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A Formal Wedding in Costa Mesa, CA

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Jessica & Scott in Costa Mesa, CA
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A star-shaped brooch on the wrap added sparkle to Jessica’s bouquet of roses, orchids, and calla lilies.
White Lilac Inc., Costa Mesa
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Jessica’s friend’s son carried a ring pillow made of peach-colored roses to match the bridesmaid bouquets and the other flowers.
White Lilac Inc., Costa Mesa
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Keeping with Korean tradition, the guest book prompted guests to write their names and addresses on cards so the couple would know where to send their thank-you notes later.
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To contrast with the coral-colored centerpieces, some reception tables had tall, cylindrical vases filled with lemons and wrapped with calla lilies.
Jeannie Savage, Details Details, Irvine
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To add depth to the reception space, tall and short centerpieces alternated on the tables. The lower centerpieces were arrangements of roses, hydrangeas, orchids and calla lilies.
White Lilac Inc., Costa Mesa
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Metallic, star-shaped confetti, symbolizing the falling stars Jessica and Scott watched on their first date, spruced up the napkins and menu cards at each place setting.
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Jessica and Scott’s fondant-covered wedding cake was decorated with the couple’s initials and orange and yellow stars. Fresh roses and orchids on each tier added more color to the cake.
Sweet Lady Jane Bakery, Los Angeles
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Blue and yellow lighting made the dance floor look like a starry night sky. The couple also projected their initials onto the ground.
Avant Garde Ballroom, Newport Beach

Jessica & Scott in Costa Mesa, CA

Jessica and Scott had to carry their drunk friend home after she’d introduced them at a bar, but months passed before they saw each other again. The second time they met, Scott didn’t waste any time in asking Jessica out on an official date. After having dinner at a restaurant, they found a spot with a great view to watch the meteor shower happening that night. The Bride Jessica Kim, 37 The Groom Scott Im, 33 The Date September 7 Fast-forward to one November morning seven years later. Jessica woke up with an engagement ring on her finger; Scott had slipped it on during the night. When he saw that Jessica had noticed the ring, Scott got down on one knee and proposed. The shooting stars they’d watched on their first date sparked their wedding theme.
- Jaimie Dalessio
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  • White Lilac Inc., Costa Mesa
  • Sweet Lady Jane Bakery, Los Angeles
  • Avant Garde Ballroom, Newport Beach

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