When it came to planning their unconventional wedding, Liz and Kobi definitely thought outside the box. They started things off with a lively cocktail hour, followed by a romantic dinner/ceremony where they heard from friends and family, then finished things off with a vow exchange and dessert celebration.
It was exactly how they wanted to celebrate their forever, and that’s what makes it truly beautiful! Brides, don’t be afraid to mix things up for your wedding day! Read more about this laid-back wedding below, and find more images in the full gallery from Christine Lim.
Making their day their's
From Blush and Bowties: "A warm, disarming cocktail hour, followed by a funny, engaging, comfortable, inclusive sit down dinner/ceremony followed by fun, celebratory dessert, mingling and music." When Liz and Kobi came to me with their mission statement, I couldn't have been more excited about their ideas.
Liz and Kobi had one of the more unconventional ideas for their wedding flow that I had come across - starting their wedding off with a lively cocktail hour, then moving onto a dinner/ceremony fusion, where their friends would serenade them with wise words/advice on marriage and finishing with hand-written vows for each other.
Welcoming + intimate vibe
Not only was their celebration one of the most unique wedding experiences I have been a part of, but their day was also just so darn gorgeous. The couple was clear on they how they wanted their wedding to look and feel; they longed for a welcoming and intimate vibe, an abundance of romantic lighting, brass touches, and whimsical florals. With the help of some insanely talented wedding artisans, we were able to help bring to life their unique vision alive.