The Knot Pro Denver Workshop

We love the opportunity to mingle with other designers and planners from around the country, and we were thrilled at the chance to join the fun at The Knot Pro Workshop in Denver. Collaborating with others is such a vital part of our industry and it’s one of our favorite aspects of what we do. This unique event allowed us to share our experiences and learn from other industry creatives on inspiring ways to take our work to the next level. 

Photography by Sarah Roshan Wedding Photographers

Alison was thrilled at the chance to speak about her experiences building a client base and finding couples who are a good fit with what we do and how we do it. Sharing our journey and hearing others’ stories allows us to cultivate ideas and discover new perspectives, and we are thankful to have The Knot Pro workshop as an outlet for such important connections to be made. 

Not only was the content incredibly valuable, but the event itself was fabulously fun with beautiful designs and trendsetting style that both energized and inspired. A huge thank you to The Knot Pro for organizing the event and to all the vendors who made it possible! 

 

Host: The Knot Pro // Planner + Design: Bella Design & Planning // Venue + Catering: The Ritz-Carlton, Denver // Event Photography: Sarah Roshan Wedding Photographer  // Headshot Photography: Autumn Burke Photography  // Videography: Visualanties // Rentals + Decor + Lighting: Amora Group //Stage Structure: Eclectic Hive // Linens: Nuage Designs, Inc. // Floral Design: Nature’s Grace Design // Entertainment: Hipster Mama Productions // AV: Five- Star Audio Visual // Beauty: Fluff Bar // Photo Booth: Epic Fun Booth // Favors: Great Divide // Sweets Stations + Snacks: Make Your Life Sweeter (Fluffpop) // Event Branding + Stationery: Méldeen // Publishing Partner: Two Bright Lights  // Timeline Program: TImed 


Kristina + David’s Organic Mexican Wedding

Travel has always been a part of Kristina and David’s love story. After falling in love in the streets of London, becoming engaged amidst the beauty of Big Sur, and traveling around the world for years, a destination wedding was a natural choice for their celebration. And after frequent visits to Cabo, they knew it was the perfect locale to celebrate with family and friends.

With pristine beaches and lush landscapes abound, it was easy to find inspiration for the aesthetic, palette, and design details of Kristina and David’s timelessly chic day. Jesse helped clarify their vision, putting the defining qualities of the destination at the forefront of the organic and natural aesthetic of every special moment.

Photography by Braedon Flynn

The couple welcomed their attendants with personalized weave-totes full of some of their favorite quintessential Mexican items. This included a local Mexican cookbook, personalized bracelets and tasty treats to get them through the packed weekend.

Yonder Design created custom paper stationery for the event, including a personalized monogram with the couple’s initials. These personal touches added clean and modern elements to the overall design.

With a close friend as their officiant, Kristina and David wed in a private beach ceremony outside the One & Only Palmilla. The whole event was personal and touching, a moment to never be forgotten by the couple and guests alike.

Local florist, Pina Cate brought a wild and textured ceremony arch to life with soft garden roses, ferns and local greenery. The result was gorgeous and added a botanic touch to the striking ocean backdrop. The organic and clean look continued in bouquets of white and cream, with locally forged greenery bringing the garden-inspired inspiration together.

Ending the ceremony in style, the couple were serenaded by a traditional mariachi band as they walked back down the aisle. What a bright way to end the ceremony!

The reception was held at Flora Farms, an exclusive organic farm where guests are connected to the lush and unique surroundings. It was the perfect relaxed atmosphere and the brilliance of the natural setting continued to set the tone for the celebration.

Local touches were key to the overall design, including the escort card display. Locally glass-blown hearts hung on a garden-embellished custom ladder that appeared to grow out of the surrounding grass. This beautiful display, along with the florally adorned welcome donkey, added to the traditional elements.

