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A New Years Eve Garden-Inspired Wedding in Los Angeles, CA

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Annie & Scott in Los Angeles, CA
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The four-tiered cake was decorated with fabric-like pleating and fresh white flowers and greens. To make it truly special, Anne
chose the same cake flavor (triple berry threat) she had at her 16th and 21st birthdays.
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The couple placed candelabras, votives and pillar candles at the entrance to the reception to produce a romantic vibe.
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Lush white-and-green centerpieces gave the reception tables a garden-party feel, while beige linens and green-and-gold-rimmed china kept the look timeless.
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Annie's bridesmaids wore various long black gowns and the groomsmen wore formalwear from Brooks Brothers.
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Anne says of her diamond-encrusted engagement ring: “It’s my favorite accessory, ever!” She and Scott wore matching gold wedding bands.
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The bride picked out a gorgeous pair of Louboutins to go with her Monique Lhuillier gown.
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The lace beaded V-neck Monique Lhuillier gown “was the perfect dress!” says Anne. To match her classic style, Scott donned a formal black tuxedo with tailcoat.
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Annie & Scott in Los Angeles, CA

The Bride Anne Ziegler, 31, fashion consultant
The Groom Scott Manson, 31, music executive
The Date December 31

When Anne and Scott began planning their West Coast nuptials, the process came naturally and the couple’s New Year’s Eve wedding design evolved into a 28-page inspiration book! Letting the flowers and the elegant vibe of the historic venue do much of the talking, Anne and Scott created a classic affair with green and gold accents; soaring candelabras added dimension and romance.
- Amanda Black
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