Happy Fri-yay!

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Photograph by Kaboo Vang Photography

I’m¬†absolutely giddy over our upcoming wedding spotlight next week. The photo above is just a small taste of what’s to come… You guys, it is so, so good. I promise. ¬†Until then, let me leave you with a few links to get you through the weekend!

From the 1920’s to today, wedding dress¬†trends¬†throughout the years!
Engagement season is coming!
Tying the knot around the spookiest day of the year? These chic ideas¬†are to die for…

Plus, three past posts you may have missed:
* Vendor Spotlight: Kaboo Vang photography
*¬†Alyssa and Scott’s Glam Hollywood Affair
* 5 ideas for your something blue

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Wedding Spotlight: Crystal and Lee

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Crystal and Lee’s wedding reception!¬†I imagine it’s like jumping into a big frothy pile of cotton candy. ¬†(Wait until you see the cake!) All the lovely details from the bride¬†are highlighted beautifully thanks to¬†Ari Simphoukham’s wonderful photographs. Thanks so much to Ari for sharing their photographs.

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From the Bride:¬†Our ceremony was a traditional Catholic Wedding held at The Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament. Our reception was a tented garden reception with a soft-romantic style incorporating sprinkles of a travel theme to the tables and seating chart (places we’ve¬†visited together), as well as lawn games, a hosted bar, a dessert buffet and a cigar bar to entertain our guests.¬†Lee and I¬†met while dancing for a Polynesian dance group ‚Äď we were partnered up and dated for 10 years before getting engaged. We were cruising around the Caribbean when we got engaged ‚Äď specifically in Barbados while doing a catamaran tour to snorkel with the sea turtles.Crystal+Lee_0668

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Musical Choices:

Processional: Wedding Party ‚Äď Air from Water Music by George Handel and Sheep May Safely Graze by J.S. Bach‚Ķ
Procession of the Bride ‚Äď Canon in D by Pachelbel and Prelude from Te Deum by Charpentier
Recessional: Wedding March
First Dance: Spend My Life With You by Eric Benet and Tamia (sung by the cousin of the bride and sister-in-law of the groom)

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Favorite Memory from Wedding Day: Lee¬†(Ceremony) – watching the bride walk down the aisle, (Reception) ‚Äď the first dance. Crystal¬†(Ceremony) ‚Äď seeing her father and fiance‚Äôs reactions as she walked down the aisle. Crystal¬†(Reception) ‚Äď seeing all of our family and friends hugging and smiling and laughing together all in one place

Any Advice to those who are Planning? Crystal –¬†¬†Never lose sight of why you are getting married in the first place. Lee –¬†Listen to your fianc√©.

From Crystal:¬†¬†I always envisioned having a tented garden wedding, which is why we chose your venue. I loved the market lights, the gazebo and the tent. The blank canvas was elegant in itself and left so much room to add our own special touches. We actually fell in love with the venue on our first visit and already knew it was “the one”! The pricing was more than reasonable and the quality of food and assistance from Rebecca and her staff were amazing as well.

We wish you many years of love and happiness in your marriage. Congratulations and best wishes, Crystal and Lee!

Vendors:

Photographer: Ari Simphoukham Photography| Videographer: Cinememories |¬†Uplighting: Brighten Up Event Lighting¬†| Event Planner: TraceMarked Weddings¬†| Florist: E&T Decoration Party| Hair & Makeup: India Mae Dayrit¬†| Invitations: The Wedding Sophisticate¬†| Cake and Cookies: Batter Up Cakery| Dessert Buffet: Christina’s Sweet Station|Photo Booth: Clementine Photo Booth| DJ: DJ John Carino| Bride‚Äôs Dress: Marisa’s Bridal| Bridesmaids Dresses: various vendors| Groom‚Äôs Suit: Kenneth Cole| Groomsmen: Kenneth Cole|

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Happy Friday!

 

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The weekend is here Рhurray, hurrah! Hope you have an amazing one. A handful of links that caught my eye this week:

Making ugly bridesdmaids dresses a thing of the past.

Wedding apps every bride should download ASAP

Martha does it all, including making your year old wedding cake taste like it did the day you were married.

For all the single ladies.

Plus, three past posts you may have missed:
* Edible wedding favors are the best kind of favors!
*¬†Five ways to use Pantone’s color of the year at your wedding
*¬†Head over heels for Shadelle &¬†JR’s wedding.

Have a happy weekend!

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10 ways to Feature Herbs in Your Wedding

Fragrant, chic and symbolic, herbs are among the biggest new trends in wedding day florals.

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Herbs can make the most lovely table decorations, wedding favors, cake decorations, or bouquet greenery.

