Leave A Comment

JoAnna & George at the Four Seasons Westlake

 

 

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We recently created florals for this beautiful wedding at the Four Seasons Hotel in Westlake Village.

 

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The gorgeous bridal bouquet included garden roses Eden, Sweet Avalanche and Polar Star with Duchesse de Nemours Peonies. The only greenery in the bouquet was a collar of Lemon Lime, Maranta Marisela foliage.

 

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The brides maids carried  bouquets of ‘Bombay Pink’ Celosia, Majolica spray roses, Topaz and Faith rose, Pink dis-bud spider mums, Maranta leaves and loops of variegated Japanese lily grass.

 

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The grooms boutonniere was a double Dendrobiun with an accent of Hypericum, seeded Eucalyptus and loops of variegated Japanese lily grass.

 

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The aisle was designed in whimsical curves and ombre  flower shapes winding down the aisle.

 

 

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The bridal party was led through the gorgeous floral carpet to the wedding canopy was loaded with Dendrobium orchids and clusters of pink roses.

 

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The ring bearers brought the little flower girl down the aisle in a custom painted pink wagon.

 

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The flower girl was prepared with her Pink Flash Spray rose Pomander with matching Barbie flower girl.

 

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Rose filled fabric covered planter boxes lined the beautiful petal covered aisle.

 

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Along the back of the canopy, we created a curtain of  dripping crystals and frosted disk garlands. Lime green hanging Amaranthus and Dendrobium orchids accented the drape

 

 

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After cocktails, the guests were led into the dramatic chandelier filled ballroom.

 

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The sweetheart table was placed in between the cake table and the glossy white round dance floor.

 

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We made three different styles of centerpieces.  We selected White and Lemonade Hydrangeas, Faith and Vendela roses and Cafe au lait Dahlias for this beautiful tall vase arrangement.

 

 

 

 

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Our sleek crystal candelabras were adorned crystal garlands to give it that little extra “Bling”.  We combined Hawaiian Dendrobium Orchids, cascading Lime green Amaranthus   with Faith and Vendela roses.

 

 

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The tables were beautifully dressed featuring gold dusted white chocolate menus.

 

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The towering cake  seemed to float over a bed of open roses on our raised glass cake table.

Last week, My Hotel Wedding Blog Featured this wedding with many more photos.   My Hotel Wedding 

Photographer -Embrace Life Photography

Wedding Producer – Laurel & Party Events

Hotel – Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village 

Linens –  Glow Concepts

Thursday, November 6th, 2014 | Leave A Comment

Rachel and David Wedding at  Paramount Ranch

Our bride had the advantage of working on many weddings for renowned wedding photographer, Susan Bordelon.

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Rachel came to us with a clear idea of what she wanted, and let us run with it.  Rachel requested a color scheme of matte grey, white and deep red with a yellow accent.

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The bride carried white peonies, Blushing Bride Protea, rock quartz crystals and for the first time ever, spiraling silver grey leaves of the Tillansia xerographica.

 

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The groom’s boutonniere was silver grey thistle wrapped in silk cording.

 

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Owning a lapidary business in Minnesota, Rachel’s Parents sent her the rock quartz crystal, Hematite and Jasper  stones used in the wedding. When I saw the metallic pewter color Hematite, I knew that we would have fun creating bouquets out of succulents, berries and stones.

 

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The ceremony took place under the shade of a giant Coast Live Oak at the Paramount Ranch.

 

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The Paramount Ranch was purchased in the 1920’s by Paramount studios and provides amazing backdrops for wedding photos.

 

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This location has hosted a veritable who’s who of Hollywood including director Cecil B. Demille and actors Bob Hope, Gary Cooper and Claudette Colbert.   From 1992 to 1997, Paramount Ranch was used as the setting for the television show, Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman.

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Everywhere you looked, the surroundings made you believe that you stepped into a western film.  Escort cards were displayed in front of the saloon windows.

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The reception took place in a big barn providing authentic ambiance for the rustic fantasy evening.

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Vintage lace runners were laid donw the center of these natural wood plank tables.  Banana leaf plates and bamboo flatware were the perfect complements to this rustic elegant wedding.

