A Rustic Loft Wedding at The Huron Substation in Los Angeles, California
Rose Lannutti (31, a wedding coordinator) and Aron Forbes (29, a musician) met while Rose held auditions to join her band, back when she wanted to pursue a professional singing career. Aron played with Rose at her first band rehearsal, and although they both weren’t looking for a relationship at the time, they couldn’t deny their attraction toward each other. Four and a half years later on Christmas Day, Aron led Rose on scavenger hunt that ended with a proposal in front of their Christmas tree. They got married at the Huron Substation, a large brick lofted building that fit all 130 of their guests comfortably. Rose wore an ivory satin wedding dress designed by Sophia Tolli, and she let her bridesmaids completely pick what they would prefer to wear of the wedding day to be the most comfortable. The couple wanted to have a fall color palette for their wedding decor, despite it being a spring occasion. Since Rose’s profession was in the wedding industry, she didn’t want the traditional wedding, so they strove to have unique elements on their special day to make it unique. They decided to leave out the formal dances, cake cutting and assigned seating arrangements for the reception, but did have a grand entrance, toasts and incorporated Jewish traditions with loved ones, whether or not guests were familiar with them.