The 1912 is centrally located in Orange County. This ultra-stylish wedding venue has 6000 square feet of usable private indoor space. The venue has a speakeasy like entrance. There is an unmarked door that leads into the lobby. From there you'll go up a staircase and enter the venue.
Once up the stairs, you'll find an exposed high ceiling with skylights, beautiful oversized windows with unobstructed downtown views, a private bar, and cocktail area. There is also a connected on-site bridal suite for you to get wedding-ready.
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Read on to see how a few Orange County wedding vendors dressed up this sophisticated wedding venue. There are quite a few pin-worthy wedding ideas that we know you are not going to want to miss. Orange County wedding photographer, Lovisa Photo captured the day. You can see even more wedding inspiration in the full gallery.
The creative team lead by Nicole George Event Planning & Design wanted to create a minimalistic wedding with artsy vibes that took into account the beautiful Orange County wedding venue.
A color palette of primarily green and white with hints of beige was used throughout the day. Epoch Design sets the theme of the day with these soft beige modern invites.
The gorgeous on-trend engagement rings are from Marrow Fine Jewelry. I am very much into the new nesting style trend that many brides have been embracing - a fabulous way to fancy up your engagement ring. I especially love the Gemma Ballerina Ring. How pretty is this?
You may also like to read→ How to afford an engagement ring without debt
This stunning gown is by Tony Bridal. For a decade, a wedding dress designer has created custom gowns for exclusive brides in Mexico and now the US. He has an amazing IG with all his custom creations. I am super in love with this Boho Wedding Gown on his Instagram. It is everything! Below is an up-close of the stunning dress above.
A wedding ceremony backdrop was designed by Orange County florist, BLOOMS Design House using two ladders. BLOOMS Design house adorned the ladders with greenery and white florals to create an artsy wedding backdrop.
Green Italian Ruscus was wrapped around the aisle wedding chairs. This affordable greenery is a fantastic option that you can use all over your wedding. It hangs great, it can be cut. It is very versatile.
You may also like to read→ See how we used Italian Ruscus in our DIY backdrop
Orange County hair and makeup artist, Meagan Brown Makeup & Hair created the bride's look and feel. Long wedding hair paired with pink lips, rosy cheeks, and a soft beige eye shadow.
The table was lined white and green lush florals, gold cutlery, light beige napkins, and gray pottery. The escort cards had a beige paint swash that lent to the artsy vibe. The creative team did a fabulous job of creating a simple yet incredibly stylish atmosphere.
I always love to see when floral arrangements are re-purposed from the ceremony to the reception. BLOOMS Design House took the stunning arrangements from the ceremony and placed them in front of the sweetheart table.
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