Pulling texture and tone inspiration from the stones and earth within the venue’s landscape, the design was organic and served to highlight the gorgeous setting. The soft floral arrangements of every table coordinated, yet were slightly varied in height and style to add visual interest. Embroidered table linens and ceramic plates brought home the mismatched and organic Mexican vibe.

A farm-to-table menu was served family style and was complimented by local fruits such as mangos, guavas, and papayas, all sourced from the venue’s abundant land.

With spicy margaritas in hand and twinkle lights above, the couple and their guests danced well into the night. The couple knew they wanted to create an epic dance party, so they hired both a local band, the Kilometros, and DJ Jesse Kivel to play out the evening. Late-night bites of pizza and ice cream added to the experience.

Kristina and David’s fabulous event was incredibly inspired. With Mexican sunsets, ocean breezes, lush landscapes and loved ones, it was the perfect day. Every effortlessly romantic moment left us all full of love and fond memories.

 

Ceremony Venue: One & Only Palmilla // Reception Venue: Flora Farms // Wedding Planning: Jesse Tombs of Alison Events // Styling MGK Style // Bride’s Wedding Dress:  Oscar de la Renta // Bride’s Reception Dress: Zimmermann // Bride’s Veil:  Oscar de la Renta // Bride’s Earrings: Simons, Van Cleef & Arpels // Bride’s Shoes: Stuart Weitzman // Bride’s Clutch:  Edie Parker // Hair: Mischelle Navar // Makeup: Pircilla Pae // Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Zimmermann // Groom’s Attire: DiorChristian Louboutin // Groom’s Cufflinks: MAVA // Engagement Ring & Wedding Band: Simons // Floral Design & Favors: Pina Cate //Invitations & Paper Products:Yonder Design // Ceremony Music: Francisco Alatorre Mariachi Cabo  // Reception Music: Jesse Kivel of Dart Collective, Kilometro Band // Catering & Cake: Flora Farms // Rentals: Marianna Idrin Designs , Del Cabo Event Design , Victor Valdez Productions // Linens: La Tavola Linen // Transportation: Impala Cabo Transportation Services // Security: Pacific Blue // Videography: Elysium Productions // Photography:  Braedon Flynn // Wedding Accommodations & Honeymoon Planning: Ever After Honeymoons


Caroline + Nicholas’ Artful Japanese Wedding

Caroline + Nicholas, both intensely creative and purpose-driven people, take on the world and its challenges standing side-by-side. Meeting at their first job out of college, the couple has been through it all. From the foundation of companies to the discovering of dreams, their love has continued to thrive.

Photography by Norman & Blake

Every detail of the wedding was custom designed. From the gowns for both the rehearsal dinner and wedding ceremony, designed with Alon Livne in his NYC studio, to the stunning living floral sculpture worn by the bride at the ceremony. The draping effect of the greenery and white blossoms left us in awe. Lotus & Ash incorporated concrete, gold and lucite materials within the paper suite, adding to the modern and sophisticated style.  All of these details were inspired works of art.

The Benesse House overlooks the Seto Inland Sea, providing a picturesque and artful experience for Caroline + Nicholas’ wedding. With its multilayered art displays and blending of the natural environment, guests were able to engage with art and nature at every turn.

This coupling of nature, art, and design inspired Caroline and Nicholas, who were the first Western couple honored with the privilege to be married at the Japanese Art Sanctuary of Naoshima, within Tadao Ando’s Benesse House.

 

Caroline + Nicholas were proud to seek out talented vendors for their big day, surrounding themselves with designers and creators who reflected their values and aesthetic. And the result? Every detail was thoughtfully cultivated and reminiscent of their love. It was a romantic and incredibly intimate event, reflecting Benesse’s artful journey towards well-being and the love of the beautiful couple.

