Today we are loving life and re-living Amanda and Bill's modern wedding at Brick San Diego. We were lucky enough to able to work with Amanda and Bill through the entire planning process and it was seriously a DREAM! They were such a blast to work with and had so many fun ideas!
When it came to overall feel of the day, Amanda and Bill wanted a wedding that felt very modern, moody and intentional, and they wanted it to be very interactive for their guests. They truly wanted their day to feel like 'them' and they wanted to be sure their guests had things to do throughout the evening. With this in mind, Brick was seriously the perfect wedding venue for them!
The first step in putting this vision together was creating the color scheme, which included deep reds, lots of greenery, hints of blue and accents of copper. We also added touches of a lighter blush in order to really make those deep colors pop. This color scheme then served as a base bone to the entire design aesthetic.
When it came to the official wedding day, the day started out wonderfully! The girls enjoyed a relaxing morning of getting ready at Amanda and Bill's adorable house. And I have to admit, Amanda looked absolutely stunning in her gorgeous ballgown!
Shortly after the girls got ready, Bill and the guys joined the fun for Amanda and Bill's first look and bridal party photos, which took place in their backyard. (Oh, and they were also able to get some adorable photos with their fur child!) Let me just tell you, their charming house ended up being an amazing spot for these photos!
In designing the details for the day, we, naturally, started with the ceremony. Amanda and Bill were Jewish and wanted to find a way to create a wedding huppah within the black canvas that in known as Brick. In order to create something unique, we designed an 8' square wooden huppah that hung from the ceiling. AHR Floral then killed it by using greenery and floral to mimic the look of the 4 posts. To top off the look, we arranged the chairs in a circle surrounding the hanging huppah. Oh, and the best part was that Amanda's Dad built the actual wooden structure!