Category Archives: Reds/Pinks
It’s always so great when we see our couples happy – the picture above captures it all. Our decor for Anjali & Jay’s reception at the San Diego Manchester Hyatt on December 12, 2009 was the very picture of elegance. … Continue reading
Congratulations to Anjali and Jay whose ceremony on December 12, 2009 at the San Diego Manchester Hyatt we thoroughly enjoyed decorating!
When our couples tell us they want to add personal touches to the decor, we say, “go for it!” Renee and Matthew gave a cute little addition to the table decor by giving us pictures of them in yoga poses … Continue reading
We love the bold reds that our brides choos. In a multicultural ceremony, Renee and Matthew joined together in marriage on October 11, 2009 at the Clark Estate in Santa Fe Springs. Congratulations!
So many florals for the beautiful bride Sonia at the Renaissance Hotel in Chicago on August 15, 2009! Her elaborate aisle and mandap created stunning and long-lasting impressions on the guests, the bride and groom, and even all the vendors!
On the rare occasion, EE goes to Chicago to do weddings because that’s where Smita, our lead designer and CEO, did weddings before she came to California! Sonia’s pre-wedding was a happy multicolored event at the Renaissance Hotel in August. … Continue reading
It felt quite Zen at Mansi & Archit’s reception at the Rancho Sol Del Pacifico in Malibu on May 30, 2009 because of the bamboo theme. Lovely light reception with plenty of greens and pinks!
With reds and oranges, Mansi and Archi got married May 30, 2009 at the hospitable Rancho Sol Del Pacifico in Malibu with the use of a traditional mandap and tropical-seeming decor.
Let the sparks fly! Inspired by firecrackers for this multicultural wedding, we created unique centerpieces to celebrate Michelle & Chirag’s wedding at their reception on May 9, 2009 at the Laguna Cliffs Marriott. Thank you to David Tosti for the … Continue reading
What a fun lively wedding for Michelle and Chirag at the gorgeous Laguna Cliffs Marriott on May 9, 2009! Thanks to David Tosti for the photographs.