Erin and Jason had the most fairytale-like wedding at the stunning Los Angeles wedding venue Ebell Events. The intricate details brought out the beauty of the personable event, highlighting the gorgeous moments between the couple and the different parts of the day. Their lifelong love story blossomed into an unforgettable event put on by exceptional vendors and each moment was captured by the San Luis Obispo photographer Alexandra Wallace. I had the pleasure of interviewing the bride about the special day.
Keep scrolling to hear about the special day!
Their Love Story
"Erin and Jason began dating in the fall of 2014 and their romance has continued to blossom ever since. They are each other's best friend and are nearly inseparable. Their families have known each other since the '80s and the two actually met for the first time as children. They started off as friends and began to date soon after college. Jason pulled off surprising Erin with a moonlit proposal, complete with a stunning ring lit by an illuminated case, on Malibu beach. Being together almost a decade already, they could go on and on about their relationship and were thrilled to have the wedding of their dreams in their own neighborhood."
"We went for an elegant look inspired by Los Angeles and Old Hollywood heritage, with style notes from the Italian Renaissance."
"Champagne, Plum, Ivory, Sage Green, Gold"
'We were so excited to have the Ebell to ourselves and had the opportunity to explore the private rooms and incredible architecture we could never see when visiting over the years, or have already seen in our favorite movies. It was important to the couple that all guests end up dancing, so once Erin recognized the dance floor from Wedding Crashers, she knew it was meant to be."
"They were both born and raised in Los Angeles, and each love the city almost as much as they love each other. One of their most cherished and surprising wedding gifts was a congratulatory proclamation from the city of Los Angeles presented by Councilwoman Heather Hutt."
Knowing what you know now... what advice would you have for other brides planing their wedding?
"Take time off between your wedding and honeymoon if you can! I could take time to do errands in between and then was ready to chill. Who wants to be too tired to enjoy it? And book early to make sure you get your dream honeymoon, and to get it out the way before planning gets overwhelming."
What was the most challenging part about planning your wedding?
"Making sure I was aware of all of the fine print when it comes to vendor contracts. I probably would've had nasty surprises if I didn't double check everything. Luckily, only tiny surprises."