Imagine the scent of lavender filling the room as it’s used as confetti, or on the chairs leading down the aisle, or the aroma of a rosemary greeting your guests as they take their seats for dinner.

And along with smelling heavenly, they look beautiful too. Nothing looks more chic and rustic than bundles of lavender dotted about, and sprigs of rosemary look so pretty around a naked wedding cake. They’re also longer lasting than your average greens, which makes them perfect for looking fresh into the wee hours of a wedding.

Check out these 10+ ideas for featuring herbs in your wedding.

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POTTED PLANS

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HERBAL ESSENCE

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WHEN LIFE GIVES YOU LAVENDER

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DELICIOUS DECORATIONS

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THE TARRAGON TABLE

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SCENTED CEREMONY

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HERBY BOUTS

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FRAGRANT FAVORS

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SAGELY CENTERPIECE

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Aren‚Äôt they gorgeous? Okay, I’m¬†off to plant a herb garden. Maybe a herb window box will do‚Ķ

For more pretty wedding greenery, see our Floral Board on Pinterest.

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Cobalt and Peach Wedding Inspiration

Looking for a color palette that is modern but still feminine? Look no further. You‚Äôre going to love this cobalt and ¬†peach wedding inspiration. The richest shade of blue, cobalt is for those who want to make a statement. ¬†It‚Äôs bold, attention-grabbing, and absolutely perfect for that bride who wants to turn heads. ¬†Add pops of peach and classic white for a look that is softer and more subtle ‚Äď the perfect combination of cosmopolitan and girly. ¬†Imagine clean white linens, cobalt blue water goblets, Parisian-inspired china, and even fresh peaches decorating your tablescape. ¬†You‚Äôll have countless peach and white floral options too, which would look utterly amazing against striking cobalt blue bridesmaids dresses. ¬†If you‚Äôd like a few more options, throw in navy, dusty cornflower blue, and even coral for a healthy dose of color. ¬†Either way, a cobalt, peach, and white wedding color palette is sure to wow both pastel and jewel tone lovers alike! The richest shade of blue, cobalt is for those who want to make a statement. ¬†It‚Äôs bold, attention-grabbing, and absolutely perfect for that bride who wants to turn heads. ¬†Add pops of peach and classic white for a look that is softer and more subtle ‚Äď the perfect combination of cosmopolitan and girly. ¬†Imagine clean white linens, cobalt blue water goblets, Parisian-inspired china, and even fresh peaches decorating your tablescape. ¬†You‚Äôll have countless peach and white floral options too, which would look utterly amazing against striking cobalt blue bridesmaids dresses. ¬†If you‚Äôd like a few more options, throw in navy, dusty cornflower blue, and even coral for a healthy dose of color. ¬†Either way, a cobalt, peach, and white wedding color palette is sure to wow both pastel and jewel tone lovers alike.

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Check out my Pinterest board for even more ideas in this pretty palette.

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Wedding Spotlight: Shadelle and JR

ShadelleJR-476I’m¬†pretty smitten with Shaddelle and Jr’s wedding, it’s everything one wants their wedding to be – fun, romantic and really personal. ¬†All the lovely details from the groom are highlighted beautifully thanks to Tra Huynh’s editorial eye‚ÄĒall the shots below show just how lighthearted¬†and warm the whole day was.

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From the Groom: Shadelle and I initially met in middle school, through friends. Over the years, we were just acquaintances until the summer of 2009 when a spontaneous phone call to hang out in Sacramento lead to more.

I proposed on her 28th Birthday. Shadelle likes to call it her “Great 28”. I threw her a surprise birthday party and throughout the entire night, friends and family had suspicions that I was going to propose. I DENIED it all. In the middle of the festivities, I set up the projector screen and played a birthday video that included all of her friends and family wishing Shadelle happy birthday.

As the end of the video¬†draws to a close and fades to black, ¬†I thank everyone for coming out to celebrate her birthday. ¬†Suddenly, you hear a iPhone ringtone playing through the speakers, and as I look around at people being confused, the video¬†pulls back it’s¬†focus on the screen and everyone starts to watch a facetime conversation between me and Shadelle’s Mom. Finally, I popped the question in front of our friends and family.

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We dedicated our wedding to Shadelle’s grandparents, whose dying wish was to see her get married before they passed away. They meant the world to her. We took an engagement shoot that replicated a picture of her grandparents’ and used it as one of our guest frames for our guests to sign.
Shadelle¬†made a bouquet charm of her favorite picture of her grandparents as a way to have them be there as she walked down the aisle, and wore her grandmother’s necklace as her “something old”.