Event Planning: Alison Events // Location: Japanese Art Sanctuary of Naoshima – Tadao Ando’s Benesse House // Photography: Norman & Blake // Videography: Max Cutrone // Dresses: Alon Livne // Stylist: Eyob Yohannes // Accessories: Nathalie Trad // Living Floral Sculpture: Akemi Tamaribuchi, Marchesa, Reem Acra // Floral Art: Amanda Luu + Ivanka Matsuba of Studio Mondine // Paper Materials: Ashland Loh Doyle of Lotus & Ash


Emily + Siddhartha’s Abundant Love

For their wedding, Emily and Siddhartha wanted to celebrate not only their love, but the natural bounty and sweet refinement of California’s wine country. With thoughtful design elements, powerful color choices and a gorgeous venue, we were able to highlight the peaceful nature of Napa’s rolling hills and green vineyards.

The invitation suite, created by Yonder Design, was thoughtful and well curated. With a unique horizontal orientation and muted color tones, the cards added style and reflected the understated elegance of the day. It was the perfect way to set the rustic yet modern tone for the wedding.

Photography by Jesse Leake Photography 

Emily’s garden-inspired bouquet was a sight to see, tying in richly colored dahlias, sweet smelling jasmine, and gorgeous greenery. Natalie Bowen Designs tied it all together with a hand-dyed silk ribbon. The bouquet and the bride were stunning. The groom and wedding party added to the vivid color pops, looking dashing in various shades of blue.

In classic Indian tradition, the groom traveled with friends and family to the venue, encircled by loved ones while dancing to hit Bollywood songs and the beats of traditional Indian dhol drums. And when they arrived at the barn, Emily and her side of the party joined in the celebration, a beautiful blending of the joining families.

Guests were then led to the dreamiest of ceremony sites: a large, wooden structure with airy, white drapery. The neutral palettes of white and green florals were highlighted with wooden elements, creating a relaxed and natural atmoshpere for Emily and Siddhartha to begin the rest of their lives. The service was perfectly blended with Hindu, Jewish, and non-denominational elements to create a personal and beautiful moment.

As the celebration continued into cocktail hour, pops of color were introduced through the florals and intimate lounge settings. Soft pinks and bright raspberry tones in the flowers brightened the space, while the vintage rentals from Found grounded the space in luxurious comfort.

Multiple design elements throughout the night gave nods to the couple’s love of fresh food, local markets and the abundance of California’s wine country. The escort card display utilized fruits and veggies, which were nestled in wooden market crates. And all the fine produce served as a delicious parting gift to guests.

Guests were wowed when they finally entered the barn for the reception. They were greeted with abundant greenery, vivid florals, and bountiful produce that added natural warmth and wonder. Organic wood tones and textures paired with linen runners along the farm tables added to the pastoral feel.

Jessica Lasky Catering sourced local cheeses, fruits and vegetables for the most delicious family style meal. Marble platters on each table were engraved with the couple’s monograms, adding to the touches of elegance and personality of the evening. The enjoyment was capped with a smattering of their favorite desserts in leu of traditional cake. Such a sweet way to end the evening.

There was bounty and colorful brilliance in all elements of Emily and Siddhartha’s beautiful celebration. The entire event was a true reflection of the joyful and abundant spirit of their love.

 

Event Planning: Jesse Tombs of Alison Events Planning + Design // Photography: Jesse Leake Photography // Venue: The Barn at Green Valley // Catering: Jessica Lasky Catering // Flowers: Natalie Bowen Design // Videography: Shark Pig Weddings // Stationery: Yonder Design // Calligraphy: Plume // Rentals: Bright Event Rentals, Found Rentals, La Tavola Fine Linens, Standard Party Rentals, Zephyr Tents // Music: Dart Collective, Fusion Roadshow // Bride’s Gown: Mira Zwillinger // Hair + Makeup: Betten Chaston // Bridesmaid’s Dresses: Monique Lhuillier // Groom’s Attire: SS Homme, Tom Ford // Groom’s Accessories: Brioni, Mont Blanc // Groomsmen’s Suits + Ties: J. Crew // Lighting: Bright Event Rentals // Transportation: Napa Valley Wine Tours


Tiny Atlas Creative Retreat

There is nothing more rejuvenating than time spent in nature, and here in California we are surrounded by such natural beauty that it’s key to take a step outside and use that beauty to creatively recharge from time to time. We recently had the unique opportunity to join Tiny Atlas’ creative community at one of their retreats, and we were beyond inspired.

