JESSIE AND ERIC
The backdrop of vineyards, zebras, rose gardens, and endless scenery are a few reasons why Saddlerock Ranch holds a special place in our little Malibu hearts. We loved building the simple details and incorporating fruit, colors, grasses and texture everywhere. Down the tables, we used papaya, clementines, palm dates, a mix of pinks and oranges, pampas grasses and delicate greens.
BRANDON AND JESSE
Brandon and Jesse’s wedding was a wonderfully intimate wedding at a private vineyard in Malibu. Their wild yet refined style matched ours perfectly. We used tons of soft whites and wild greens like spirea, jasmine and olive branch to tell the story. On an especially hot day in the Malibu hills, we used tolerant floral like king protea and coffee berry to last on the structures.
REBECCA AND BRETT
Featured on Ruffled Blog, this wedding was a soft and colorful celebration. The two wed at the 1909, a Pigsty favorite venue. They asked us to incorporate Brett’s mothers macrame into the arch, so we wound vines and soft dahlias into the piece and helped the arch to feel effortless and unique. Soft corals, pinks, sages and pops of ginestra. These blooms were architectural, sweet smelling and delicate.
CHARLES AND ALEX
Charles and Alex were married on her family's estate in the Berkshires. We foraged for all the garlands on the tables from Japanese knotweed (a local invasive but beautiful pest) and built arrangements with branches of the apple trees in the orchard. Inspiration was borrowed from the fields of echinacea and pink cone flowers and wild queen anne's lace in the hillside.
KATE AND SAM
Kate and Sam, along with their planner came to us to organize this autumn wedding at Calamigos in Malibu. Incorporating family heirlooms in the chuppah and fresh tomatoes on the vine made this wedding extra special. We focused on soft whites and creams, and let the variations in the garden roses and dahlias tell the color story.
EMILY AND MIKE
Emily and Mike wanted to gather all their friends above the Los Olivos hills in a gorgeous outdoor ceremony. We incorporated olive branches, blueberry bush, herbs and clusters of bud vases to keep the tables and ceremony green. We sourced garden roses from local farms and used pops of plum and burgundy to bring out the ivories and creams in the floral and dresses.
ALIVIA AND ZEKE
A small family elopement, Alivia and Zeke were married with a private ceremony in Joshua Tree. They are true soulmates. We incorporated peonies, variegated ranunculus, Italian eucalyptus, and acacia for this dreamy desert wedding.