2019 Oscar Red Carpet Fashion - Best Dressed


Let’s start with the powerful black outfits! Black dress becomes the new white in the wedding dress fashion in 2019 too.


Lady Gaga amazed everyone with her Alexander McQueen’s black gown with a 128-carat Tiffany necklace, last worn by Audrey Hepburn at a "Breakfast at Tiffany's" photoshoot


Billy Porter in his black velvet tux dress by Christian Siriano . Isn’t it fun to pair with tux or jeans with a full ball gown skirt? LOVE!

Next, comes my favorite, hot pink


The "Crazy Rich Asians" star Gemma Chan, consistently among the best-dressed during this year's awards season, wore a voluminous pink, high-collared dress by Valentino. No wonder with her height and beautiful face, she handles this color really well.



Presenter Jennifer Lopez stunned in a long-sleeved, mirror embroidered Tom Ford gown. Of course, not everybody can handle this!



Best actress nominee Glenn Close wore a gold dress and matching clutch, looking every bit the statuette she hopes to take home. The custom hand-embroidered dress by Carolina Herrera weighed 42 pounds and was made from 4 million beads.



Best supporting actress nominee Amy Adams wore a figure-hugging white gown with silvery zigzag accents. Adams paired the Versace gown with diamond accessories.


Best actress nominee Melissa McCarthy was one of several actresses, along with Elsie Fisher and Awkwafina, who wore powerful-looking pantsuits on the red carpet. McCarthy wore a black and white ensemble by Brandon Maxwell, complete with a flowing white cape. 

Silk Charmuse jumpsuits and pantsuits will take over the wedding industry in 2019 too, it is perfect for a modern and edgy bride.


Oscar presenter Awkwafina had a bit a fun of at this year's awards ceremony, wearing a sparkly lavender pantsuit and pussy bow Color is the key!


Will these stunning dresses provides any inspirations for your 2019 wedding? We hope so! These shapes will never go wrong, along with personalized details. Get your appointment at our San Francisco and Los Angeles Location.

Are You A Modest Bride? We’ve Got You Covered

Sarah and Laurent Cohen, Photo: Wind Production; Venue: Alexandria Ballroom Los Angeles

Sarah and Laurent Cohen, Photo: Wind Production; Venue: Alexandria Ballroom Los Angeles

At a time when the most popular wedding dresses are sheer, strapless, body-baring showstoppers that leave little to the imagination, the modest bride has few options. Sarah Abesera faced that dilemma when trying to find a gown for her December 2016 wedding to Laurent Cohen.

“I’m Modern Orthodox and I didn’t want to be sleeveless,” she said. “I wanted something classy and modest that would look good with sleeves, and that was hard to find. I saw the same dress over and over at every single store, and it was not calling my name. The only things I liked were $10,000 and above.”

Abesera shopped for months to no avail, and then recalled having stopped by Jinza Couture Bridal a year earlier. Having joined forces with San Francisco-based Jinza Jin
after Jin designed her wedding dress, owner and designer Grace Pei opened her West Hollywood store in 2015. Her Elvet collection, priced at $2,500-$8,000, is exclusive to the store.

The sample of a new gown Pei designed in French Alençon lace and silk satin organza had just arrived, and it was a perfect fit on Abesera. It did not have sleeves, but Pei made a long-sleeved silk jacket to go with it.

Rebecca Rothman Sarto, Photo: Hello Blue Photo; Venue: Calamigos Ranch

Rebecca Rothman Sarto, Photo: Hello Blue Photo; Venue: Calamigos Ranch

“The jacket let the lacy detail show and gave me the modest look I wanted while keeping it modern,” said Abesera, who now goes by her married name of Cohen and lives in Pico-Robertson. She and her husband, both French-Moroccan Jews, met through a mutual friend with whom she went to college. Their wedding, at the Alexandria hotel in downtown Los Angeles, was “beautiful, magical,” she said. “Everyone said it was the best wedding they’d ever been to.”

Pei, who named the gown’s style “Sarah” after Cohen, can customize any gown, adding sleeves or raising necklines for the modest bride. “Clients love our line because it’s modern and timeless,” she said. “Instead of nude panels and deep V’s, it’s classic design with more coverage. It’s a timeless, elegant look.”

That was just what Rebecca Rothman Sarto of Studio City was looking for in a wedding gown. Like Cohen, she had been to many boutiques without finding a dress. “I wanted sleeves,” she said, adding that sexy dresses are “just not me. I liked the idea of having my shoulders covered, for traditional reasons, too.”

She found it at Jinza but had Pei make changes, fully closing the back, raising the front and changing an ivory bodice panel from ivory to nude. “I wanted lace, a lot of beadwork and flowers everywhere,” she said, the latter to reflect the “garden-y, romantic vibe” of Calamigos Ranch in Malibu, where she married Matthew Sarto in October 2017. “The skirt had layers and tiers of silk chiffon. The veil had the lace and flowers all around it,” she added.