Nestled in the canyons, surrounded by towering redwoods, coastal terrain, and fresh ocean air, we were led through workshops to flex our creative muscles in writing, photography and drawing. Days were spent in exploration of the natural beauty and our artistic voices. And nights were enjoyed with serenades and stories, building relationships around the fire. It was a true glamping experience that allowed us to fully recharge and reconnect.

 

Retreat: Tiny Atlas Creative Retreat // Photographers: Emily Nathan, Michael O’neil, Daniel Dent // Tent-Cabins: Mendocino Grove // Drawing Workshop: Sharon Matas // Writing Workshop: Laura Rubin of Allswell Creative // Catering: Catering Cousins // Nightly Serenade: Chase McBride


Potluck Hospitality Conference 2018

Photography by Marble Rye Photography

With hospitality standards constantly being raised and creativity reaching new heights in innovation and artistry, now is an incredibly exciting time to be a part of the events industry. So when we were invited to speak at this year’s Potluck Hospitality Conference, Jesse jumped at the opportunity to be part of the exciting conversation on what’s coming next and how to make your mark.

This 2-day conference was designed so beautifully, full of inspiring details and gorgeous moments. Held within a hidden gem in DTLA, Valentine is a distinctive space that was the perfect backdrop for this exciting event. Potluck partnered with the best of the best for this one, pulling out all of the stops to provide interesting and interactive moments amongst industry creatives. And let’s not forget the deliciously fresh eats, striking spaces and fabulously fun details!

Luxury spaces and hospitality are all about the fine details and building a strong sense of brand awareness. And after years of working with event spaces and vendors across the country, Jesse had much to share about creating an authentic hospitality experience and what that means when defining one’s brand and establishing lasting relationships.

After full days of fabulous conversations, the fun was just getting started! A Snappy Camper photo booth brought smiles to our faces, while one of Dart Collective’s DJs provided the perfect soundtrack to the evening. We were treated with delicious foods almost too beautiful to eat (almost) and a dessert table that made your mouth water just looking at it. So many awesome ideas to bring home to our couples!

YEAH! Rentals pulled together striking lounge spaces in which to mingle, adding the perfect touch of mid-century sophistication and California-cool styling to accentuate the tone of the space. And the table settings inspired, showing off varied styles and colors. The bright, spring hues of the florals, designed by Twig & Twine, tied it all together beautifully.

Everything was curated thoughtfully to delight all the senses. A huge thanks to Potluck Hospitality for providing us all with such a meaningful and rewarding experience. We had an incredible time collaborating with and inspiring industry creatives!

 

Host: Potluck Hospitality // Venue: Valentine DTLA // Photography: Marble Rye Photo // Graphic Design + Branding: Oh Babushka // Name Tags + Tassels: The Idea Emporium // Rentals: Bright Event Rentals // Florals: Twig & Twine // Lounge Furniture: YEAH! Rentals // DJ: Dart Collective // Photo Booth: A Snappy Camper // Oysters: Oysters XO // Catering: Whoa Nelly Caters, Hungry Bear Catering Co., Taste of Pace // Crudite: Lady and Larder // Dessert Table: Cake Monkey Bakery // Design + Baked Goods: Wilmarose, Scootabaker // Tablescape Design + Goods: Ro & Co Events, Bright Event Rentals, La Tavola Linen, YEAH! Rentals 


Venue Spotlight: Rancho Valencia

All images by Braedon Photography

California is full of totally gorgeous venues for weddings and celebrations. While we wish we could visit them all, sometimes we need a fantastic reason to get in the car and drive. That’s why we were so thrilled when Brooke Keegan invited us to spend the weekend at Rancho Valencia! Located in Rancho Santa Fe, this resort and spa has it all: Hacienda styling, inviting courtyards, cozy suites with in-room fireplaces, and incredible food that will make your guests wish they could stay forever. Take a peek at these incredible photos by Braedon Photography, and you’ll see what we mean!

