Friday, August 31, 2007

A Splash of a Wedding

On August 18th, a beautiful thing happened in the backyard of Mindy & Dave. They shared vows and joined their lives together in the place most personal to them: their home. They envisioned having an elegant dinner with all of their friends and family at one long table around their pool to celebrate their big day and it turned out to be a beautiful and intimate evening.

The day was full of personal details: The caterer, La Betolla (in Fullerton), was a family friend and the couple also had their first date at the restaurant. Marianne of Studio Lozano, who took the incredible photos below, got some incredible photos at the spot where Dave proposed. A family friend officiated and guests were encouraged to bring their children and the reception turned into a large pool party after dinner.

This was a fun night for us as well as Jordan, one of our associates, did an incredible job at her first solo event. Way to go Jordan!

We had such a great time working with Mindy & Dave- they are such a sweet couple and we wish them a lifetime of happiness together! It is such an honor to be a part of a celebration so personal. Thank you for allowing us to help you bring it to life.

Here are some glimpses of their celebration:

The bride & groom:

Megan of Classic Party Rentals is a rockstar and did an incredible job helping us put this wedding together. Here are some photos of the table set-up:

Flowers by Alyssa's Flowers. Mindy purchased the table runners at Pottery barn. All other rentals provided by Classic. Staffing by Olson Bartending.

Alyssa also did a beautiful job of decorating the area of the backyard where Dave & Mindy were married. Simple & elegant: I love it! Dave worked very hard to light up their backyard- he spent days hanging lights over the pool and weaving them through their landscaping. It turned out beautifully!

The beautiful cake by Great Dane Baking Co:

And the super fun groom's cake, also by Great Dane:

You can check out more photos on Marianne's blog.

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