Costa Mesa California Wedding
You are getting married and want a wedding. However, you want it on a small scale but you don't want to sacrifice the splendor. When Alex and Lily got married in Costa Mesa, California, they had an intimate wedding but it was still very elaborate. Lily was stunning in her Vera Wang strapless gown. The train was so amazing. She looked absolutely spectacular. She wore her hair in a lose bun behind her head. Her jewelry selection was perfect for the affect that they wanted to convey. She wore pearls and simple earrings. Her bouquet did not have lots of colorful flowers. They were only white. The flower petals matched the skirt of her gown. For his classic look, Alex wore a gray Balenciaga tuxedo that was quite stylish with its black lapels. He wore a black bow tie that matched his lapels. He wore a white boutonniere. Alex and Lily tied the knot at the Noguchi Garden. Even though they were only having 55 guests, they wanted a classic yet elegant wedding. They were able to accomplish this by the venue choice, their wedding colors and even the selection of the flowers. Each aspect helped make their intimate affair spectacular. Their color theme was black and white and they also included a bit of gray. They also used peonies instead of roses because peonies are a classic flower that is not as popular as the rose. The bridal party was completed with the bridesmaids and groomsmen. The bridesmaids wore short off white dresses with black belts. The groomsmen wore all black tuxedos with black bow ties. The bouquets for the bridesmaids had just a splash of pale pink flowers mixed with the white ones. It was a very classic look. After the wedding, they had their reception at Mastro's Steakhouse. It happens to be right next door to the garden where the wedding took place. The classic elegant theme was carried into the reception as well. The tables had white tablecloths. The centerpieces had arrangements that were similar to the bouquets of the bridesmaids. They were in crystal vases. It was very elegant. The wedding cake was also had flair. It was unusual since the layers were square. They were decorated with black and gray ribbon to blend in with the color theme for the wedding. The topper was flowers that matched the ones in the centerpieces. Alex and Lily proved that small does not mean simple. You can have an elaborate affair and yet have it intimate. If you want a wedding that is intimate but still elegant, it can be done. You just need to make sure that you pick the right venue and plan each aspect of your day so that it is cohesive.
Photography by: Lane Dittoe Coordinator: Skybox Event Productions Ceremony/Reception Site: Mastro's Steakhouse Hair & Makeup: Chiali Meng Videographer: Alumiq Florist: LV Floral Events Lighting & Dance Floor: TMMPRO DJ/MC: Zuno Productions Harpist: Tomoko Sato Officiant: Kai Chang Cake: Final Touch Bakery Invitations: I Do Concepts Linens: Designer Specialty Linens