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The great thing about event planning is, there’s never a dull moment. Each venue is so different; each couple or client has a unique vision. Working with a variety of vendors and clients is the best part of our job. Here’s a round up of some of the fun moments of 2013.

In both our work and private lives, we try to be as green as possible – I think I was the only person I knew (at the time) who took the subway and buses whenever possible when I had a regular commute over a decade ago – and now, public transportation in the Car Capital of the USA is booming. Being a part of MoveLA’s annual conference was a chance to see how people are working hard to make a difference. Together, we worked with Homegirl Catering and LM Event Productions, who provided the tables, chairs, lighting, and AV. Amy Williams Photography captured the day.

Photo by Amy Williams of Amy Williams Photography-


Our experience has included design production for television, and being able to use our skills with power tools, sewing, and other hands-on fabrication has added unique, custom touches to our weddings.

Handmade Table number with calligraphy by Calligraphy Katrina

Our custom-made curtains, made to fit the arbor at Sportsmen's Lodge perfectly. No nails or screws necessary! Photo by


While we love our out-of-the-box weddings, there’s nothing like a gorgeous ballroom done up to the nines. We loved pulling together the details on these luxurious weddings.

Ballroom Wedding at Trump International. Florals by Flower Duet. Photo by Sam Lim Studio,

A gorgeous, intimate Terranea wedding. Event Design by Lady Liberty Events, Photography by Brandon Kidd Photography:

Unique ideas abound at every event – it’s our job to bring those elements that reflect our client’s personalities and taste to life.

Champagne Flavored Jello Shots filled out a dessert spread by CakeGoodness. Photo by Sam Lim Studio.

Stained wood panels create a modern, natural backdrop at SmogShoppe. Florals by Valerie Jurado Design.

We were off to Paris again, and we’ll be jetting there again in late spring 2014. While April was rainy, many French think rain is good luck for a couple, and it must be true – everything went smooth as silk.

Scenes from our April 2103 wedding in Paris - photo by Yann Audic / Lifestories Wedding Photography,

We had the opportunity to coordinate our second wedding in Palm Springs, too. We love it in the desert – the resort feel, the weather, and the scenery: clear blue skies meeting the mountains.

A stunning backdrop in Palm Springs, at the Horizon Hotel. Photo by Danny and Ken Jones.

Looking back is fun, but even more exciting is looking ahead to the new year. Happy 2014 everyone!