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A Vintage Wedding in Los Angeles, CA

  • K8 Vision, Inc., Los Angeles
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Bree & Dave in Los Angeles, CA
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Bree’s one request for the couple’s wedding date? That it be during peony season. Her favorite flower made up her all-white bouquet, which was wrapped in gold ribbon.
Dandelion Ranch, Los Angeles
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Dave’s boutonniere was a gardenia accented with guinea fowl feathers.
Dandelion Ranch, Los Angeles
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The bridesmaids and the man of honor, Bree’s brother, wore cobalt blue. Each girl chose a style that best suited her, and gold shoes and jewelry kept with the antique look.
Aria, Los Angeles
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Bree designed the packets, and her cousin sewed the zigzag seams. The stray threads left at the edges played up the homemade look.
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Bree and her cousin made a little ring pillow out of a vintage handkerchief and some chiffon ribbon. It fit right in with the other homespun details.
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Bree originally wanted to make paper pomanders for all of the chairs but ran out of time. Instead, two marked Bree’s and Dave’s mom’s seats.
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Hanging paper-flower garlands, roses in antique urns, and vintage wine crates incorporated the theme into the ceremony.
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Keeping with the wedding’s personalized theme, Bree and Dave wrote their own vows. The gold candleholder that held the unity candle matched the wedding’s other gilded details.
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A box filled with vintage hankies sat next to a bell jar with a sign inside that read, “In the event of tears...”
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Bunches of pink and coral peonies, carnations, and roses marked the bride and groom’s gold chairs.
Dandelion Ranch, Los Angeles
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Since the fire marshal wouldn’t allow Bree and Dave to light the antique candelabras they had bought, their floral designer filled them with mini carnations.
Dandelion Ranch, Los Angeles
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To stay within their budget, Bree and Dave bought five small cakes in different styles and found an antique stand for each of them
Hotcakes Bakes, Los Angeles
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Bree chose a silk taffeta ball gown with a sweetheart neckline --and pockets! She went with ivory, since multiple consultants at the bridal salon told her it would best complement her pale skin tone.
Vineyard, R-Mine Bridal Couture, Studio City

Bree & Dave in Los Angeles, CA

While on her first date with Dave, Bree kept her mouth shut about the stained furniture in his apartment. And it’s a good thing: She ended up spilling an entire can of soda on the carpet! Bree and Dave, who met through a mutual friend, dated for about five years before moving in together. The Bride Bree Tichy, 29, graduate student The Groom Dave Callaham, 31, screenwriter The Date May 9 On the first night in their new home, the two were in their pajamas and eating take-out Chinese food among the cardboard boxes that were littering the floor. Dave surprised Bree with a bottle of champagne and after toasting to their new home and their future, he got down on one knee and proposed. Since Bree responded by bursting into tears, Dave says he isn’t sure they were ever technically engaged.
- Jaimie Dalessio
Their Ingredients
  • K8 Vision, Inc., Los Angeles
  • Vibiana
  • Dandelion Ranch, Los Angeles
  • Aria, Los Angeles
  • Hotcakes Bakes, Los Angeles
  • Vineyard, R-Mine Bridal Couture, Studio City

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