Featured on Kara's Party Ideas!

We are so, so excited that our oldest sister, Michelle is pregnant with her first baby! She is due in July, so we threw her a fun mid-century modern baby shower filled with all of her favorite things.

The shower was featured this week over on Kara's Party Ideas, so head over there to see all of our inspiration and all the photos from the day!

Above is our design board that we created for the shower, full of modern, fresh, colorful and fun elements. We worked together with our mom to come up with the perfect baby shower theme that reflected both our sister's style and that would suit a baby boy on the way!

Our sister's house is full of clean, modern decor, and she has always been inspired by mid-century modern style, so naturally we wanted to mimic this in her shower design. Luckily our mom is very creative and crafty, and she really was the driving force behind all this cuteness. check out the terra cotta cactus planters she painted and planted for each centerpiece!

Every table had a different napkin color, either in turquoise, orange or green that coordinated with the same color terra cotta pots and taper candles. This color blocking gave a nice monochromatic and modern feel to the whole shower. And our modern gold flatware and vintage glassware really added a fun element to the overall decor.

 
 

Head to kara's party ideas to see more. We can't wait for that little guy to pop out, already!! 

Vendor Love:

Design, Planning + Tabletop Goods: Lovelyfest

Linens: La Tavola

Cactus Cookies: Roni Sugar Creations

Catering: Alta Coffee + Pain Du Monde

Venue: Private Space in Mission Viejo

Invitations: Lucky Plum Studio via Etsy

Cake: Susie Cakes

 

 

Wedding Weekend: Palm Springs!

This past weekend at Sand Acre Estate in Palm Springs was absolutely magical! We planned and designed a gorgeous affair for our bride and groom, and the bride described it as "better than she imagined." After months and months of vendor coordination, multiple design boards, and endless checklists, those four words were just what we wanted to hear!

The lovely sweetheart table where we re-used the ceremony backdrop!

In case you didn't read our last blog post, the theme of the wedding was based around travel and the vibe was boho Palm Springs. These two are avid travelers, so globes, airplanes, and table names based on their honeymoon destinations were all part of their wedding design. 

Here are some photos we took on our iPhones during the setup of the ceremony! 

And next came setup of the reception space! Sand Acre Estate is a gorgeous venue and was such a  fun challenge to make this wedding unique to the couple. 

It was about 100 degrees during setup, but that didn't stop us! We kept well hydrated and had great vendors to work alongside with, including Classic Party Rentals, Primary Petals, and Borrowed Blu to name a few! That last photo is of the two of us after we were completely done with setup and ready to start coordinating the wedding. 

We can't wait to share all the professional photos that Jessica Castro captured on their big day! We're sure they're going to be just beautiful. Congratulations to the happy bride and groom {who are having a fabulous time on their honeymoon right about now!}

Vendor LOVE <3

Venue: Sand Acre Estate

Photography: Jessica Castro Weddings

Event Design & Coordination: Lovelyfest 

Florals: Primary Petals 

Linens: La Tavola 

Rentals: Classic Party Rentals

Videography: Sharkpig

Strings Trio: Joseph Yuan

DJ: Avi Sills

Vintage Rentals: Borrowed Blu

Photo Booth: Flipbooth

Cake: Hey There, Cupcake!

Hair & Makeup: Briana Chapman

Catering: 24 Carrots 

Live Cigar Roller: Naranjo Cigars

Brides Gown Designer: Galia Lahav