Thank you so much to Brooke and the Rancho Valencia team for having us as your guests!

Venue: Rancho Valencia // Photography: Braedon Photography // Cinematography: Cloudless Weddings // Welcome Floral & Décor: Blush Botanicals // Monday Breakfast Floral & Décor: Isari Flower Studio // Monday Lunch Floral & Décor: Flowers Annette Gomez // Monday Dinner and Tuesday Breakfast Floral & Décor: Olive Willow Designs // Press: Wedding Chicks // Rentals: Classic Party Rentals San Diego // Paper: Jen Simpson Design // Turndown Gifts: Plum Pretty Sugar, B. toffee


In the Press: Elizabeth and Patrick on Style Me Pretty

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There’s nothing like a wedding at home, especially when your family’s backyard is as gorgeous as Elizabeth’s! She and Patrick pulled out the stops for their elegantly rustic wedding at Elizabeth’s mother’s home in Napa, with stunning mountain views and an intimate garden vibe. From the softly textured invitations to the linen tablecloths and lush blush and white centerpieces, it was everything you’d imagine for a wedding on a September afternoon in California.

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The lace appliqué on Elizabeth’s gown gave the classic silhouette a modern spin, while Patrick was so handsome in a traditional tuxedo. And those kids! From ring bearers in pink suspenders to flower girls (six of them!) in blush dresses in flower crowns, the little ones almost stole the show — almost. Elizabeth came down the aisle carrying a bouquet that included blooms from her mother’s garden, then the couple’s wedding bands were passed amongst the guests before the couple exchanged vows.

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The sweet ceremony was capped off with an indulgent spread from Paula LeDuc Fine Catering, from tuna tartar cones and miniature tacos to a salad of tomatoes and smoked mozzarella and local beef filet with grilled corn ragout. A white dance floor overlooked the valley, full of grape vines, and Project M kept it packed until guests headed to the grotto for the after-party.

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Want more about this fabulous fall celebration? Head over to Style Me Pretty to see the feature!

 

Photography: Jesse Leake // Planning & Design: Alison Events // Venue: Bride’s Family Home // Floral Design: Kathleen Deery Design // Invitations: A Day in May Design // Officiant: Lisa Francesca // Hair & Makeup: SHE Artists // Rentals: La Tavola Fine Linen, Urban Parlor, Standard Party Rentals // Draping & Tent: Bright Event Rentals // Lighting: Illusions Lighting Design // Catering: Paula LeDuc Fine Catering // Cake: Perfect Endings // Band: Élan Artists // DJ: Boutique DJs // Photo Booth: Magbooth // Cinematography: Max and Molly Films


In the Press: Sara and Shepard in Magnolia Rouge

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When Sara and Shepard decided to leave Portland behind and come to California for their wedding, we knew we needed to find the perfect place that would combine their modern and effortless aesthetic, their love of the outdoors, and the beauty that Wine Country is known for. Durham Ranch was the perfect spot, where the barn’s clean lines and the rolling hills set the scene for a celebration that was elegant and natural, with a contemporary twist.

 

We dressed up the sleek black and white color scheme with lots of greenery, hints of wood, pops of gold, and tons of candlelight. The bride loved the black and gold pendant lights strung over the kings’ tables so much, one of them now hangs in the couple’s home!

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The pair made the most of Durham Ranch’s open space, with a ceremony in the courtyard and lounge seating by the pool. They also made the most of the party — Sara started the day in a gorgeous Elizabeth Fillmore gown with a chic peplum, but changed into a lace Monique Lhuillier jumpsuit so she could dance all night!

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Congratulations, Sara and Shepard! Check out more of their wedding, featured in Magnolia Rouge.