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Could this bridal party be in cuter? Swooning. I think Tra ¬†did an amazing job showing everyone’s personalities throughout the day.
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From the groom: The colors of our wedding were an ombre of coral colors with highlights of gold. The style and look was just overall simple. We weren’t too particular with decorations because the venue was beautiful enough to carry our “look” of the wedding we wanted (especially in the evening). We just added some coral uplights to brighten up the tent in the evening.

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Shadelle’s mom created the majority of the decorations especially the centerpieces and the gazebo. We couldn’t thank her enough for all the work she has done to make our day beautiful. Shadelle‚Äôs sister helped make some of the signs that we displayed.

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Since we couldn’t decide on just one flavor, we decided to have his and her cupcakes which were Maple Bacon (HIS) and Banana Nut (HERS) which we ordered from Icing on the Cupcake. I wanted a nice cutting cake so we ordered a spice cake with cream cheese filling decorated with coral buttercream from Cake Castle Bakery. ShadelleJR-881

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Our¬†grand entrance was another one of our favorite moments of the day. The entrance¬†included us walking out to WWE‚Äôs D’Generation X theme song with Tag Team Championship belts followed by a custom lyric rap we created with a help of our close friend and groomsman Gerrold, to Young Money’s – Every Girl. It’s “our” song and we had our own lyrics to it which described our relationship.ShadelleJR-933

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One piece of  advice we would give any soon to be newlyweds is to not stress too much about the little details. For us, we liked our wedding details simple, but just enough to be effective. What really mattered to us was the atmosphere, chemistry and the flow of the wedding. Our friends and family are very important to us so we made sure to have time to be able to talk, dance and celebrate with them. Also, many of our married friends told us this piece of advice which is to pause and let the moments soak in for a bit because your day is going to go SUPER fast. We want to wish all future newlyweds the best of love and luck in their marriage. Always remember to cherish, respect and love each other and that you guys are now part of a bigger picture, you guys are a TEAM and compromise will go a long way in wedding planning and in your marriage!

Wishing you all the best, Shadelle + JR!

Vendors:

Photographer: Tra Huynh and Henry Huynh of Two Twenty Photos| Videographer: Narong Mok of Goodqarma| Bridal Bouquet: Amour Florist & Bridal | Centerpieces, Bridesmaids Bouquets & Decorative Flowers: by Mother of Bride: Edith Vela¬†| Hair: Jessica Torcedo¬† | Makeup: Janel Edrosolan¬†| Stationary: Vistaprint and Etsy| Cake: Castle Cake Bakery | Desserts: Icing on the Cupcake¬†| DJ: DJ Black Olive¬†| Emcee: Jeff Bayani¬†| Photo Booth: JJ and Co¬†| Transportation: Holiday Inn Express| Sound and Lighting: Jason Ente of Expressions Entertainment | Bride‚Äôs Dress: Allure Bridal ¬†| Alteration: The Elizabeth Bridal Salon in Lodi, CA| Brides Accessories: Amazon | Brides Shoes: Aldo | Brides Jewelry: Kohls |¬†Bridesmaids Dresses: David’s Bridal| Groom‚Äôs Tuxedo: Indocino ‚Äď San Francisco¬†| Menswear for Groomsmen: Theblacktux.com¬†| Favors: myweddingfavors.com¬†|

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5 Ideas for Your Something Blue

When it comes to finding your ‚Äúsomething old, something new, something borrowed and something blue,‚ÄĚ there‚Äôs a lot more wiggle room to change it up and find bits and pieces that fit your personality and your wedding style. Especially when it comes to the something blue.¬†There are lots of options out there, whether it’s footwear, jewelry, or even wearing a blue wedding gown.

I’ve¬†rounded up 5¬†of my¬†favorite ideas from classic to creative to inspire your something blue!

NAILS

Subtle and sweet, we’re loving a light powder blue hue for a wedding mani.

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EMBROIDERED BLUE

Have a blue monogram embroidered inside your dress with your new monogram and wedding date!
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BRIDESMAIDS

Why not dress your ‘maids in beautiful blues?¬†None of your maids will complain about wearing the universally flattering shade.
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RIBBON

Your bouquet is a great place to tie in a little something blue. Either wrap the stems with blue ribbon or tuck one small blue flower into your arrangement.
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SECRET BOW

I love the idea of tying a blue ribbon bow in a layered dress. Sweet, simple and easy to execute at the last minute for any of you procrastinators out there.
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THE GARTER
Slip on a little something blue underneath!
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Can you think of any other creative ways to wear your ‚Äėsomething blue?‚Äô

Please share them in the comments!

