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Tania and Brian 5-16-14

Posted on February 3, 2017 at 8:35 PM Comments comments (419)
Tania and Brian got married at the top of a very tall building in downtown Los Angeles. The Oviatt Penthouse, served as a great location for their art deco themed wedding. They loved the different hues of orange and green that their location was able to provide. Their guests watched their short ceremony outside on the rooftop deck infront of a fountain, after the ceremony they moved indoors for the cocktail hour while the rooftop was transformed for their reception. Their guest go to enjoy the city view from a different angle way up high in the sky. The Oviatt is the perfect location for anyone wanting an art deco feel or even rustic. Truly Yours Catering helped make their cocktail hour and dinner run extremely smooth, and the food was delicious!

Melissa and Sarath 4-20-14

Posted on June 23, 2016 at 3:13 PM Comments comments (109)
This Easter Sunday wedding took place at the Malibu Hindu Temple, and then moved to a near by Catholic Church for Mass, then later all the guests were bused to a rental house in the Malibu hills for the dinner reception. This fun loving couple had a blast during the Hindu ceremony!  

Veteran's Day Giveaway

Posted on November 10, 2015 at 4:37 PM Comments comments (186)
In honor of Veteran's Day we will be giving away 1 day of event planning package! That is a $700+ value! To enter simply click HERE.
Rules: Must show proof of Military ID, either from the groom to be or bride to be. Wedding must take place within 50 miles of Valencia, CA. Wedding cannot fall on a day we are already booked. For weddings with over 100 guests, flip weddings, or with lots of small details that we feel will need more than one coordinator a second coordinator will be $10 an hour. This giveaway cannot be used on weddings already in the books. Must be used in the 2016, or 2017 season.

JJ & Christine 12-28-2013

Posted on January 8, 2015 at 3:01 PM Comments comments (59)
JJ and Christine were married at St. Thomas More Catholic Church, and had their reception at Quiet Cannon Conference and Event Center. They had a winter and car themed reception. They both had a love for cars, and tried to tie it into their wedding, by making the escort cards on little dye cast cars, and the cake topper was also a bride and groom in a car!
They had a candy bar available for their guests, in different shades of blue. As a surprise to her new husband Christine sang him a special song.

Frozen Themed Wedding

Posted on February 26, 2014 at 7:43 PM Comments comments (95)
So, I've got 2 girls, the older being 4 years old LOVES Disney's new movie Frozen! Wait, I love it too! We listen to the sound track constantly, have seen the movie quit a few times, and have it already pre-ordered for when it comes out on DVD next month! I know a few little girls that are having a Frozen themed birthday party, but have yet to see a Frozen themed wedding. Being a Disney Bride myself, I had a Cinderella themed wedding, so why not bring it up a notch and have Frozen right? 

The ceremony will have strands of puffballs that give it a snow falling look by the alter, and white rose petals down the aisle, with either white branches or white lanterns with candles lining the way. The brides dress will have lace sleeves, and lace details. The famous Elsa braid in her hair, and carry a purple bouquet. Bridesmaid dresses will be a deep teal to match Anna's dress, all bridal party can wear purple shoes. 
Reception will be like entering an ice cave! With hanging ice looking crystals as centerpieces, with purple and blue uplighting creating the ice look around the room. White flowers will also decorate the tables, and romantic candles spread throughout. 
I hope you love our inspiration board, and this gives you a few ideas to create your own Frozen themed wedding!

Alana & Ryan 11-9-13

Posted on February 5, 2014 at 11:57 PM Comments comments (529)
Alana and Ryan were a young couple wanting to have a fun and different wedding! They ceremony and reception took place at The Oaks at Calamigos Ranch, in the Malibu Hills. 

Alana went the traditional route with her wedding dress, and wore the Groom's Grandma's 1940's wedding dress! Candice carefully zipped it up for her. 

The Bride and Groom opted for a first look moment together, on one of the many bridges around the venue. The wedding party was a lot of fun! They wore boots, and crocheted topped dresses.

