It’s not every couple who will hire a tattoo artist to send guests off with favors that will last a little longer than say, homemade candles! That’s how you know Ezra and Rachel were serious about fun. Color, texture, art, and vibrant florals led the way for their California wedding full of happy details!
The stylists and couple tried to incorporate a lot of personal details that reflected their interests. They both love tattoos so they had a tattoo artist there giving tattoos to guests! They also had the bride’s mom’s art incorporated into the invitations and menus. The signature cocktails were named after the couple’s dogs and they had an artist draw their portraits for the drink menu. They didn’t want it to feel like a traditional wedding and the wedding planner absolutely nailed the funky feel they were going for.
The day’s design relied on tropical foliage and raw, cut open fruit for a bold and edgy effect. Isn’t the Santa Barbara Historical Museum such a great space for a colorful, tiki-inspired reception? The emerald velvet tablecloths, mustard runners and denim linens from La Tavola Fine Linen worked so well with the wooden tables. The bold florals were the handiwork of Ella and Louie Floral Studio. The welcome table had a tattoo sign-in sheet that said: “Get a little drunk and make a permanent life decision!”. The wedding invitation suite and event signage all incorporated Rachel’s mother’s artwork and calligraphy.