22 Dec Queen of Hearts at the Beautiful Seaside Cuvier Club, La Jolla
It was a beautiful clear crisp day where after months of planning and organizing the royal court for Joy Lomahan and Noah Silva had their ceremony amongst the royal court of 150 admiring guests at The Cuvier Club. At 2:30pm Joy and Noah wed on December 2, 2011. Colors of cobalt blue, black and white swirls and charcoal grey splashed the romantic, intimate and personal wedding where all the guests felt at home. The flowers were art to me. They looked like they were picked from a magical garden. The blues drew from the color of the ocean and the reds of a Royal Court.
Joy and I wanted to plan a wedding where 150 guests would feel like they were of royalty, but yet comfortable and at home. So listening to the bride’s ideas and with the collaboration of my ideas, we were able to have a posh reception in the main ballroom of the beautiful Cuvier Club under the strings of lights that hanged from above bringing a feel of an old world Italian setting a fresco. The mix of 16 tables of decadent linens; alternating colors and flower; different textiles and stationary’s; accents of lights and candle light; brought excitement to the dinner party. Every table became a part of the celebration. After working so many wedding, I am able to offer many ideas and styles to bring any wedding to the next level and make it always unique for each bride.
The food…amazing of course! Instead of as sit down dinner, we planned to have the guests be a part of the experience and we created 4 stations of presented meals. The court was able to choose the personalization of a the Abbey Salad, the char grilled chicken station with gorgonzola cream sauce and seasoned grilled vegetables, or the slow cooked braised short ribs with garlic cream cheese mashed potatoes. The fourth station was created for the vegetarians where they had portabella mushroom ravioli. However, I made the fourth station extra special for the newlyweds special guests of the royal court, the ring bearers and the flower girls. We created this station for the kids to be part of the wedding too. . The fourth station was created for the vegetarians where they had portabella mushroom ravioli. However, I made the fourth station extra special for the newlyweds special guests of the royal court, the ring bearers and the flower girls. We created this station for the kids to be part of the wedding too. You could see that they were excited to be part of the experience. As having the chosen to have an all inclusive wedding package, the beautiful couple chooses to have a Euro coffee bar that offered unique lattes and cappuccino’s as one of their options. It set a tone of refinement and it complimented the extensive dessert bar which had cupcakes, cookies, candies, and more. The foods of the night were fir for a king and queen.
As the night came to an end, Joy and Noah, family and friends, experienced a warm and breathe taking conclusion of sparklers to conclude the fairy tale wedding. The young couple departed to start their new life together.
Congratulations Joy and Noah Silva!
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