For those who love starting with a clean canvas, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a venue that’s more pristine + fresh, historic + stunning, than the Vibiana. A wedding, events, and performing arts venue positioned in the historic core of Downtown Los Angeles, this beauty was originally used by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese and was the official cathedral of Los Angeles for more than 100 years! What an epic spot to state your vows, right?!
Do you fancy a little whimsy for your Wednesday afternoon? Well lucky you, we have just the thing. Dorothy and Wilson, the ridiculously adorable couple behind this bash, weaved a tale of vibrant summer colors and endless supplies of fun. But the best part? They had a whole gaggle of little ones carrying big yellow balloons. Too cute. Photographed by Anna Kuperberg, with expert design and styling by Mints Design, this is one summer wedding you’ll want to devour every inch of.
Among a sea of weddings with neutral and muted color palettes that have been increasingly popular lately, this vibrant photo shoot in Los Angeles really stood out. The shoot took place at The Fig House, an urban-style meeting space with mid-century modern architecture and interiors. Shades of red, purple, teal, along with touches of gold on the wedding elements complemented the venue beautifully, creating a luxurious setting inspired by Hollywood glam. There was so much beauty in one place, and luckily Brian Leahy was behind the lens to capture it all.
From rich velvets, to warm ruby colors and gilded accents throughout, the style of 19th century Imperial Russian aristocracy was at the forefront of our design vision. When we met Russian photographer Anya Kernes living in LA, we knew she would be the perfect fit. In the movie, the love story unfolds on a literal stage. With that in mind, we chose The MacArthur in Los Angeles as the backdrop for the style shoot. Dripping with chandeliers and full sized stage, there couldn’t have been a better location!