Romantic Garden Wedding in Beverly Hills, California

Gabrielle and Adam
Photographed by: Jasmine Star PhotographyLocation: Los Angeles, California, United States

The wedding of Gabrielle Adler and Adam Weiss was held on June 4, 2011 in beautiful Los Angeles, California. The pair exchanged vows beneath a stunning chuppah adorned with a vivid blend of flowers in shades of indigo, violet, and dusty rose. To create their elegant, black-tie garden ceremony, low arrangements of periwinkle hydrangea were placed on either side of a snowy aisle that had been sprinkled with hot-pink petals. While the pair shared their first kiss as husband and wife, lavender confetti rained down upon them in a flurry of color and celebration.

The elated bride looked stunning in a timeless ivory gown, her hair fastened into a partial updo with long ringlets framing her face. She carried a grand bouquet of peonies in fuchsia. The stems of the bouquet were wrapped in a wide silk ribbon adorned with sparkling crystals. The dapper groom donned a classic black tuxedo with a single white flower in the lapel.

Following the couple's ceremony, guests enjoyed Champagne and cocktails before entering the ballroom of the luxury hotel for the reception. Florals in shades of purple and pink elevated the color palette. Each place setting featured a metallic gold charger plate, a richly hued napkin, and a single orchid atop the dinner menu. Multiple centerpiece designs in varying heights featured an array of blooms. A dance floor featuring the couple’s monogram was situated in the center of the room in front of a large stage. Overhead, colorful Chinese paper lanterns served as a festive decoration.

In addition to the couple’s beautiful wedding cake, guests had the option of selecting one of two desserts served at the conclusion of a scrumptious dinner: tiramisu with a custom chocolate high-heel decoration in honor of the bride; and cheesecake with fresh berries served in a mini-Yankee baseball helmet representing the groom. The couple offered cookies that were fashioned after political symbols as favors to represent Washington DC, the city where they met and currently work.

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