Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Marvimon Succulent Wedding

You guys. I am DY.ING. This bride is gem. A prize in my cracker jacks. A dollar bill in my dirty jeans pocket. A WHOLE cookie in my cookies and cream. Yes, she was amazing. And her groomwasn't too shabby either :) Jessica has so much style that she has her very own, successful wedding blog, Mason Jar Bride. She also is a regular blogger for one of my faves, Wedding Chicks.

Ok, so let's break it down. It was an amazing dream team of vendors. Sarah K Chen was the GENIUS behind the lens. I couldn't decide between all of the RIDICULOUSLY UNBELIEVABLY AMAZING images that she sent me! She also set up a super awesome photo booth with fun props. This is definitely my longest post yet because she is such a brilliant artist.

Melody, from Sweet and Saucy Shop completely blew me away this time. Ok, she does EVERY time. You guys all know how obsessed I am with her. But seriously, I was BLOWN AWAY.
Jessica and Curt are super creative, and both are amazing artists and Curt designed his wedding cake to look like a block of wood. I was IN LOVE> Mel nailed it.

Katie, from Bad to the Bone BBQ brought the goodness. Her and her team of beauties were a complete BLAST to work with. And their sliders were gone in a millisecond. I had guests literally following me around asking for more of them.

And really? I could not handle how amazing Michael Antonia from The Human Jukebox was. I think I became a stalking fan. I did not stop dancing (while working) the entire night. Seriously, ask anyone. He was so smooth and cool. I haven't seen anything like it!

And the key to all of our success was . The Marvimon House What an impeccably eclectic venue. I couldn't have dreamed up something cooler. Jeff was a jewel to work with!

And of course, my team at Jesi Haack Weddings. We designed this event and also created the floral design. We did Kale (lettuce) bouquets for the bridesmaids with touches of plum eucalyptus leaves surrounded by baby's breath. A complete succulent bouquet for the bride wrapped in her grandmother's pearls. And succulent bouts for the guys with a touch of a peacock feather.

This was a wedding that made me laugh, smile, spread my creative wings, and completely fall in LOVE with my job.

Here is the vendor breakdown. Follow them on twitter!

Event Design + Floral Design: Jesi Haack Weddings. Follow!
Photography Brilliance: Sarah K Chen. Follow!
Wood Box Wedding Cake: Sweet and Saucy Shop. Follow!
Amazing Tunes: The Human Jukebox. Follow!
Sweet Venue: The Marvimon House


carissa said...

work it out baby...WORK.IT.OUT :) loves!!!!

Cori Cook Floral Design said...

JESI! Everyone knows you are a talented wedding coordinator, but let's be rock the florals too. Love the kale bouquets....gorgeous! Making me proud everyday!

Carter & Cook Event Co. said...

seriously? you do flowers too? goodess...we gotta get ON it. :) LOVED this wedding!

Kristin @ Petal and Thorn said...

Wow, I'm inspired! love the bridal bouquet and that crazy stick mobile thing hanging from the ceiling! Please tell us about that! xoxo

Jessica @ Mason Jar Bride said...

The dollar bill in your dirty jeans pocket, huh? Well you can keep me in your pants anytime... er, well, that doesn't sound right but you know what I mean :) HA! Jesi I heart you times a bajillion. Our wedding is getting so much love all over the interwebs and it's awesome! We couldn't have done it without you. And I know I've said this like 3 times, but I'm SO GLAD you talked me into the kale bouquets. AMAZING.

simply modern weddings said...

me loves this girlie!

Amy said...

those bouquets are insane!

Paige Appel said...

super duper awesome jesi. love it all!

My Sweet & Saucy said...

You are seriously amazing!

Vera D. said...

Amazing work. You have brought to life what I'd been envisioning for my own wedding!!! Too bad you're in SoCal. :(

sera said...

Every single detail is perfection! I love it!

Unknown said...

I just found Marvimon online a couple weeks ago while researching for a friends wedding, man I am so jealous that you were able to actually have an event there, its the most amazing venue. I also just discovered kale bouquets at the farmers market in Seattle a couple months ago, so beautiful. Great job, this is one of my favorite weddings I have seen.