Looking through this rainbow-colored California wedding from Kelty of Steep Street is a sure-fire way to cheer up your day. If you doubt us, take a peek at the bridesmaids in an array of candy-colored hues and that utterly delectable dessert table from Sweet & Saucy Shop. This is a wedding we would have loved to see for ourselves!
From the photographer, Kelty: Kara and Tim tied the knot on the Loyola Marymount campus in Los Angeles. They were married in the Sacred Heart Chapel overlooking the valley, and their reception was held just a few hundred yards away in a giant courtyard. The wedding was such a labor of love, not to mention a feast for the eyes! Bridesmaids in complimentary, rainbow pastel chiffon dresses, paired with alternate pastel bouquets. The bride in a custom gauzy white number with handmade custom blue Marie Antoinette-looking satin shoes. Each table color-coordinated with pastel flower arrangements. Delightful desserts, from a Candy Land display to baked goods and a floral cake to an ice cream sandwich truck that night, which guests enjoyed while playing at the rockin’ photo booth.
Paper goods were designed by the bride’s brother, beginning with a Little Golden Book-themed invitation, color-coded ceremony programs, seating chart, a fill-in-the-puzzle board of their save the date photo for guests to write well-wishes on, ending with beautiful graphic dinner menus and Tea for One gift bags. Such a wonderful mix of childhood-inspired fun and colorful decor… We were kind of blown away by these two, to say the least.
Wedding Vendors (Los Angeles, CA):
Wedding Venue: Loyola Marymount University / Wedding Photographer: Kelty of Steep Street / Wedding Coordinator: Nozza Studio / Wedding and Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Oliver Tolentino / Makeup and Hair: Kelly Zhang / Wedding Flowers: Holly Flora / Wedding Cake and Dessert Table: Sweet & Saucy Shop / Ice Cream Sandwiches: Coolhaus / Rentals: Choura Events / Linens: BBJ Linen / DJ: DJRemark / Invitations and Paper Goods: Ryan Barnachea / Photobooth: 4ClicksPhotobooth / Videographer: Shade Tree Films