Jess and Ben’s music-filled wedding set at the Paramour Estate was meant to feel like a romantic ceremony and dinner in a secret garden, followed by an eccentric party inside the mansion afterwards.
The ceremony was set beneath the giant trees on the property, and was inside a lush chuppah dripping with monochromatic fuchsia colored blooms. The dinner tables left space for a family style feast, but had rambling floral arrangements, spilling with passion vines, date palm inflorescence, gloriosa, and clematis. We made the railings on the building come alive with trailing floral.
Each space inside the house was filled with personalized details, and funky floral to fit the collections in the estate. Pink flowers and smoke bush for the pink room, Yellow date palms and tiger lilies for the yellow room, fuzzy heliconia and orchids for the cigar room. A palm lined stage was created for the lineup of musicians who took the stage throughout the night.