Her wedding reflected the Conservative Jewish traditions with which she was raised and incorporated a few personal ones. The tallit used in the ceremony was her grandfather’s. Wrapped in extra fabric from her gown, her bouquet was encircled by a custom-made charm bracelet covered in Swarovski crystals, with three tiny frames holding photos of her grandparents and her dog.

For modest brides whose budgets are tight and can’t afford nuptial extravagances, there’s another option. Los Angeles Hachnassat Kallah (LAHK) is a service that lends brides wedding gowns for a fee of $250-$350, including the veil, tiara and shoes. Accessories alone can be borrowed for $18. But in the charitable lending tradition of gemilut chasadim, no one is ever refused. 

Popular wedding gown styles featuring long sleeves, high necks, beaded bodices, layers of tulle and lace, and princess silhouettes are among the dresses LAHK stocks in a wide range of sizes. According to Devorie Krause, who took over running the service three years ago, “Brides love fit and flare, and ornate tops and full bottoms. White is more popular than ivory or cream.”

Read the original article at Jewish Journal.

Purple Jewel-Toned Wedding Featured in Ceremony Magazine

We're in love with this San Francisco wedding at The St. Regis. Morgan Events and Revel Floral turned this venue into the couple's ultimate jewel-toned dream with purple accents. Our bride looked stunning in her JINZA gown.

Click HERE to see the full feature on Ceremony Magazine.


Photography | Arrowood Photography
Floral Design | Revel Floral
Location, Catering & Cake | St. Regis Hotel San Francisco
Coordination & Design | Morgan Events
Rentals | Bright Event Rentals
Rentals | Blueprint Rentals
Rentals | Napa Valley Linens
Calligraphy | Papineau Calligraphy
Menus | Dependable Letterpress
Gown & Accessories | Jinza Couture Bridal
Formalwear | The Black Tux
Hair & Makeup | Get Your Do Up





"Ethereal Exousia" featured in Strictly Weddings

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Hues of golden apricot tones and ocean blues make you want to dive into the fresh Greek Island waters and bask in the glow of the warm sun. What better way than to bring wedding table setting décor inspiration from – drawing upon those colors blended with Monet’s water color paintings. 

As we have said before, if ever there was a 101 crash course on bringing style to your wedding table, the annual Luxe Launch is it. An event that draws in California’s top wedding planners, florists and rentals who are assigned one of LUXE Linen’s newest patterns from their linens and napkins to inspires their trendsetting tabletop design. The Medallion Cream linen this team was assigned to work with as the foundation for their scene was simple and neutral. 

Click HERE for the full feature on Strictly Weddings.

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Photography: Brian Leahy Photo | Design + Production: Nicole Alexandra Designs | Floral Design: Emblem Flowers | Venue: Vibiana | Rentals: Revelry Event Design | Linen: LUXE Linen | China: Dish Wishs | Draping: NFP Events | Lighting: High Voltage Lighting | Rentals: Party Pleasers | Cake: Frau Schmidt Cakery | Textiles: Tono & Co. | Bridal Gown: JINZA Couture Bridal | Men’s Formalwear: Menguin | Bridesmaid Dresses: Kennedy Blue | Bridal Hair + Makeup: Grace Lin Makeup | Groom Hair + Makeup: Face it Sugar | Models: Lindsay HundleyBrandon MoshenkoAlana Akschoen and Paige Palleva | PR + Marketing: Rayce PR & Marketing

Ultraviolet Wedding Featured on Belle the Magazine

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Get ready lovelies, purple is going to “reign” this coming wedding season. Pantone crowned Ultra Violet as 2018 Color of the Year. And we couldn’t be more thrilled about this lovely shade of purple! Case in point this Pantone Ultra Violet Wedding that features the color of the year 2018 in the most fabulous of ways.

This romantic affair coordinated by Spark Event Consulting is the perfect escape for us at home to a magnificent waterfront ceremony! From the lush florals in the aisle and bouquets to the delicate bridesmaids’ gowns, the lavender tones look flawless. As did the bride in her Jinza Couture Bridal gown! Those delicate cap sleeves gave a chic elegance to a more traditional dress. Even the cake played true to the Ultra Violet color scheme, with an intricate design juxtaposing beautifully with the almost rustic tablescape. 

Click HERE to see the full feature on Belle the Magazine.


Coordinator: Spark Event Consulting | Venue & Cake: Ritz Carlton Laguna Niguel | Officiant: Tie The Knot Ceremonies | Photographer: Donna Lam Photos | Florals: Kevin Reeder Wedding Flowers | Beauty: AC Makeup Studio | Bridal Gown Designer: Jinza Couture Bridal | MC/DJ: Samuel Hwang | Submission & PR Management: Rayce PR & Marketing

Vote JINZA Couture Bridal for California Wedding Day Best of Bride

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It's that time of the year again! California Wedding Day's Best of 2018 celebrates the best in event designers, venues, caterers, photographers and more. 

Vote for JINZA Couture Bridal for Best Dress Shop and Best Dress Designer in Los Angeles! Vote HERE.