A Black + White Wedding in the Palm Springs Desert

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This wedding is a day all about perfect contrasts. Black and white. Lush greens and a desert setting. Modern and sleek yet classic and refined. It’s exactly the vibe Vanessa and Kelly envisioned for their Palm Springs destination affair and Ashley Kelemen captured every moment just right. Peek below for so much more!

From the bride… We first met at the University of Oregon — although we had several classes and many mutual friends, we like to say it all started one fateful night over dollar beers at our favorite campus bar. After close to a decade together, we got engaged in front of our favorite spot near our home — the Conservatory of Flowers in San Francisco, complete with a surprise party with all our closest family and friends.

We’ve both traveled to Palm Springs extensively and love the weather, the vibe, and the design — we decided to pick a venue there so that our wedding would truly feel like a vacation for our friends and family (most traveling from New York, San Francisco and Portland). Colony 29 was the first venue we saw, and nothing else compared. We were floored by the incredible ceremony and reception venue, but most importantly we loved that we could host our entire wedding party in the amazing casitas on the property.

Choosing Rachael as our wedding planner was easy — we had never met before, but after seeing a few Palm Springs wedding she had done in the past, we knew she would immediately understand the look and feel we were going for. And wow, did she kill it. We knew we wanted it to be black-tie since we loved the contrast of the black and white with the desert background. And we wanted our florals to feel lush and green — not too many colors, not too structured.

The people around us are what makes us, us. We cherish our relationships and part of what we both love about each other is how much we value our friends and family. So it was important to us that the wedding felt intimate (just 115 guests), and we went about choosing our vendors (including the amazing Ashley Kelemen) and planning the day with that in mind. We had a really great friend officiate, two childhood friends do a reading, and made sure to incorporate a lot of time for dancing, cocktails, and conversation (our friends LOVE to dance).

Music and food were other very important things on our list. We worked closely with our DJ to come up with a list that would fit the mood and feel meaningful to us. All of the music played during the ceremony and for first dances were artists that we had seen live together. And Miho was absolutely the right catering choice. Their food is absolutely ridiculous! Our catering manager was incredible to work with and even came up to us right after the ceremony (literally right after) with a much-needed cocktail, without being asked. We can’t even count the people who told us it was the best wedding food and service they had ever had.

It’s hard to pick a single moment — the entire wedding was a beautiful, amazing whirlwind. It was perfect in every single way. Our first look was so special, and it’s impossible to forget how it felt standing up there and saying I do in front of the people we love most. Ending the night with Shout and Sweet Caroline (University of Oregon musts) was just the cherry on top. We couldn’t be more grateful for a day that we can cherish forever.

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Photography: Ashley Keleman | Floral Design: Siren Floral Co. | Hair + Makeup: Makeup By Nancy | DJ: Red Shoe LA | Venue: colony 29 | Catering + Bar: Miho Catering | Dessert: Swiss Donuts | Event Planning + Coordination: Lace and Likes | Paper Goods: Emily Brunner | Rentals : Planks And Patina

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A Stylist + Football Player Wed With a Glam Black Tie Affair

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What happens when a stylist and a football player tie the knot at the Bel-Air Bay Club? Crazy beautiful things, let me tell you. With the pros of Rock Paper Details by their side, Noelle and Jermaine treated their guest to a luxury oceanside bash with timeless elegance woven into every detail. Treat yourself to a look through the gallery artfully captured by Sposto Photography.

Stylist Noelle Molezion-Smith and former Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Jermaine Jamison had a dream wedding to remember! This gorgeous black tie event took place at the iconic 1927 estate Bel Air Bay Club in Pacific Palisades, California.

Leaving all the details to their planners Rock Paper Details, Noelle and Jermaine got to enjoy their luxury bash in style. Their custom tablescape included everything from the wax sealed escort cards to a personalized signature scented candles for each guest to enjoy at their table. Noelle wore an amazing custom Paolo Sebastian gown while Jermaine chose a custom shawl lapel tuxedo.

The stylish couple said “I do” under a gorgeous floral arch and enjoyed cocktails overlooking the ocean with their guests shortly after. Everyone made their way inside the candlelit room for dinner and dancing courtesy of the L. A. Clippers’ in-house DJ, DJ Dense. It was an amazing night filled with classic elegance, laughter and love.

