Angela + Jon :: A St Regis Wedding Prt 2

March 21st, 2012

Angela is an event coordinator herself with her company, Sterling Social. I asked her how it was planning her own wedding. She responded, "My own wedding was one of the most exciting projects I have ever worked on.  It was my opportunity to do what I love for the people I love.  I work with the most brilliant, creative people on a daily basis and we had so much fun designing this wedding.  The design was really inspired by texture.  I wanted to bring to life a neutral color palette through the use of interesting textural elements such as mica wallpaper, mercury glass, and cut crystal.  The overall look and feel was soft and romantic.  It was magical to watch the elements tie together throughout the planning process"

Reflections from Angela, "Experiencing what it's like to be a bride is incredible.  You feel an overwhelming amount of love from your friends and family.  I have to say though, one of my favorite things about our wedding was the energy!  It was insane!  The only time we sat down that night was for speeches.  Otherwise, we were dancing our hearts out on a packed dance floor surrounded by our favorite people in the entire world.  I've never had so much fun in my life." - I think that's how a wedding should be! And it was a blast to photograph too.


Venue: St. Regis Monarch Beach          Wedding Dress:  Amsale 'Harlow' Gown   Hair and Makeup: Make-Up (Danika Blood of Artistry By Danika) and Hair (Tara Shakespeare)  Shoes: Jimmy Choo   Bridesmaid Dress: Amsale   Hairpieces: Veil, Amsale  Groom Suit: Theory Tuxedo   Groom's Gift (watch): TAG Heuer Carrera    Photography: Braedon Flynn  Cinematography: Manifest Videography  Event Design: Sterling Social Events & Experiences  Event Planner: Sterling Social Events & Experiences  Floral Design: R. Jack Balthazar   Lighting Design:  Lighten Up, Inc.  Invitations/Paper Goods:  Graphic Design (Messex Industries) and Letterpress Printing (Traction Press) Cake & Dessert Bar:  Cupcakes Couture of Manhattan Beach   Music: JB Project from West Coast Music  & DJ Infrared

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