Today’s #ExquisiteRealWedding couple Tonie and David wanted to create a personal and intimate Los Angeles urban wedding experience for their guests from all over the world. They used purposeful yet subtle aspects of their cultures through catering choices, specialty cocktails, a variety of desserts, and even some cultural music selections.
Their Los Angeles urban wedding decor beautifully highlighted the juxtaposition of feminine touches (like the blush and ivory florals and Casa De Perrin tabletop) against the more masculine, urban Carondelet House wedding venue. That unexpected balance of aesthetics created a beautiful harmony, and the couple’s talented team of wedding vendors nailed the look.
Wedding coordinator and designer Nicole George shared with us that her favorite part of planning with Tonie and David was that they were able to let loose — not only on the day of, but throughout the entire wedding planning process. They trusted Nicole’s experience to guide them, even when she made unexpected suggestions. That trust made it so much easier to have fun and get creative, for both sides.
Their talented team:
Planning & Design: Nicole George Events
Photography: Katie Pritchard Photography
Ceremony Venue: Holy Family Catholic Church
Reception Venue: Carondelet House
Catering: Tres LA
Desserts: Vanilla Bake Shop
Entertainment: RedShoe Entertainment
Florals: Peony & Plum
Hair Styling and Makeup: BeNYLA
Rentals: Casa De Perrin
Rentals: Town and Country Rentals
Signage: Sea Calligraphy
Stationary: Shine Wedding Invitations
Transportation: GTS Charter
Videography: Ellay Films
Photobooth: Mobile Photobooth