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This spring, brides are ditching the monochromatic compact bouquet for the more-is-more version, according to a few of California’s go-to florists.
Everything you need to create your first home sweet home.
When L.A.-based event planner Beth Helmstetter visited Haiti following the devastating earthquakes of 2010, she had an inspired idea:
Three emerging California wedding creatives reveal what the new season holds for fresh, fabulous design.
“When I first started my business 22 years ago, wedding planners weren’t that common,”
San Francisco floral company Studio Mondine wins over California couples with its landscape to tablescape approach.
This season, Diana Perrin of Casa de Perrin is endorsing subtle, metallic tabletop embellishments.
In keeping with this season’s trending rose-gold hues and muted metallics,
At Sea Ranch Lodge, Stefanie Cove injects a pop of color into one of California’s most beloved—yet challenging—locales.
Since launching Glassell Park floral design studio Viva Voce two years ago,