When you are across the country – say in New York – planning your wedding that will take place in California, it’s going to take an A-list team of wedding professionals to pull off the insane prettiness found right here. For a stunning Los Angeles dream wedding, just cue the talents of Kat Minassi Events and Design and Eddie Zaratsian Lifestyle and Designs for they are the masters behind their craft. Of course, no fairytale comes to life without a modern-day storyteller like Duke Photography to capture exactly how each detail unfolded minute by minute. Then, for it to truly feel magical, add a bride stepping out in a Pronovias stylish and feminine gown. The epitome of a modern-day Cinderella. This stunning Los Angeles dream wedding is exactly how the bride and groom, Christy and John, scripted their story. Best of all – it is not fiction!
Stunning Los Angeles Dream Wedding
Christy and John met through mutual family friends in California during one of John’s visits while he was living in New York. Sparks occurred. But, different time zones and a focus on careers kept them from igniting. Over the years, they built a rock solid foundation on their friendship. Luckily, John was not friend-zoned. Rather, when Christy received a job offer on the East coast – he stepped up his game with an unforgettable proposal as dusk drew and the sun was set over the bright city lights. Fast forward to the celebration in which they started their new journey together as man and wife – and no detail was left undone. Coming from Middle Eastern families, it was only expected that Christy and John would host a very elaborate, traditional wedding. As a couple though, it was equally important that their own unique personalities where reflective in their wedding. Kat Minassi Events and Design was able to maintain the luxury feel, while still keeping the design elements simple, which became the underlying theme for this stunning Los Angeles dream wedding. The results where chic and simply elegant without diminishing the glamour of it all. Everything came together in neutral undertones of beige, taupe and white allowing for the blush and greenery hues in Tic-Tock Couture Florals, Eddie Zaratsian’s arrangements to make a subtle, yet undoubtedly modish impact. They were able to incorporate the most important aspects of their Coptic Orthodox and Middle Eastern traditions into a timeless and personal display.