If you missed it yesterday, this lovely wedding was featured on Style Me Pretty!  It seriously doesn’t get more elegant and timeless than this, which perfectly matches Mark & Jessica.  At our initial consultation, they told me about Mark’s elaborate plan to propose at the dream suite at Disneyland.  Jessica has been a huge Disney fan all her life, so Mark wanted to find ways to subtly and elegantly incorporate Disney for her.  He might be the most thoughtful man I ever met based on the amount of thought and attention to detail he put into this proposal.

One of the most thoughtful elements was that he incorporated two hidden mickeys in her ring.  Take a look at her ring below and see if you can find the hidden mickey…

The hidden mickey is florescent diamonds, so in natural light, they look normal.  But under a black light (aka many of the Disney rides!) the mickeys glow!  Did you find it?  Hint, it’s where the band splits.

Black and white film was so perfect for their classic affair.

And how about this 1927 Packard?!

LOVE this next photo of them in the car:

I also LOVE the wrist corsages for bridesmaids!

Another favorite element of mine was the 1920’s band they had, Carte Blanche.  I felt like I was at Disneyland!  So fun and nostalgic!

Wedding Venue: Bel-Air Bay Club in Los Angeles, California / Wedding Planning + Design: Amber Events / Floral Design: Butterfly Floral & Event Design / Wedding Cinematography: Loyd Caloma Films / Wedding Invitations: Copper Willow Paper Studio /Band: Carte Blanche via Elan Artists / DJ: Joseph Swenson (senorflava@hotmail.com) / Stage Draping: Dazian / Photo Booth: Photo Illusion, LLC / Lighting: Stage Labs / Rentals: Town & Country Event Rentals / 1927 Packard: Classic Limos / Wedding Dress: Monique Lhuillier / Bride’s Shoes: Prada / Bride’s Necklace: Kate Spade / Bride’s Earrings: Antiques via Neil Lane / Bride’s Feather Hair Clip: Handmade by the Bride’s Sister, Kristi / Hair + Makeup: Leslie Alejandro / Groom’s Tuxedo: Hugo Boss / Groom’s Shoes: Salvatore Ferragamo


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  1. I recognized one of the bridemaids as Christine Chang. And I found Mickey before reading your giveaway. Simply beautiful work here, Caroline.


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