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Johnny Cash Inspired Wedding

Vintage Weddings

I am not kidding when I say that Jesi Haack Design crafts the most beautiful weddings I’ve ever seen. Pair her talents with equally amazing vendors such as John Robert Woods Photographer and Crafthouse Productions, this Johnny Cash inspired wedding sweeps me off my feet. I highly recommend viewing the entire gallery. It’s that good.

Karey and Zak Wedding
Karey and Zak Wedding
Instead of petal or rice toss, they had guitar picks! Guitar picks, people!
Karey and Zak Wedding
At the entrance of their ceremony setting, Jesi placed two guitar cases and two amplifiers, one on each side of the aisle.
Johnny Cash rock n roll wedding
Karey and Zak Wedding
They used a guitar for guests to sign on, with a faux vinyl record cover using one of their engagement photos.
Karey and Zak Wedding
Johnny Cash rock n roll wedding
Jesi Haack made their escort cards with harmonicas and guests received posters as wedding favors.
Karey and Zak Wedding
Karey and Zak Wedding
Karey and Zak Wedding
Johnny Cash rock n roll wedding

The groom Zak sang to his bride to propose, so it was only fitting that he would sing during the ceremony as well.
Karey and Zak Wedding
Karey and Zak Wedding
Karey and Zak Wedding


Jesi Haack Design crafts the most beautiful weddings I’ve ever seen. Pair her talents with equally amazing vendors such as John Robert Woods Photographer and Crafthouse Productions, this Johnny Cash inspired wedding sweeps me off my feet. I highly recommend viewing the View all images from this wedding in the gallery

Wedding Vendors and Venue (Aliso Viejo, CA):

Venue: Soka University / Photographer: John Robert Woods Photographer / Designer + Coordinator: Jesi Haack Design / Videographer: Nick Bowser of Crafthouse Productions / Bride’s Jewelry: Stella and Dot / Hair and Makeup: Jessica Young / Bridesmaid dresses: ModCloth, HM, Macys / Wedding Cake: Groom’s mom / Desserts: Grooms mom and friends and family brought their favorite family favorite desserts / Flowers: Honey and Poppies

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Weekly Wrap Up + Bridal Market

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You can’t talk about 1930s inspired wedding gowns without mentioning Jenny Packham. She is one of our go-to inspiration for Art Deco glamour, and her collections never cease to amaze me. So I couldn’t think of a more delightful way to end the week than with a few of my favorites from Bridal Market…


1930s Art Deco wedding dresses

1930s Art Deco wedding dresses

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Photos courtesy of Jenny Packham

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Spreading Lovely

Welcome to Spreading Lovely!  We’re a full service event planning & design company based in the San Francisco Bay Area, serving all of The Golden State and beyond and tailor all services to fit your specific event needs.  Plus, with every booking, we donate 10% to the charity of your choice because we believe in not only making a difference in our clients’ lives, but also in countless other lives we may never otherwise have the opportunity to reach.

Of course we love a great party, but more importantly we believe in love, we believe in a marriage after the wedding, and we love being a part of life’s major milestones and helping you navigate the (sometimes) mountains of details.  With our wealth of knowledge, creativity and experience we’ll illuminate and inspire your ideas to create a one-of-a-kind event that authentically reflects YOUnot us, or what anyone tells you it should be.

We know how to leverage small design details of texture, color and lighting to elevate an event and create the ambiance you desire. We love collaborating to create unique event concepts, after all – it’s your story that makes the best inspiration.  If lots of glitter and bright colors best reflects your fun loving nature, awesome, we’re in!  If an elopement on a mountain top is more your thing, fantastic, we’re in!  Our number one job is to be on your team and provide a voice of reason, guidance and experience to streamline the planning and execute your event more exceptional than you imagined.

We believe you should be fully present and live in the moment on your wedding day, not sweating the small stuff!  That’s why we’re here to make the road to your wedding more fun, more relaxed and more enjoyable by taking care of the planning, design and organization details so you can still make it to Sunday brunch and do more of what makes you happy while celebrating the path to this amazing commitment to each other!

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Citrus Fruits in Winter Centerpieces

Flower Guide

I am always giddy to see what Sarah of Honey of a Thousand Flowers has in store for us. She always brings the freshest wedding ideas in flower arrangements. Today it’s all about citrus fruits in winter centerpieces, adding a pop of color to whites and greens.

winter citrus centerpieces

From Sarah: I love an outdoor summer wedding as much as the next person, but I love a cozy winter wedding too. Winter weddings are more elegant and ornate by nature because they are usually indoors, but you can still have flowers that feel lighthearted. Citrus fruit is available on the stem to your florist in the winter months, and it is a wonderful addition to your floral décor. All shapes, sizes and colors are available, but my favorites are in the orange family… clementines, kumquats, mandarins, Satsuma, tangerine, just to name a few. Use them in your flowers, on your escort table, or as place card holders.

citrus winter centerpieces

citrus winter centerpieces

citrus winter centerpieces


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I think winter bride’s should embrace the wonderful evergreen foliage that is available in the season. It comes in all shapes and textures, and many colors too. My favorite are the nice soft blues like this Arizona cypress. It feels season appropriate, but not like Christmas.

Inspiration board credits, clockwise: evergreens by Matthew Lions via Pinterest; Kumquat via Pinterest; feather wreath via Pinterest; pine trees via Pinterest

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