I met Brittany in March at the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills. Although it was raining quite hard. I could imagine what she wanted for her wedding. Many girls have dreamt and visualize a white wedding. They want classic romance, elegant and beautiful. Brittany needed a planner that would take what she wanted and make it happen.
She had told me Matt of http://www.linandjirsa.com were signed on for photography. I was happy as I worked with them before and they always do a great job. Charles Lauren Films were slated for Videography. A team that always do a great job as well.
Enter Vinnie of Flowers in Beverly Hills. He had worked with Brittany’s family for years and knew exactly what Brittany was looking for in the romantic look he created for her. The centerpieces were gorgeous and he did a stunning job with all the details from the amazing chuppah, to every arrangement, and bouquet. Orchids were dripping from each centerpiece.
With plenty of friends, Brittany and her dashing husband Aaron had 11 groomsmen and 12 bridesmaids. The family and wedding party stood for Brittany and Aaron under the beautiful chuppah as they spoke their vows.
One vendor that we were all excited by was the band from Bob Gail. The grand entrance was to Marry Me by Bruno Mars, then the couple danced to Maybe I’m Amazed by McCartney. It was beautiful. Afterward the band rocked the dance floor. The guests did not want to stop dancing as all were having a blast.
After dinner, I had suggested to Brittany to a dessert bar vs a plated dessert. She loved the idea as it would also create more time for dancing for those who wanted to dance. The guests would feast on donuts, cookies, gelato and chocolate covered strawberries. There was plenty and all the guests got to have some of everything.
It was a beautiful fun wedding. We completed the night with Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believing” The guests formed a circle around both families as they hugged each other in celebration of uniting their families and the marriage of Brittany and Aaron.