Jewel-toned Mansion Wedding
Updated: Sep 27, 2021
2020 screwed over a ton of weddings. Even though this November 2020 wedding got moved to May of 2021, it worked out for the better. The weather was amazing and a ceremony originally slated to be indoors moved outside, right where there is a gorgeous view of the mountains.
This wedding was a beautiful blend of DIY and class. To match the flower bouquet and specialty drinks, Rosie of Shattered Pencil Studios designed water color assets. Her pieces were placed on the invitations with the help of Art Paper Scissors, drink posters, menus, and wedding website. Love, Rose stepped in with the arrangement of the assets and typography. Every sign was made in-house to match the jewel tone palette, with an emphasis on royal blue and silver.
For the flowers, Erin from J&M Floral and Event stepped up to the plate and hit a home run. The floral palette was originally darker for November, and to accommodate for May, Erin went flower by flower. The palette got a face lift for spring with the addition of golds and fuchsias. To capture the event in full bloom, Karmapants Photography provided authentic, rich-toned, and artistic imagery. The blog Fearless Photographers never disappoints!
Posh DJs provided a wonderful mix of heartfelt and upbeat music for every phase of the wedding. For the ceremony, a strings trio performed romantic music and switched to classic rock covers for the cocktail hour. Julian stepped in for the reception and got the party moving.
More images will be added to the blog posts in the next few weeks. Stay tuned!
Planner: Love, Rose: Events & Design
Vow book, ceremony signs, table sign, bridesmaid hangers: Love, Rose: Events & Design
Venue: The Mansion at Natirar
Watercolor creations: Shattered Pencil Studios
Photographer: Karmapants Photography
Florist: J&M Floral and Event
Invitations: Art Paper Scissors
DJ: Posh DJs