Megan and Kyle both looked stunning on her wedding day at Resort at Pelican Hill…she had dream team Eric and Nancy to style her…but her style is already super sweet. The soft pink silk dupioni box invitation by Rock Paper Scissors Design set the tone for the rest of the wedding. Keep scrolling…
But isn’t the wedding party a good looking bunch? And the boys were so polite too. Megan’s dress was Luly Yang Couture from Seattle and Kyle and boys had custom suits from Hong Kong. Victor took them around Pelican, so many great area for pictures. I included Megan’s bouquet on this blog…it included my favorite 3 flowers, peonies, gardenias and lily of the valley. Hope my husband is reading this blog post.
Does this look like Pelican Hill? Installation of the ceremony started on Friday…wrought iron arches and crystal chandeliers created the magical path for Megan and her father. Garden spray roses tucked in everywhere!
4 different table tops, 3 different chairs, 2 color napkins, beautiful…..can anyone spot where the decal on the dance floor came from? If you look closely, the top of the candle (Party favor), it was the same design in gold. Can you say Trust? Megan did not see a mock up, other than photos and 2 design meetings, she handed it over. Hand made sugar gum paste flowers, well done Pastry at Pelican. Rachel from Rock Paper Scissor rocked the wedding invites and die cut escort cards. And the pet that didn’t make it…but he was great for brunch, yummy carrot cake! I don’t think Megan and Kyle were able to take a bite.
Photos Courtesy of: Victor Sizemore Photography.
Julie of Elysium writes: Check out this amazing wedding!! The combination of Christopher Aldama’s stunning design and the beautiful venue of Pelican Hill made this event over the top gorgeous! And i’m a little bit biased because I LOVED the colors!! Everything about this wedding was super cool. Just wait until the full Arthouse is edited because we couldn’t fit in all the shots of the details in this SDE! There were too many!
Megan and Kyle were super fun to work with! After the SDE was shown on plasma screens, we moved into the After Party which also had killer decor. I’m sure Victor will post the photos soon on his blog. Wait till you see them! The couple truly enjoyed themselves the whole day and were just so happy to be married. It was quite moving!
All in all it was a fabulous day with a fabulous couple. Congrats you two!!