Full of culture and sophistication, Ana and Victor’s wedding was a wonderful and romantic celebration. Stunning architecture and articulate design created the perfect setting for such an occasion.
The couple said their vows in the Ebell‘s glorious tiled courtyard, with crisp white walls, Romanesque archways, and magnificent wooden features. Small palm trees, olive branches and vivid green shrubbery added to the Mediterranean feel of the venue. Circular chandeliers hung low from the high ceilings, suspended above the guests’ heads, while dark wooden chairs neatly filled the mosaic floor. The guest’s eyes were drawn forward by an ornate stone fountain, which lay beneath a magnificent archway, sat upon bright terracotta tiles.
On their special day, our beaming couple and their parties were the picture of sophistication. The groom and his groomsmen sported suave black tuxedos, with bow ties and boutonnieres. Whereas, the bride boasted an elegant white dress, with layers that flowed down to the floor, holding a bouquet made up of cream, white, and luscious green florals. Her Bridesmaids wore sleek simple gowns, two in rich burgundy and two in stunning lilac. They held bunches of white flowers with fresh green stems and vivid purple centers.
After the ceremony, guests were welcomed into the reception area where they were greeted by a stunning selection of baked goods and herbal teas. Once the tables were prepared, guests then moved back into the courtyard for dinner. They were seated on round tables with white linen tablecloths and lilac napkins. Each table donned an intricate centerpiece, consisting of gold and glassware, shrubbery and feathers.
Planner: Orange Blossom Special Events | Venue: Ebell Long Beach | Catering + Bar: Trés LA Catering | Linens: La Tavola Linen | Photography: Brandon Kidd Photography | Videography: Grant Smucker | Florals: Macy Lew | Desserts: Sidecar Doughnuts | Hair + Makeup: Bright Crystal Wedding | Boba Tea Bar: Snow Monster |