Cowboy Take Me Away!
Cowboy Take Me Away!
We can’t think of a more perfect way to incorporate elements of cement and crystal clear glass to play up the cool, urban vibe of the loft.
One of the most special parts of wedding planning and coordination is seeing a couple's love and personality come through in all the little details.
Have you ever attended a party or event and thought, “How did they make everything look so perfect? How is it all so well planned? And how is the host/hostess not freaking the F out right now?”
When this down to earth couple experienced some difficulty securing an outdoor venue around their preferred date, this creative pair came up with an even better solution: bring the outdoors inside! The Hudson Loft in Downtown LA presented a perfect canvas for the juxtaposition of lush greenery with urban industrialism. Did Christine and Brandon perhaps predict the 2017 Pantone Color of the Year? We certainly wouldn’t put it past this stylish, DIY savvy pair!
Sunday Funday Pop-Up Shop published in the Spring 2017 issue of Mingle Magazine
One of my friends gave us the best advice - make sure to take time to soak everything in since the night would be such a blur.
When faced with a flurry of dress codes and dropping temperatures, what’s the well-meaning wedding guest to do? Here are 3 ways to keep warm this winter wedding season.
With engagement season in full swing, we wanted to share a few tips to the soon-to-be-married couple know about planning their wedding!
There’s something magical in a child’s 1st birthday, but to have Mickey & Minnie join in on the celebration is purely fantasmic!
Cheers to 2017! We are so incredibly honored to have our Beer Tasting Dinner Party published in the current issue of Mingle Magazine. Copies are available on newsstands.
I’ve had lots of ideas over the years. And many that never came true. I wanted to be interviewed by Matt Lauer, flying to the moon, or even opening a bed and breakfast. When I first thought of writing a book in March 2009 it could have been like any of these. Yet there was something about it that held a promise of potential and excitement.
Some couples follow the “Golden Rule” of weddings; Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, and Something Blue. Other couples take that golden rule and bend it to show off their personalities. In this case, Something Brewed was center stage, as in home-brewed beer by the couple, at this cute and fun DIY California wedding!
When planning an event, incorporating something new and exciting can be at the top of the party planning list. One event staple, the Dessert Bar is in the process of being upgraded! We’re here to show you 3 new Dessert Bars that will blow your guests away!
The VENUE in Huntington Beach, California is not your typical, run-of-the-mill event space. The VENUE “celebrates individualism. Just like every couple, corporate VP or coordinator is different, every event should be unique and custom-tailored to taste. The 11,000 square-foot space serves as a blank canvas for your imagination.
There are few things that are sweeter than a First Birthday; there are even fewer sweeter things than a Sweet Shoppe themed First Birthday! Kaitlyn’s First Birthday, hosted at Chubby Cheek Cafe, was a combination of pretty pastels, sweet treats, and some sparkle provided by the amazing La Tavola Linen!
Many say that “Love is patient. Love is Kind”. But what about those that want a little more OOMPH!in their love? We say Love is BOLD! Love is BRIGHT! Love is SWEET! This fun and hip shoot (Photographed at The Raymond Restaurant, a hidden gem in Pasadena, California) focuses on the thought that love is bold, bright, and sweet!
California is known for its crazy-cool casual weddings, but when an Orange County couple goes Black Tie, we take notice. Anh and John wanted to capture their love in a classic and minimalist fashion at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts; a glass and marble masterpiece that is home to orchestras and plays.
When it comes to planning a wedding and starting a life together, compromise is the name of the game. Making sure that both the Bride and the Groom get exactly what they want on their wedding day can be difficult, but by working together toward a common goal, the day is sure to be an amazing success. Cue: Jannie and Tom!
With the New Year comes resolutions, engagements, style changes, and most importantly, the Pantone 2015 Color of the Year: Marsala!