Photography: Erich McVey // Event Planning and Design: Alison Events // Venue: Durham Ranch // Floral Design: Brown Paper Design // Stationery: Little Miss Press // Wedding Gown: Elizabeth Fillmore // Shoes: Aquazzura // Jewelry: Alexis Bittar // Hair: Sherri Long // Makeup: Priscilla Francine Makeup // Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Zimmermann // Grooms’ Attire: Hugo Boss // Catering: Paula LeDuc Fine Catering // Cake: Perfect Endings // Videography: Joel VanZ // DJ: Josh Dukes // Band: Ground Control


How to Word Wedding Invitations

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Invitation by 48 Savvy Sailors, Photo by Elizabeth Messina

While your first thought when it comes to your wedding invitation might be what it will look like, what it says is just as important. The etiquette behind wording an invitation depends on a whole list of details, from who’s hosting (read: paying) to whether the ceremony is religious or secular to whether your parents are divorced and remarried. Who knew?

Thankfully, we’ve got the fabulous team over at Hello!Lucky to help you navigate all the options. Here are six of the most common variations, but if these don’t quite fit your situation, you can find even more in my All the Essentials Wedding Planner!

Who’s Hosting: The Bride’s Parents
Style: Formal
The Ceremony: Religious
The Reception: Separate Location

Mr. and Mrs. James Marshall
request the honor of your presence
at the marriage of their daughter

Joan Evelyn
to
Adam James Walker

Saturday, the twenty-second of June
two thousand fourteen
at half past four in the afternoon

The First Presbyterian Church
1333 3rd Street
Cumberland Island, Georgia

and afterward at a reception
Greyfield Inn
4048 Bright Highway
Cumberland Island, Georgia

Who’s Hosting: The Bride’s Parents
Style: Formal
The Ceremony: Secular
The Reception: Same Location

Mr. and Mrs. James Marshall
request the pleasure of your company
at the marriage of their daughter

Joan Evelyn
to
Adam James Walker

Saturday, the twenty-second of June
two thousand fourteen
at half past four in the afternoon

Greyfield Inn
4048 Bright Highway
Cumberland Island, Georgia

Reception to follow

Who’s Hosting: The Bride’s Parents
Style: Informal
The Ceremony: Secular
The Reception: Same Location

Mr. and Mrs. James Marshall
invite you to share in the celebration
of the marriage of their daughter

Joan Evelyn
to
Adam James Walker

Saturday, the twenty-second of June
two thousand fourteen
at half past four in the afternoon

Greyfield Inn
4048 Bright Highway
Cumberland Island, Georgia

Dinner and dancing to follow

Who’s Hosting: The Couple
Style: Formal
The Ceremony: Secular
The Reception: Same Location

Joan Evelyn Marshall
and
Adam James Walker

invite you with great pleasure
to celebrate their marriage

Saturday, the twenty-second of June
two thousand fourteen
at half past four in the afternoon

Greyfield Inn
4048 Bright Highway
Cumberland Island, Georgia

Reception to follow

Who’s Hosting: The Couple
Style: Casual
The Ceremony: Secular
The Reception: Same Location

Together with their parents
Joan Evelyn Marshall
and
Adam James Walker

invite you to share in the joy
of their wedding day

Saturday, the twenty-second of June
two thousand fourteen
at half past four in the afternoon

Greyfield Inn
4048 Bright Highway
Cumberland Island, Georgia

Dinner and dancing to follow

Who’s Hosting: Same Sex Couple
Style: Formal
The Ceremony: Secular
The Reception: Same Location
(Note: Most sample wording can be adapted to same sex marriages.)

Patrick Edward McClellan
and
Adam James Walker

invite you to share our joy
and support our love
as we are united in
the commitment of marriage

Saturday, the twenty-second of June
two thousand fourteen
at half past four in the afternoon

Greyfield Inn
4048 Bright Highway
Cumberland Island, Georgia

Dinner and dancing to follow