The DIY list: flowers, invitations, menus, place cards, programs (M is a graphic designer, if you can’t tell!) and Peruvian desserts from the groom’s family.
Maura’s dress story… I wanted to choose a dress when my mom and sister were here in California so I chose something I wasn’t in love with. I had it altered and altered until it fit perfectly but the Monday before the wedding I decided I really hated it. When I picked my sister up from the airport I said, “we are getting me a new dress!” The dress I really wanted was always from Stone Cold Fox but I thought maybe it was too cheap and not dressy enough for a wedding. In the end I had three dresses to choose from when I was getting ready that day and I am obsessed with the result—short sleeves and three tiers of cut out chorded lace that are sewn in curves around the scallop.
Maura, her friends, and her five aunts whipped up the flowers using Maura’s company, Edith Coco, which is a DIY flower delivery service in Los Angeles. Her bouquet recipe: Dutch ranunculus, garden roses, kumquats, basil, eucalyptus, amaryllis, pieris japonica, sword fern, larkspur, sunset.
M + K had 130 guests and planned for about a year. See their design inspiration on Pinterest!
Wishing we weren’t too late to snag this jumpsuit from ASOS!
Flip through the gallery below for more from Kenneth + Maura’s wedding:
Photographer: Jenn Emerling / Videographer: Corey Bienert of Sharkpig / Venue: Our Lady of Solitude & Colony 29 / Planning: Arlene Young & Lori Tiedman / Flowers: DIY from Edith Coco / Hair & Makeup: Justine Curran / Printed Goods: Bride / Cake & Catering: F10 Catering & Groom’s Family / Rentals: Planks & Patina / Bride’s Dress: Stone Cold Fox / Blue Suede Block Heels: Urban Outfitters / Veil: Bride’s Mom’s / Earrings: Nordstrom / Lipstick: Charlotte Tilbury Walk of Shame / Rings: Custom from Melissa of Westland Jewelry / Moonstone Ring: Courtney Bensik / Bridesmaid Dresses: J. Crew / Groom & Groomsmen Suits: J. Crew / Shoes: Cole Haan