Some people choose a venue for their wedding because the details of the location evoke a feeling, or because the location holds a special memory for them. Sometimes the location of your wedding is chosen because you have a great feeling about the food, or the staff. At the Chuck Jones Center for Creativity, you get the whole package. Beautiful open space that you can customize to appeal to your vision, with the back drop of amazing modern art that has a youthful charm and hold memories for everyone. And the menu and staff are among the highest caliber in Southern California, who else? 24 Carrots.
The Chuck Jones Center is a nonprofit, founded by the legendary illustrator; Chuck Jones and their mission statement is
“to inspire the innate creative genius with each person that leads to a more joyous, passionate and harmonious life and world”
With Bugs Bunny, the Road Runner, and all the incredible Chuck Jones characters, as well as beautiful modern art surrounding them Taylor and Rachel shared their day with their family and friends. Inspiring all of us with joy and We know they will have a harmonious life.
Suzie wanted a winter wedding, Brian wanted a summer wedding. They met in the middle with a Spring wedding in March at the beautiful Pacific Hills. Since the weather in Southern California is perpetual summer, it turned out to be a great decision. The temperatures on their Wedding day soared to over 90 degrees in Orange County, but the indoor venue in Laguna Hills has so many perfect spots to take Romantic portraits, family, and group portraits that it was a perfect day and a beautiful wedding, regardless of the heat wave. With classic cream colored floral designs by Zadia Reid of Exotica Designs, the event production and entertainment by Ultra Star event Production surrounding us with music and fun, it was a picture perfect southern California wedding. Thank you Suzie and Brian for allowing us to be a part of your day. Congratulations! stay in touch..
It was only fitting that Geoff and Nathaly had their ceremony on an Electra Cruise ship called the Newport Princess. The Electra Cruises coordinator, Star, treated the family and guests like royalty. The wedding was preformed on board by the Captain, Torre Niles. Then the reception took place as the sun set against Newport Beach. The luxurious yacht provided a beautiful setting and Electra Cruises delivered, as promised, a ceremony and reception that fit with the preferences of the bride and groom. It was the perfect wedding for Geoff and Nathaly and a beautiful beginning of their eternity.
Summer in Orange County California can be bit warm, but September is when it starts to cool off, and the perfect blue skies are much more friendly. Such was the case on the September day when Scott and Clara got married at the Hotel Laguna. At the risk of repeating myself, it is hard to have a bad day at this historic location in the heart of Laguna Beach. Not only is the Rose Garden beautiful, and the Laguna Room comfortable, the folks at Hotel Laguna are professionals and make it easy for every one in attendance to have a great time. When people are having a good time, it shows in their pictures. Scott and Clara had a colorful wedding day, and it was a privilege to get to share it with them.
The bride and groom did it right by having Holly Stein as their coordinator (email@example.com), Robert as the DJ (firstname.lastname@example.org), and Daves Floral handling the flowers (email@example.com ).
Here is a collection of images from Kyle and Candice’s wedding at Hotel Laguna. What a beautiful couple and a perfect day.