Allison wanted a vintage/anthropologie theme, which she knew is super popular, however she wanted to put her own little spin on the theme. Do not fret, she gives complete insight on the entire day. With a little help from her friends and some serious style – this wedding is surely to inspire. To see the entire wedding that was captured by onelove photography and read more from the bride. Be sure to click here.
From Allison on the ceremony site:
The curtain panels was something I wanted to do instead of an arch, which is very pricey. I purchased 27 yds of fabric (3 monochromatic tones of natural) from the Los Angeles downtown area and designed panels to create a neutral classic look for both sides of the gate. It provided two purposes; to mask the reception, and to create a ceremonial focal point. Gretchen Durgan with Flower Power LA only added to it’s design by suspending my little vintage bottles filled with flowers with jute twine.
You might notice a fantastic bird garland in many of the photos, a $30 decoration that took forever to make and required the assistance of Allison and her friends. There are more close up views of this spectacular diy project in the full gallery. Amazing the things you can do with paper.
Event Coordinator: De-Lovely Events
Event Design: Bride: Allison O’Malley
Venue: Grapevine Arbor
Makeup: Elizabeth Dahl
Hair: Julie Canales
Cake/Desserts: Rossmoor Pastries
Caterer: Choura Events
Coordinator: The Amazing Candice De-Lovely!
DJ: Focus Entertainment
Dress Designer: St. Pucchi
Floral Design: Flower Power LA
Groom’s Attire: Giovanni Testi
Lighting: Line 204 Events
Shoe Designer: Miss America
Stationery: Josh Lam Graphic Art
Officiant: Greg Tarakjian
Bridesmaid dresses by Bebe & Suzi Chin Maggie Boutique
flower girl dresses by J.Crew
Flower girl Baskets by April Hiller Designs on Etsy