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A Seaside Wedding in Aptos, CA

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Leah & Tony in Aptos, CA
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Pale-blue hydrangeas accented with white roses and mini calla lilies created the full, round look that Leah was going for.
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The couple exchanged vows on a grassy cliff overlooking the beach. Since the scenery was so beautiful by itself, the couple only added clusters of hydrangeas, irises, and calla lilies along the aisle.
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The couple’s formal monogram worked in a touch of detail on the escort cards. The script font contrasted with guests’ names in all capitals and in print.
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Square glass vases filled with light-blue hydrangeas echoed the look of the bridesmaid bouquets. Chocolate-brown ribbon around the vessels worked in the other color in the palette.
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A square bottom layer was topped with two round tiers, all of which were frosted with sky-blue buttercream. The finishing touches: cherry blossom branches with petals made of spun sugar.

Leah & Tony in Aptos, CA

Tony and Leah felt an instant connection when they met at a Monday Night Football party. In fact, they’ve been together ever since. Seven years into dating, Tony treated Leah to a birthday dinner at Asia De Cuba, their favorite Los Angeles restaurant. Then they headed to the Mondrian Hotel to stay the night. The Bride Leah Kondo, 27, accountant The Groom Tony Von Pervieux, 32, director of music for a television studio The Date August 30 When they arrived, their room was filled with candles, rose petals and champagne. Leah was touched, but she thought the fuss was for her birthday. It wasn’t until Tony’s heartfelt speech that she realized he was proposing! Leah wanted to get married at Seascape Beach Resort because she’d spent summers there as a child. Her love of hydrangeas influenced the color palette, and to honor her heritage, Asian-themed elements also made their way into the décor.
- Patricia Bryan
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