In short, today’s Los Angeles wedding was all about two people and two cultures coming together. We love how Amanda and Jacques found fun ways to incorporate meaningful design and moments throughout their day. From the details highlighting the bride, Amanda’s, love for biochemistry- using test tubes used as vases and custom science-inspired Toms, to the traditional Korean wedding outfits worn and Korean sweets served as dessert, the personal touches truly made this couple’s wedding day incredibly special.
Their wedding style was casual and eclectic, but not in a way that leaves you feeling any less connected to the heart of the celebration. We absolutely love how the groom mixed up his own wedding day style with quirky details like a wooden bowtie and a slim fit navy suit paired with Toms. We think you’ll love the mix of styles, culture, and personality that Victoria Johansson Photography captured during these moments of celebration. Enjoy!
We hope you caught their dinner options for their reception. We feel like a food truck was the perfect choice for this fun and quirky couple, and a non-traditional catering option seems like an ideal fit! Plus, we sure do love a good food truck.
VENDORS WHO MADE IT ALL HAPPEN…
Photographer: Victoria Johansson Photography // Hair and Makeup: Make up by Kelly Yi
// Suit and Dress: Zara (suit) and Watters (dress) // Venue: Elysian // Day of planning and coordination: Love Sweet Love CA // Cake: Lark Cake Shop // DJ: Dart DJ // Catering: Komodo Food Truck // Florist: Norah Kissell (friend of the bride) // Invitation designer: Miks Letterpress
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