Jinhee and Mark are both from New York. For their special day they decided to get married in sunny (but with a light breeze) Southern California. The couple chose to tie the knot at the Adamson House in Malibu, which became the perfect venue for a natural, feminine, summer inspired wedding.For her color palette, Jinhee chose to go with hues of orange, blue, pink & peach with a hint of khaki which brought together the natural feminine look they were going for. Jinhee set the tone of the wedding looking ever so beautiful in her Monique Lhuiller and the girls wore blue and orange dresses which were the perfect compliment to the color concept of the night.
Without further ado, enjoy these lovely photos by the one and only, Sarah Yates...
Kristine Shin incorporated peaches and apricots to not only remind of us of summer but to also bring out the color in the tablescapes. Mark scoured the internet and found these amazing Spanish tiles, created a design at the escort card table and also used Spanish tiles as table numbers as well.
The guests were first greeted with a custom made wedding post that the groom designed, painted, and assembled. It directed the guests to the sycamore lawn where they were welcomed with a beautiful drink station that was personalized with their invites (custom made postcards that welcomed the guests to Malibu). The guests enjoyed strawberry mint lemonade and mariposa plantation ice tea that were served in mason jars.
Styling drinks station should be my signature move! :) The woven baskets were purchased from the World Market for $10 & the juice dispensers were $15 each! The crates for the mason jars were purchased at Crate & Barrel on sale~ woot!
LOVE LOVE LOVED our ceremony set up!
OK. when Mark told me he was planning on making the sign post I really didn't expect much from him. Then I went to his house for the rehearsal night and my jaw literally dropped when I saw his creation. The sign post was PERFECT! Yay, for DIY grooms!
'Kick off your heeels~" The bride and groom provided flip flops for their guests to slip on something more comfortable to dance the night away. They even provided bags to store their heels. Mark and Jihee are so thoughtful, even in the smallest details.
Gotta love a little bling in the CHOOs! :)
Sweet Lady Jane makes cakes that are to die for and it was a perfect way to end the night!
Sarah whisked the bride and groom away as the sun was setting to sneek in a couple more pictures. The shots are perfect, they look so dreamy! Having some time for the sunset photo is a must!
They're SO in love..
Jinhee & Mark have poured out their hearts into planning this wedding and we're so honored to be chosen along side to help their vision come to life. We did not leave one detail untouched. From the signpost that guided their guests, the drink station to keep the guests hydrated, the flip flops and bags so the guests would be comfortable to dance the night away, to the carefully assembled floral arrangements and the menu cards that were printed on vintage post cards, the chilled beers we served at the end of the night along with fresh served tacos. The bride and groom even provided small mason jars filled with kimchi for their guests to enjoy during the family style dinner, every Korean needs their kimchi!!!
Hats off to all the vendors who brought Jinhee and Mark's flawless wedding to life. That night was truly magical.