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Vendor Spotlight: Amrit Dhillon Bains of Anais Events

The moment I saw the photos to this¬†stunning, eclectic engagement party from Aperina Studios, I knew I would have to find out more about the person who styled it. With so many obscure goods, & even more importantly – so much personality – I knew I’d have to Spotlight Amrit Dhillon Bains of Anais Events.¬†The couch¬†–¬†chandeliers – the COCKTAIL SERVER, pure perfection.¬†I’m so happy to formally introduce to our Sacramento brides Ms. Amrit Dhillon Bain.¬†¬†Enjoy all the eye candy!

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Please describe your work?
Ana√Įs Events is an event design, styling and planning firm offering each client events with impeccable styling and personal planning.

How did you find your career path in event design?
I have been creating art in one form or another since age five (doodling instead of eating at the dinner table, much to my family’s dismay). With advanced degrees in Graphic Design and Business Management, I paired my organizational skills with an artistic background, love for travel, creativity and passion for design to develop unique solutions that are a perfect fit for my clients! Specializing in clever invitations, favors and party ephemera for both private and corporate clients, I also designs logos, monograms and related business and event collateral. My fresh perspective and eye for design has made me the choice of discerning clients for contemporary, ethnic, and cross-cultural events.

 

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What services do you offer?
Ana√Įs Event Design is a northern-California based boutique, full-service company specializing in upscale, highly personalized event planning and production of southeast asian weddings and celebrations. We design, style and plan weddings and events. As a full-service company, we also create floral arrangements, provide rentals, linens and custom stationery services to all of our clients.

How many team members do you have?
Our team member count varies depending on the event size but I manage all the client requests directly.

What makes you unique in the industry?
Being a full-service design, planning and one-stop rental studio sets us apart. The venues we work with love that we manage every detail, every delivery and every aspect of the wedding day for brides and grooms.

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Busy! Lots of emails, Instagram shares, Pinterest boards and even text messages from brides.

Advice for bride and groom planning a wedding?
As much as you love them, don’t let other people influence your wedding day look. It’s imperative YOU look and feel beautiful.

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Don’t you love her?! Be sure to contact¬†Amrit at Anais Events¬†to¬†reserve your wedding or engagement party date!

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Five Ways to Use 2016’s Pantone Color of Year

For the first time in history, Pantone named two shades at their annual Color of the Year announcement.

screen-shot-2015-12-03-at-11-16-48-pmWhen Pantone, the color experts, announced their color of the year 2016 to be not one, but two colors, and those colors a pale pink Rose Quartz along with beautifully soft Serenity blue, we knew they were a match made for a wedding.

Last year‚Äôs very mature Marsala was lovely, but so difficult to use for a more casual affair. This time we’re¬†over the moon that 2016 is all about freshness and happiness, perfect wedding emotions. ¬†Use them together for a perfectly balanced union, or take either the pink or the blue and pair them with your own choice of greens, purples or shades of yellow and cerise. For an industrial wedding theme add in silver or copper, hot brights introduce more splash and sparkle for a festive affair.

To show you just how pretty this pairing is, we’ve taken this years Pantone shades and created a modern yet very romantic take on the traditional pastel palette…

Dresses

If you consider yourself a bold bride, opt for a blush pink or ice blue wedding dress. Colorful bridal gowns hit the scene a few years ago and they continue to be a hot trend.  Having a more traditional wedding vibe? Choose light airy fabrics in either Rose Quartz, Serenity, or both for the bridal party. Your bridesmaids will look stunning!

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Floral Arrangements

While blue flowers may be few and far between, there are a ton in the pink family. Opt for bouquets and centerpieces that are mostly pink but accented with a hint of blue. Or incorporate Serenity using non-floral elements, like ribbon. Thinks peonies, dahlias, garden roses, and hydrangeas. This palette is a florists dream!

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Menswear
Real mean wear light blue. Either of these shades can work well with a navy or khaki suit or gray tux. Go for it in a light blue suit, or look for ties and pocket squares that use Rose Quartz or Serenity. Complete the look with a coordinated boutonniere.

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Makeup
Keep it classic and in the Rose Quartz family with a soft, natural look. Rosy cheeks and a pink lip makes a classic look for the bride and bridal party. What better day is there to try a sparkly pink-and-gold manicure?

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Sweets
We bet Rose Quartz and Serenity taste as good as they look. From cakes to macarons, and every sweet in between, look for tasty treats in these two shades to bring Pantone’s Colors of the Year to your wedding’s final course.

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As you can see with two colors at play this year, there are countless opportunities for pairings.