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Rock Quartz crystals swirled around the vintage silver and grey painted bottles.

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Romantic swagged Tivoli lights created a warm glowing ambiance.  The centerpiece vases were filled with white China mums, bachelor buttons, deep red Gerberas and yellow Craspedia. Succulents, gardenias, and white selenite candle holders were clustered around the vases.

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After a fantastic reception the bride and groom drove away in their vintage car.

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Susan Bordelon- Susan Bordelon photography

Venue- Paramount Ranch

Thursday, October 23rd, 2014 | Leave A Comment

Crissy & Mike’s Magical Bel Air Wedding

For us, this was a dream wedding. A bride with an interesting vision, an amazing family, and a great team to pull it all off.

Two years ago we created a beautiful wedding for Crissy’s sister Nicole at the Montage Hotel in Beverly Hills.  Naturally, Crissy didn’t want to do the same wedding again.  We were delighted with her completely different design aesthetic. Crissy had adjectives I had never heard used when describing the vibe of the decor. She used the words, whimsical elegant swamp plantation. This was really exciting for us.

Crissy really stressed that interesting texture was more important to her, rather than a classic rose bouquet. We created a bouquet using Green Eye roses, Blushing Bride protea, balloon-like  Asclepias physocarpa, silver Leucadendron, Japanese Pteris, Millet, Dianthus green ball, Green hydrangea, Ornithogalum, Japanese lily grass and Maranta foliage.

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Crissy isn’t the only bride with history attached to her family’s home. On April 29th, 1930, Irene Mayer, daughter of Hollywood legend Louis B. Mayer, married her fiancé David Selznick, and in true Hollywood fashion Mr. Mayer gave Irene her choice of any house as a wedding gift. Soon after Irene chose the same Wallace Neff  Normandy estate now owned by Crissy’s family.

Guests were greeted by a floating Champagne tower inviting guests to a magical evening.

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The beautiful lanterns were festooned with garlands of antique hydrangea, magnolia, huckleberry, lemon leaf , hanging Amaranthus and fresh Spanish moss.

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The escort cards were laid out on a bed of  fresh Oregon forest mosses accented with mushroom covered bark and Spanish Moss.

 

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To accommodate the cocktail hour in the rolling front yard, over 10,000 square feet of custom wood decking was built just for the day.

 

After the cocktail hour, guests were led through the house past a stunning staircase swagged with  magnolia and rose garlands to a wooden plank path underneath a giant Coral Flame tree.

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The swimming pool area had been transformed into the ceremony area with hundreds of teardrop hanging votives suspended from the trees.

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The wedding canopy was created by four sculptural sandblasted Mansanita trees. The trees formed a base for thousands of handmade Sola wood flowers carved into the shape of wisteria, one of Crissy’s favorite flowers. Months before, we commissioned a artisan factory in India to create these floral shapes not available in Los Angeles. These flowers were packed in a container and shipped to Los Angeles arriving just in time for this wedding. Thick garlands of  antique hydrangea, white roses and sola wood flowers wove their way up the base tree trunks. The riser was veneered with weathered Travertine with moss in the joints to look as if it were always there. It’s hard to believe, the week before this site was a beautiful formal swimming pool.

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After the ceremony, guests were led down a flight of stone steps to the beautifully landscaped tennis court garden. We created an entry of living “draperies” from fresh hop vines topped with a valence of Sola wood Anemones. Many of you might know that hops are used in the making of beer. They also make  fantastic organic curtains.

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The surrounding manicured French landscape led to the feeling of being in a secret garden. As the sun set, the almost invisible tent structure supported giant grapevine lighted spheres. Spanish moss and Sola wood chandeliers, eclectically placed Edison bulbs and Tivoli lights to create a magical glowing ceiling.

The eclectic tables were glowing in candlelight as the evening progressed. Assorted chairs and different patterns of china were randomly placed around the table. Vendela roses, gardenias, green hydrangeas, cotton bols, and reindeer moss dripped over the sandblasted grapevine trunks.

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Organic Spanish moss and Sola wood chandeliers framed the black and white checked dance floor with a view of the sweetheart table and the cake table.

