Monthly Archives: August 2016

Lydia 1
Hi friends! I had the pleasure of planning Lydia Hearst and Chris Hardwick’s amazing wedding at the Langham Huntington in Pasadena, CA. I really had a lot of fun with this event because the couple was very unconventional, which I LOVE. They’re a bit nerdy too (they met on the set of the set of The Talking Dead after all) so we took inspiration from some ...
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  1. Fotos de Boda reply

    Absolutely brilliantly captured man, truly world class all round.

  2. Pedro Baker reply

    WOW. So good! The Bears Wedding Band would love to play there!

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Offsite wedding
Hello friends! Weddings are considered “offsite” if the space doesn’t have a commercial kitchen or basics like tables, linens, dinnerware, etc. Think outdoor and indoor places like beaches, parks, urban lofts, open fields and more. Off-site weddings are some of my favorites because you really get to bring it all in and get super creative. But there are...
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100 years cake
Hi friends! Wedding trends come and go (and then come back again!) so it’s always fun to look back at how certain aspects of weddings have changed over the years. Mode just released a video that shows you 100 years of wedding cake trends in under three minutes. Check out the fun video with the cakes designed by Gabrielle Feuersinger: I can tell y...
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  1. Melissa reply

    What a wonderful history lesson!! I think my favorite standout is the one from 1936. I can imagine that very cake sitting pretty in the lounge of The Ebell even today!! Thanks for the wonderful share!!
    ~Melissa
    The Ebell of Los Angeles

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Groom duties
Hello friends! Weddings are often touted as the bride’s “big day.” But what about your lovely groom? A wedding is supposed to celebrate you both as a couple, after all! So how do you make sure your groom is represented in your nuptials…and get him involved in a little bit of the planning action? Read on… Give him choices. This is especially hel...
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  1. Karina reply

    Involving grooms is such an evolving concept and so much fun. He can get involved with the music, the bride can wear something of his as her “borrowed”, create a mancave, of sorts, for him. Playing up what makes each couple fun and exciting is the best part! Love this idea.

  2. Huerto Santa Maria reply

    It sounds really as a great bunch of good ideas, thanks!

  3. Fotógrafo bodas Valencia reply

    Good Idea!Thanks

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http://www.denniskwanphotography.com - © 2016 Dennis Kwan Photography
Hi friends! If you know me, you know I’m a huge fan of ABC’s The Bachelor and The Bachelorette. I’ve even planned a few of their weddings (my most recent was for the adorable Sean and Catherine). So for this year’s finale of ABC’s The Bachelorette, I teamed up with Wedding Paper Divas to host the cutest viewing party at my apartment in NYC. And our...
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