Colorful disco Ruby Street wedding
Don’t you love it when couples aren’t afraid to channel bold color in their weddings? The big day is all about celebrating love, so why not make it as cheerful as possible? Sharea and Mikal loved the colorful and modern style of The Ruby Street, especially those gorgeous stained glass windows. It inspired them to highlight the simplicity of its modern style while bringing in a bright, whimsical, and celebratory vibe. With five children celebrating right alongside them, a fun, family-centric event was another high priority. They brought in lots of activities (like a cotton candy cart and caricature artist) for all ages to enjoy, and of course, everyone could appreciate the stylish details throughout. Anna Zajac Weddings was behind the lens and Kindred Weddings & Events helped them bring it all together.
The bougainvillea backdrop sure fits perfectly with the colorful vibe, huh? This first look is so cute!
Love this look for the groom and groomsmen with a spring wedding!
This ceremony arch! Colorful florals, grasses, and disco balls?! Anthurium Untold truly transformed the space.
What’s a family friendly wedding without a massive dessert display?! Guessing all the littles were in heaven…
For the reception, they brought in the bold colors and textures we saw in the ceremony, but kept the tables more minimal to really blend with the modern, airy space.
Such a fun wedding!
Photography: Anna Zajac Weddings | Venue: The Ruby Street in Los Angeles, CA (No longer booking events) | Videography: Gabe DeLaCruz Films | Coordination: Kindred Weddings & Events | Florist: Anthurium Untold | Catering & Bartending: Max City BBQ | Tabletop Rentals: Borrowed BLU | Dessert: Puffect Bakery & Cafe | DJ: DJ Trey Money | Valet: Jeffrey Valet | Photobooth: SmileBooth | Cotton Candy Cart: The Jolly Sheep | Caricature Artist: Caricatures by Doctor Reyes | Shaved Ice Cart: Happy Ice | Hair Artist: LC Perfected | Makeup Artists: Kreeative Beauty & Manuel Espinoza