Bright Symphony of Colors


Bright, powerful and fresh, like the two seasons themselves, Natalie Choi Events staged her vision of breathtaking wedding inspirations between spring and fall.

In addition to bright colors reminiscent of sweet and sour citrus fruits, pure white and soft green created an exciting play of contrasts, and in the end merged into a harmonious unity in front of our eyes.

But even our noses would be thrilled if they could smell this wonderful symphony of fragrances that floral designer The Loved Co  created with the help of beautiful flowers and floral arrangements.

Whether as a floating background, a bridal bouquet or a filigree centerpiece on the simple dinner table – these artful highlights helped every motif to perfection.

The two brides seem to have been perfect and flawless, although they could not be more different visually. However, they share a great passion in their feminine sensuality and stylish sexiness.

The one blonde and blue-eyed, in an orange shoulder-covered dress, which seems to hide more at first glance than it actually reveals. The other dark-haired and pale, in a seductive white neck holder dress, which skilfully stages her feminine curves.

Frank and yet mysterious, a concept that was not only perfectly embodied by the two brides. Even in the stationery of Isidore Augustine and the elaborate table design, we find all the small, hidden details that surprise us.

Let’s see if you feel the same way when you dive into the colorful world of Luna de Mare.


Photography: Luna de Mare Photography
Event Coordination: Natalie Choi Events
Floral Design: The Loved Co 
Boutique: Kinsley James Couture Bridal
Jumpsuit: Rita Vinieris 
Amber Gown: Leanne Marshall
Venue: The Harper OC
Agency: O Models
Navy Earrings: Oscar De La Renta
Floral Earrings: Jennifer Behr
HMUA: Sandee Artistry 
HMUA: Jinjutha
HMUA: Kohnur
Model: Paige Palmari 
Model: Mallory Abraham 
Paper Goods: Isidore Augustine 
Handmade Plates: Handmade Studio TN 
Linens: La Tavola Fine Linen Rental
Ring: Grace Lee Designs
Ceramics: Balcony Studio

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