It’s the first day of the rest of your life — with cake. Right? Right. Just keep telling yourself that (and leave the task of meeting even the most bridezillish expectations to the professionals).
Get it all in writing with fetching fonts and fresh graphics from We Heart Paper. Every piece of your custom invitation suite is hand-pressed on a vintage letterpress at the Los Angeles studio.
Band together with a yellow gold princess-cut diamond spike ring from jewelry designer Mimi Jakobson. It’s simple and chic, from here to eternity.
If a bride kicks up her heels under 80 pounds of crinoline, do they make a sound? Party on with a custom Katy Rodriguez cocktail dress or another frock in white, ivory, or any color you please. Turnaround is just three weeks.
Don’t shoot. Leave that to wedding photographers Lauren and Abby Ross. Their natural inclination is to capture you at your very best along with all the moments you’ll want to remember forever (strategically leaving out the less-than-picturesque chaos).
Book indoor/outdoor multiuse space The Holding Company for your reception. There’s enough room for all the essentials: cocktails, dinner, dancing, DJ, movie screening, and a lounge on the second floor where you can hide out.
Just imagine how the event designers at Moon Canyon could transform the raw space with their fantastic, not frivolous, sensibility.
Let the florals lead by example so guests may follow suit: Go natural, wild, and free. Sourcing botanicals by the season for its romantic arrangements lets Luna Moss keep things lovely and loose.
Raise a glass to Pharmacie. The roving cocktail bar-cum-custom catering service uses crafted mixers and indie spirits to create menus that nod to first dates, honeymoon destinations, family heritage, and other special moments.
Do yourself a favor — literally. Confections like the white chocolate-coconut Get Her Done or bourbony General Hooker from boutique chocolatier/calligrapher Petite Pig Chocolates sweeten any send-off.