The Fairies loaded up and headed south! Don’t fret, we know every Starbucks better than GPS.
And of course, we all know that work knows no limits…
If this isn’t one depiction of the dedication our team has, we aren’t sure what is!
Before heading out to the Big Fake Wedding, the Fairies had to check in at the historic Millennium Biltmore Hotel!
The Big Fake Wedding is a bridal show replacement that puts guests in the middle of a real-life wedding in order to fully immerse themselves in the wedding experience.
While it is a bridal show alternative, it is also a celebration of another wedding! Whether it be real wedding, vow renewal, or strictly scripted, The Big Fake Wedding has a purpose! The Big Fake Wedding Los Angeles was a celebration of Laura and Ethan, you can read more on their story here!
The gorgeous ceremony site elegantly draped with mood lighting set the scene for the floral covered arch.
Upon walking into the reception site, Fairy Godmother Cassandra couldn’t pass up the floral moon which we still believe was crafted just for her!
The tables were each decorated by different planners and designers, giving guests multiple feels and views on what their day could look like!
Okay, and let’s talk about how stunning this head table is!
Covered in floral arrangements, candles, and lanterns the mood was set!
At a bridal show, guests aren’t exactly able to see what the vendors have to offer, whereas at a wedding they are able to see things come full circle and see the vendors in action.
Talk about fun!
The guys over at Slow Motion Time Machine Photo Booth made sure that a great time was had by all!
Another “Fairy Favorite” was the husband and wife team behind “Nifty Balloons!” Their impeccable talent did not go unnoticed at the Big Fake Wedding, every guest could be found with some sort of balloon art. We just thought they were too fun to pass up!
A night well spent, the Fairies were so glad to have attended the Big Fake Wedding!
A HUGE thank you to all the vendors involved in putting on this event, and to Seventh Place for being the chosen venue!