Stacy and Eric. Wow.
That pretty much sums it up. I got to this wedding with a little idea of the H.G. Wells theme but had no idea the follow-through would be so detailed and extensive. I first walk into Lawry’s in Hollywood to see the centerpieces- I could not believe how rad they all were- they all had their own unique items drizzled about but all tied in with the old clock parts, light bulbs, trinkets, and other cool old stuff:)
Placecards with an invitation:
Is this the coolest bride hat ever?? …or only bride hat ever…
Old typewriter keys everywhere!!
Many guests came in costume- it was as if we were in a different time and place.
The flowers were done by Floral Fields.
I love any man that gets choked up during their vows– notice the costume on the officiant!
…And goggles on the statue on the mantel.
I love the texture of the wall, this is my favorite of the two of them!!
It was tough finding a woodsy area on La Cienega but I did find a little strip of trees and pushed them in it…
What an amazing cake! there was a TV crew there filming the cake and interviewing the B&G for a show. The detail was just insane- I especially liked the antique keyboard at the bottom- I guess they didn’t have wireless back then.
Hope you enjoyed, I sure did. I was on decor-scoping overload with all the amazing details at this wedding- amazing!
Special thanks to all the incredible vendors who made this truly unique wedding possible!
Venue: Lawry’s Prime Rib in Beverly Hills
Cake: Let Them Eat Cake
Florist: Floral Fields
DJ: Hey Mister DJ
Makeup Artist: Kathleen Hagan at Beau Ideal Beauty
Wedding Favors: Old English Crackers
Bride’s Outfit: Damsel in this Dress
Groom’s Outfit: Twin Roses Designs
Bride & Groom’s Hats: Gypsy Lady Hats
Bride & Groom’s Shoes: Fluevog
Cake Topper: Builder’s Studio
Invitations: Royal Steamline
and of course: Orange County Wedding Photographer