Four separate event areas, a two week load-in to build the event literally from the flooring up culminated in this 3-day epic wedding. This design was inspired by Heather and Jason’s love of the story and Hollywood glam in the movie La La Land and how it mirrored ther love story. They fell in love when they least expected it, in the midst of pursuing their dreams. They envisioned a black-tie affair with epic entertainment at every turn for their 450 guests.
Their smoked acrylic and holographic save-the-dates set the tone for the event. Guests were welcomed to cocktail hour with “champagne angels’” who poured the bubbly from high above in chandeliers as they entered the property and the aerial violinist continued the entertainment.
Dinner consisted of inaugural pours from the couple’s own wine label and their nod to Hollywood continued with a choreographed first dance to a custom La La Land arrangement that had a dress change midway through and ended with impressive pyyrotechnics!
Guests then walked into a separate dance and lounge area, including a visit from the Habit Burger truck and a silent dance party with everyone singing “Bohemian Rhapsody” to end the night and then a final newlywed send-off as they drove away in a vintage Rolls.
Creative Partner Credits:
Venue: Sweet Oaks Ranch
Planner: Michelle Garibay Events
Assistant Planner: Alex Fingerlin
Photographer: Brian Leahy Photography
Floral Design: Soiree Floral Design
Cinema: Le Reve Films
Rentals: Signature Party Rentals
Specialty Rentals: Jake Duke Studios
Linen & Chargers: BBJ Linen
Entertainment: Encore Event Entertainment
Invitation Suite & Event Branding: Meldeen
Catering: 24 Carrots
Cake: Laura Marie's
Bar Service: Barcon
Marquee Letters: My Marquee SD
Bride's Custom Dresses & Looks: Jaime Elyse
Photo Booth: Captured Photo Booths
Live Painting: Paint Live SoCal
Choreography: Kerri Frederick with Fancy Footwork 4U
Valet: Temecula Valley Valet
Rolls Royce: Rolls Livery
Shuttle Transportation: Stryder Transportation
Late Night Bites: Habit Burger Grill