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With the Four Season Westlake Village's endless list of wedding packages, it's no surprise that Erica and Nick's celebration was a dream come true. This small gathering was a perfect combination of elegance and bohemian. From hues of blush pink, to rich greens, and the creative use of birch wood, the ceremony and reception had an undeniable rustic grace.
Surrounding the ceremony area, the large man-made waterfall, and immense amount of trees intensified the intimate feeling. With all these subtle touches of seclusion and comfort, it was almost like this wonderful couple said their vows in their own, personal world.
With the help of Porras Wedding Consulting, this dream world was brought to life. From blue lace trimmed invitations from The Paper Door to a string quartet from West Coast Music, the simple elegance encompassed Erica and Nick's friends and family.The finishing touches, of course, are the floral arrangements; and this wedding had not lacking in the creativity department there.
Brad Austin Imaginative Florals truly is what the name states. As the bride and bridesmaids hold more classic bouquets, the centerpieces and aisle dividers are far from such. With his outstanding creativity, he took the typical designs, and turned them into understated masterpieces. Two aisle dividers in the style of countryside fences were covered in a wreath of roses, while the reception centerpieces ranged from miniature trees, large bouquets, and even a birch bark log.
As traditional Jewish weddings go, this particular one had a constant stream of modern touches. Even though our beautiful bride wore the customary veil, she also walked down the aisle barefoot. After the classic Hora and breaking of the bread, guests could indulge their sweet at the dessert table lined with apothecary jars filled with various candies. And as always, finish the night with a slice of a beautiful 5-tiered cake.
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