The opulent sweetheart table was draped with a thick garland of antique hydrangeas, clusters of cotton bols,Vendela roses, gardenias and hanging amaranths draping down to the floor.

 

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We created this pavéd foliage and flower table cloth for the fabulous nude cake, baked by Fantasy Frostings. They are the same baker that made celebrity, Hilary Duff’s cake at her wedding. This is a difficult style to do well as the baker can not cover any mistakes with frosting. We used Variegated Hosta leaves, Galax leaves, Maranta leaves, reindeer moss and white ranunculus.

It was truly a magical evening. In photographer Docuvitae’s blog on our wedding they stated so beautifully, “The guests were transported into a perfectly imperfect wonderland of light, texture and beauty.”

Photographer: Docuvitae

Coordinator: Samantha Scott Events

Cake: Fantasy Frostings

Catering: The Kitchen for Exploring Food

Additional detail photography: Tracey Landworth

 

 

Thursday, October 16th, 2014 | Leave A Comment

Wedding for Taryn & Matt at Geoffrey’s in Malibu

We recently created florals for this beautiful intimate wedding at Geoffrey’s in Malibu.

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It’s not often a restaurant like Geoffrey’s allows a buyout for a special event.

While we were setting up the flowers, we overheard the hostess informing a number of  “A-listers”  that they were closed for the evening.

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The light and breezy canopy overlooked the ocean creating a beautiful backdrop for the ceremony. We designed a brown bamboo structure draped in natural gauzy fabric. Plumeria flown in from Hawaii, orchids and smilax were loosely draped over the frame.

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After the ceremony, guests moved to the veranda for cocktails. Geoffrey’s cocktail tables are all designed to look like custom surfboards.

In heavy glass sham vases we arranged ranunculus, scented geraniums, Iceburg roses and herbs.

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Each dining table table had a different variation of the centerpiece.

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We used combinations of bleached driftwood, rustic carved wood bowls, clusters of green grapes, mercury and bubble glass votives,  pearlized sea shells, open cream roses, succulents, herbs and gardenias.

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The place card was tied with twine to a sprig of rosemary and a single Plumeria, or also known as  Frangapani.

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The table under the canopy for the ceremony became the sweetheart table.

As the sun set the restaurant became a magical glow of candlelight and music.

 

 

Wedding Coordinator: – Samantha Scott – Samantha Scott Events 

Venue: Geoffreys Malibu

Friday, September 26th, 2014 | Leave A Comment

Variety and Women in Film’s Annual Pre-Emmy Celebration at Gracias Madre

 

Firstly, we would like to like to say, thank you for supporting our blog.  As of this date, we have shared 100 blog entries with you.

We have a lot of exciting parties and weddings we have been wanting to share with you. Now, is the time to catch up.

We recently created florals for Variety and Women in Film’s Annual Pre-Emmy Celebration at Gracias Madre in West Hollywood.

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Our friends at Variety, gave us the inspiration for the party and we had fun filing the beautiful restaurant with glorious color.

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This star studded evening was attended by  so many talented actors, the beautiful Angela Bassett, Tracee Ellis Ross, and Kerry Washington  ——–

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The corner of the beautiful tiled bar created a focal point for the two-tone Cherry Brandy roses, orange dahlias, orange marigolds, Teddy Bear Sunflowers, zinnias and bromeliad floral spikes filled the re-purposed Mexican chili cans.

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The courtyard was laid out with seating areas under the ancient olive trees that had been recently planted in this former parking lot turned gracious dining patio.

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The entire courtyard had been branded with Variety’s logo including the frosted mirrors.

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This party was the perfect event to introduce our fantastic new orange lanterns lining the valet area.

We found it amusing to see posts of a few of our favorite stars on their way to their limos. To get a paparazzi view of our party, check out the videos below.

Michelle Dockery, best known for her role as Lady Mary Crawley in the ITV drama series Downton Abbey, for which she has been nominated for three consecutive Emmy Awards and a Golden Globe Award was seen leaving the party.

The lovely, Lea Michele, known for her performance as Rachel Berry on Fox television series Glee,  was charming, even to the paparazzi!

It was such fun to get a glimpse of the famous guests that enjoyed the beautiful environments we have created.