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A Garden Wedding in Beverly Hills, CA

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Min & Jason in Beverly Hills, CA
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The bridesmaids carried a mix of peach, coral, and pale pink roses and ranunculus with white accents.
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Keeping with the color palette, Min’s bridesmaids wore short terracotta-colored chiffon dresses. Her flower girl wore a whimsical tutu-style dress in coral, peach, and copper.
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To set the tone for their wedding, Min and Jason picked a pale-pink floral design with gold accents. They had two versions of invitations for two receptions. The first was for guests of their parents, in a banquet hall at the church right after the ceremony, with typical Korean foods and traditions; and the second was later that day for friends and ...
Chris Kim Design, Pasadena
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Min and Jason knew they needed plenty of room for the hundreds of guests they planned to invite. They chose a church that seats up to 500 people and some guests still had to stand! A few flowers and candles decorated the 106-foot long center aisle.
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To bring Min and Jason’s style to the already beautiful ceremony location, birdcages were filled with pale-pink and peach roses and hung from shepherd’s hooks along the aisle.
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The natural tones in Jason and Min’s color palette, such as the tan table linens, worked perfectly for their garden reception.
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Small, ivory escort cards, printed with the same floral design as the invitations, hung from twine and mini-clothespins in Greystone Mansion’s courtyard. Min placed them far away from the appetizers so guests would have to walk around the estate and mingle.
Chris Kim Design, Pasadena
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To add a touch of vintage to the reception tables, Min and Jason used vintage-style silver frames for the table names.
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Dinner options were listed on cardstock menu cards designed to look similar to the invitations, keeping things consistent.
Chris Kim Design, Pasadena
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Petite milk glass mugs held arrangements of pink roses in addition to the high and low centerpieces Min and Jason picked to decorate the tables.
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Min and Jason opted for a simple cake covered in a pale, peachy-pink fondant and decorated with ivory sugar flowers, feathers, and leaves for a whimsical look.
The Cake Box, Huntington Beach
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Min and Jason displayed dozens of cookies in vintage glass jars for guests to help themselves. Carefully placed spotlights made the treats look even more tempting!
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Min & Jason in Beverly Hills, CA

Min and Jason had known each other for years through church, mutual friends, and their co-ed softball team before Jason finally asked Min on a date and they quickly became a couple. The Bride Min Song, 26, a theology student/children’s director at a church The Groom Jason Lee, 26, an orthopedic surgery resident The Date April 25 Three years later, they planned a breakfast date at their favorite place in Laguna Beach. After eating, they walked outside to a tide pool, where Min was fixated on the baby crabs and other little creatures until Jason redirected her attention to a yellow basket on the sand. It was filled with mementos from their relationship and a card explaining Jason’s feelings -- and a proposal! Min had once told Jason she wanted to get engaged in the morning so they could spend the whole day celebrating together, and he did just that.
- Jaimie Dalessio
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