The reception room at the Oaks has a large fireplace, and fun ceiling decor.

For favors the Bride and Groom gave each guest a hand cut piece of wood with their initials on it, and a match box with their wedding date.

Ceremony was held on an outdoor deck with a water fall in the background, with large Oak trees all around. 

Their first dance started out slow, and then ended up in the whole bridal party moshing! So much fun for this awesome couple!
Alana and Ryan, we hope you had a great wedding, and are enjoying married life!

Birthday Sailor First Birthday Party

Posted on February 5, 2014 at 11:24 PM Comments comments (54)
Caden's mommy is a great friend of mine, and a fellow event planner. She is in love with everything chevron and anchor! So for Caden's first birthday he had a Sailor themed bash!
Birthday boy showing off his tug boat shirt!
All set up to Party!

Anchor cookies from Crows Custom Cookies.

Burlap Banner from Rustic Romantic Crafts 

          Everyone loves cake time!

Details from the paper straws to the bakers twine from At Last Party Supply.

Lorax 4th Birthday Party

Posted on October 12, 2013 at 9:38 PM Comments comments (57)
It was party time at our house again! This time for my new 4 year old Meredith! 
Meredith loves the outdoors, playing outside and with her pets, she also loves the movie the Lorax, so we decided on a girly Lorax theme for her!
Here is my sweet girl with her custom made dress from OneTwoThree Shop! We purchase lots of custom made items from them, and each one is amazing quality!
As guested entered the room they were asked to stop by this fun truffula tree back drop and take a photo, with some fun chocolate mustaches that I made.

It was a windy day, so all projects were done indoors. I had the kiddos paint their hands to make Lorax mustaches, of course I didn't get any photos of that. We also had them glue google eyes onto a bucket with orange mustaches, and plant some seeds. 
Food had lots to do with marshmallows and sweets! Also a few of the birthday girl's favorites! 

The cake was made by me, and a 6 layer cake! Also done in the Lorax theme of course!

Favors were fun, and all Dr. Seuss and Lorax themed!

Cristina & Andrew 9-14-13

Posted on September 15, 2013 at 6:37 PM Comments comments (196)
Cristina and Andrew's wedding yesterday was amazing! You could tell they had put a lot of work into planning, and getting their space ready to how they wanted it to look! It was a very romantic rustic themed wedding!
The wedding took place at one of the old Rancho's in Southern California, it's a historical venue, built in the 1800's. Rancho Camulos was perfect for their rustic themed wedding!


The Ceremony took place under a huge tree! Which the bride added floating candles and a chandelier to. The walkway to get to the ceremony from the parking area was lined with signed created by the Groom's mom letting guests know they were going the right way. 

Once the ceremony was over and all the guests made their way to cocktail hour it was hustle time to change the ceremony space into reception space! AV Party Rental supplied all the rentals, and helped set up the dance floor, and move all the reception tables into place. 

It was now party time! Guests danced the night away with DJ/MC service provided by DJ Hector Duron. The amazing cake was provided by Portos Bakery, tastes as wonderful as it looked! 

I cannot wait to see what beautiful images that Andi Peacock Photography reveals in the next couple of weeks! Once she posts those photos we'll do another blog with her photos showcasing her work! 

Shelley & Bruce 7-13-13

Posted on August 8, 2013 at 3:16 PM Comments comments (55)
Shelley and Bruce were married at The Calamigos Equestrian Center, in Burbank, CA; in front of 100 of their family and friends. 

Their cake was designed by Bruce and Shelley themselves, and brought to life by Portos Bakery in Burbank.

Centerpieces and floral designed by the Bride's aunt.

Each guest got to take home a Eiffel Tower bottle opener, Shelley & Bruce were going on a romantic honeymoon in Paris! 

Their photographer Mark was awesome to work with and you can see some of his photos here on the blog, his other work is on his website Jackrabbit Photography