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What I liked about… Sheryl and Scott’s wedding


Sheryl and Scott selected the beautiful oceanfront Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel for their traditional Jewish wedding.




The color palette with silver and purple shades created the perfect contrast against the blue sky and the sandy beach during the ceremony where the couple said “I do” under a white chuppah embellished with flowers and ribbon by Fascinare.



I made the cheering flags for their guests spelling “Mazel Tov” and the couple’s monogram exclusively created for their invitations. We decided to use the same monogram for the programs, menu cards and a florist in the area (Mister B’s Flowers) even created a floral monogram matching the palette!


During cocktail hour, while guests enjoyed drinks on the Terrace, the Ferris Wheel on the nearby Santa Monica Pier displayed Sheryl and Scott’s monogram – What an incredible photo op!


Sheryl was very involved during the planning and she incorporated a lot of creative ideas such as the escort cards (she had them printed by I Do Concepts, then added a DIY touch with wax seals in colors corresponding to the guest’s entrée choice).




The ballroom was enhanced with purple lighting, amethyst lamour linens and silver napkins.
Centerpieces were a mix of manzanita trees embellished with orchids and crystals, and glass cylinders with submerged blooms and crystal gems.




Tom Nolan and his band entertained guests all night long, and after cake cutting an irresistible sorbet was served (in the dark) inside ice-carved bowls by Millennium Ice with the couple’s monogram and an LED light. It was a big surprise for everybody!

A huge thank you to Albert Postel – Art Of Photography for the great images!

Enjoy the video clip by HopeBoat Productions below 🙂

Sheryl Scott Highlights from Hope Boat Films on Vimeo.


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