Hotel Bel-Air Weddings Featured
I got in my hands the latest Inside Wedding Magazine. The wedding I photographed at Hotel Bel-Air was print and published in this year. It was Magical to see 4 spreads and I was truly in heaven. Photographing a wedding at Hotel Bel-Air is one of my joys since is one of the wedding venues I love the most. I have been there a few times before and now, it was my turn to create meaningful images for my clients. Family and friends came from Argentina to be part of this epic wedding, they had a blast that lasted the entire week, during the wedding I was so happy to see so many friends in the wedding industry that I admired for their talents.
About the Ceremony.
The Hotel Bel-Air lawn area perfectly secluded and the pond surrounded by swans that you can see during the ceremony. Diego walked down the aisle to “Is This Love” by Bob Marley, while bridesmaids dressed in mismatched navy blue floor-length dresses and groomsmen attired in gray three-piece suits descended the aisle to “I Want to Hold Your Hand” by The Beatles. At last, the bride made her entrance dressed in a lace trumpet gown by the designer Monique Lhuillier. Once Romina and Diego exchanged their vows beneath a lavish arch decorated by Celio’s Design with roses, amaranthus, greenery, and branches, guests waved sparklers as and the newlyweds walked up the aisle hand in hand.
About the reception.
Loved ones soon entered a ballroom for the sit-down dinner service. Luxe drapery covered the walls, and unique lighting pieces with mid-century modern designs gave the area a residential feel. The color palette incorporated during the vow exchange was carried over into the reception, like gold, pale rose, ivory, and cream elements adorned the space, with the addition of burgundy and green tones, which were primarily seen in the florals. Mirror-top gold tables were surrounded by either square- or round-back chairs with bullion bases; flickering candlelight emitted from mercury-glass votives illuminated the tablescapes. A combination of high and low centerpieces showcased garden roses, peonies, anemones, tulips, and ranunculus blooms, as well as Amaranthus in short mercury-glass vases or atop towering gilt candelabra. Each place setting was also decorated with a single marsala blossom.
Here is the link to read the entire feature Inside Weddings.
Accessories- Manolo Blahnik
Beauty – Julianne Kaye
Bridal Designer- Monique Lhuillier
Cakes & Desserts- Hotel Bel-Air
Catering- Wolfgang Puck at Hotel Bel-Air
Cinematography & Videography- custom | made productions
Floral & Event Design- Celio’s Design
Invitations & Calligraphy – JAM Paper & Envelope
Lighting Design –Images by Lighting
DJ Damian Acosta
Photography – Gloria Mesa Photography
Rentals – Revelry Event Designers
Wedding & Event Venues
Wedding Planners & Designers- Mindy Weiss Party Consultants