Someone better pinch us, because there’s no way this modern floral chandelier + poppy tablescape is real. Much to our delight, this fab team of San Diego wedding creatives came together to show off their skills, and boy do they have some rights to brag! Bright strands of carnations might be the first hook, but when you get a look at the fiber art installation, contemporary dresses and those darling tassel earrings, you won’t be able to look away. Let’s dive into all the perfect post haste, shall we?
These photos wouldn’t have been possible without the man behind the lens, Garrett Richardson. We love his bright + detailed captures that give us a peek at just how fun this event was. We’re all smiles too, Garrett. We’re all smiles too.
Joining the team as stylist, Luna Wild Design slayed the game. Take a closer look at what’s holding that chandelier together, guys. We are mind blown by the creativity in play, and the colors they used to do so.
These gaw-geous dresses are the handiwork of Christina Sfez – a true dame who’s known for her unique designs handmade in France. Just look at the texture in this piece!
So much to love about these paper goods from Twinkle & Toast! Pink + white menus and circular place cards make for the perfect complement to the patterned napkins at each setting.
These metal chairs from Stecklair Event Company are right up our alley.
As are the tabletop pieces from Hostess Haven, which should surprise you not!
From the event planner, Luna Wild Design: The opening of the bridal suite at Building 177 was such a special day. It’s a space that the designers worked hard on and a space that they feel so proud to show brides. They wanted to create a laid-back party that featured the suite but also was interactive and fun. They wanted the design for that day to reflect the bridal room as well as have some flavor of its own. By staying consistent with our colors in choosing feminine neutral colors, the suite is after all for ladies, but we didn’t want to go too lazy wild.
The party was a collaboration from so many talented vendors and we just adore working with each other. We made a fun inspiration board but wanted each creative to go wild with their voice within the board. it was such a fun evening all around.
If the sky rained flowers, then we’d want them to look like this. Siren Floral Co. is known for some serious wow moments, and this one is totally scrumptious.
Relaxed hairstyles from Salon Bordeaux have these gals looking comfortably chic, without a hint of stuffiness.
And the makeup from Elizabeth Root is soft and natural with a pink lip + warm-hued eyeshadow combo.
This handmade fiber art installation from Kindred + Copper makes our hearts flutter every time. The textures, the color, the shape!
We loved the playfulness of the geometric wall mural in the bridal suite at 177. We wanted to play off of this including finding fun shaped earrings, using napkins with varying shapes, and mixing up the menu and place card placement to play with the use of shapes. We wanted the table to have enough details to feel full while not overwhelming because we knew Siren Floral Co. would come in and create a hanging centerpiece that stole the show. We brainstormed for a fun shaped base for the install and thought a ladder fit the vibe. we hung the ladder overhead and let Rachael + her team do their thing.
Don’t miss the fun video from Carlo Aranda below!
Photography: Garrett Richardson Photography
Videography: Carlo Aranda
Event Planning and Design: Luna Wild Design
Event Planning and Dresses: Christina Sfez
Floral Design: Siren Floral Co.
Venue: Building 177
Hair Stylist: Salon Bordeaux
Makeup Artist: Elizabeth Root
Tabletop Rentals: Hostess Haven
Furniture Rentals: Stecklair Event Company
Catering: Toast Catering
Bar: Moniker General
Paper Goods: Twinkle & Toast
Music: O, Love Land
Mas Photo Vendor: Westlund Photography
Photobooth: Your Photo Booth Co.
Fiber Installation: Kindred + Copper