Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Featured Wedding at The Grove In Anaheim, CA

Meet Mr and Mrs Park
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and their well-themed Old Hollywood style wedding in a glam theater complete with a red carpet. Sound too good to be true? Well, it ain't as I had the pleasure of collaborating with David and Drexelle on some fun designs that captured their ideas in floral design.

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With large curly willow and white orchid alter arrangements embracing the stage

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and sparkling manzanita branch centerpieces showcased on each guest table, the glitz
resonated throughout the evening.

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The colors they chose were deep red, gold and black to mirror the effect of the Academy Awards. White orchids and crystals were a must for this fabulous event.

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With the bridesmaids dresses being gold, their bouquets included black bacara roses, black magic roses and deep red mokara orchids.

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The bride glowed in all white with an uber elegant cascading bouquet of white phalaenopsis orchids accented with white dendrobium orchids.

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The stage transformed for the reception with all eyes on the bridal party

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and floral decor in classic white.

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This couple put some great attention to detail including their own movie posters (created by Michika Photography) displayed in the cocktail area and movie tickets sent out as the invitations.

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What a great play on Father of the Bride

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and PS I love You!

The Grove in Anaheim was a great location to play out their theme. I was impressed with everything this venue included in their packages...even media and lighting (which were utilized so well in this wedding). Imagine you and your bridal party getting the red carpet treatment with a spotlight to show you all off walking down the aisle! Their photographer was Jim Kennedy who was a lot of fun work with. And if you really need a great DJ who's upbeat and keeps the party going, I highly recommend Andy Nation based on his performance that night.


3 comments:

PAUL TRAN - Friend, Entrepreneur, Advisor, Investor, Restaurant Developer, Workaholic (obviously) said...

I loved the "P.S. I Love You" reskin! I'm glad you had a wonderful ceremony. We are considering the Grove as well! Well...first the lady needs a ring =P

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Floral Sense said...

Hey Paul! This wasn't my wedding but it was a fabulous one! Didn't they do an awesome job on the entire theme of their wedding? The Grove would be a great pick for a venue. You can even opt to have the ceremony outside. Have fun shopping for the ring!

Academy awards party decorations said...

Gorgeous pictures. Any good party will need a good spread and whether you choose to have a sit down meal or perhaps something a little more informal.