A Modern, Rustic Wedding at Carondelet House in Los Angeles

Trilby and Leslie had a thoroughly modern wedding at Carondelet House in Los Angeles. While the wedding didn't have a theme, it centered on the colors

Trilby and Leslie had a thoroughly modern wedding at Carondelet House in Los Angeles. While the wedding didn't have a theme, it centered on the colors white and navy. Trilby wore a navy-blue dress with a lace back, while Leslie went for a simple and elegant off-white dress with spaghetti straps. "Not all the wedding party adhered 100 percent to this color palette request (Trilby's sister Cordelia wore a floral number), but everyone looked smashing on the day," the brides say. Trilby also carried a colorful bouquet with an eclectic and unexpected mix of purple anemones, sweet peas, berries and variegated geraniums. In contrast, Leslie chose a more classic bouquet with ivory flowers and greenery. The couple decorated their modern venue with plenty of greenery to give it a garden feel, which popped against the venue's brick and dramatic wood finishes. Tabletop and ceremony décor included cascading greenery, touches of ivory flowers and loads of candles. 
Our favorite #MakeTradition Moment: In lieu of traditional cake cutting, Trilby and Leslie chose to feature an assortment of pies from a local diner. "This proved to be a big hit with my family from Australia, many of whom were not familiar with the concept of a dessert pie," Trilby says.

Ribbon-Tied Neutral Bouquet and Colorful Bouquet with Greenery
Modern Brides with Navy and White Dresses
Tub with Champagne and Sparkling Water Bottles
Intimate Ceremony Site with Brick, Chandelier and Mismatched Chairs
Modern-Industrial Ceremony at Carondelet House in Los Angeles
Calligraphed Escort Cards on Wood Stand
Tall Greenery Centerpieces
Wood Table, White Place Setting and Fern Leaf
Neutral Dining Table with Simple Greenery Centerpiece
Dessert Bar Pie
Modern Reception at Carondelet House in Los Angeles
Modern Brides Drinking Champagne at Reception