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Photography : Sposto Photography | Cinematography: Images By Inda | Event Planning + Design: Rock Paper Details | Florals: Rebelle Fleurs | Cake: The French Confection Co. | Invitations: Woo Paperie & Press | Bride’s Shoes: Louboutin | Jewelry: Shay Fine Jewelry | Rings: Jason of Beverly Hills | Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Alvina Valenta | Makeup: Felicia La Tour | Hair: Maisha Oliver | Calligraphy: Truly Madly Ink | Calligraphy: Truly.Madly.Ink | Lighting: J Fox Lighting | DJ: DJ Dense | Grooms’ Attire: Michael Ferrera | Venue: Bel-Air Bay Club | Bride’s Gown: Paolo Sebastian | Guest Book + Favors: Cole Craig Organic Candles | Rentals: Frolic & Sage | Rentals: La Tavola Fine Linen Rental | Rentals: Dish Wish | Ring Box: The Mrs Box

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Top Wedding Entertainment Trends of 2017

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It’s 2017. In this neoteric age of Instagram and Pinterest, brides have vision boards, pins, and “MUST-haves” before even stepping foot into their first potential vendor’s door. Every bride-to-be wants her wedding to be perfect, magical, but most importantly, one of a kind. Couples are coming up with more and more ways to make their wedding stand out, reevaluating the expectation to include what is considered the “norm” and giving more creative input than ever before in every area, including music and entertainment. Here at On the Move Entertainment, we believe every wedding is bespoke, we strive to make celebration dreams come true, and we are constantly acclimating to the times, so we’ve rounded up the eight most popular trends in wedding entertainment for 2017 to help inspire your big day.

Euro Flip

If you’re having a traditional sit down dinner, consider saving the dancing until after all the dining is complete (European style!) rather than dancing in-between courses.

 

Walk to Your Own Beat

Swap the classic strings ensemble at your ceremony for something a bit more unique to you. One of our biggest requests this year was to implement a beat to the ceremony music, so we decided to curate a brand-new group called “Pop Classical,” which features three live string pieces and a beatboxer. It has quickly become one of our most popular groups for wedding ceremonies.

Speech Don’t Kill My Vibe

More than ever, couples are asking their best man, MOH, parents, and whomever else is making a toast at the reception to keep their words to a minimum length as to not use up too much time in the reception or lose the energy of the party. Don’t be afraid to request your loved ones keep it “short and sweet.”

And All That Jazz… Or Not

For years, the music at a typical wedding cocktail hour consisted of a small ensemble, usually jazz or a classical genre. Often it was the reception band broken down into an acoustic duo or jazz trio. However, we’ve received so many requests this year to curate something unique for the couple’s cocktail hours, we created a small ensemble, “Hip Hop Jazz,” consisting of typical jazz instruments covering current hip-hop tunes for a modern, edgy vibe. It’s the perfect change up before heading into the reception. Don’t be afraid to pick an ensemble whose music represents you as a couple.

Formality Shmormality

Consider nixing mid-reception traditional formalities, such as the bouquet and garter toss, cake cutting, or formal introductions if they’re not your style and replacing them with some not-so-traditional formalities. Or just more dancing.

“I Do” It for the ‘Gram

Try out a new take on the always fun photo booth! Super popular this year have been the animated GIF booth, flip-book booth, Snapchat booth, 360 degree booth, anything involving Boomerang, and last but not least, the coveted multi-cam. Couples are even curating their own Instagram worthy setups by placing decor and backdrops in a specific area, knowing most guests have their own professional camera right in their pockets – an iPhone! Custom geo-filters for Snapchat and custom geo-tags for Instagram are also a must in 2017. How else will all the people who couldn’t make it see all of your amazing wedding details!?

I Did It My Way

In the past, a first dance was usually a meaningful ballad that the bride and groom would dance to slowly while gazing lovingly into each other’s eyes. In 2017, first dances are more innovative than ever – choreographed dances by the bride and groom, all-out performances involving the bridal party, and fully immersive, guest-involved pieces are frequent and often. Don’t believe us? One word: Youtube.

Cirque-Us

There’s a place for specialty talent at weddings now more than ever before. In the past few years, same-sex weddings have influenced this by not being so stuck on the traditional wedding components and embracing the idea of infusing more fun and entertainment into the day. Cirque performers, champagne serving aerialists, celebrity impersonators, and beautifully costumed performers to complete a specific theme are all finding their way out of the corporate industry and into the wedding industry. We recently had a stunning wedding at The Foundry in Long Island City where the entertainment was truly customized to the groom and groom’s vision. It started off with an intimate and sultry, live ensemble with a chanteuse vocalist performing interpretations of the couple’s favorite songs for the ceremony, then featured dancers dressed as peacocks during the cocktail hour, and finally, a flashmob-style performance choreographed for the couple’s first dance. To top it off, they coordinated a surprise, drag queen performance during the late night dance party!

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Stunning gowns with built-in shapewear? Dreams really DO come true.

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Walking down the aisle in a gown that is absolutely gorgeous and super flattering? That’s the dream. So when Maggie Sottero announced that their new Cordelia Collection features select styles with slenderizing shapewear + underlays, we were ecstatic. Think a lineup of ultra-feminine gowns that reduce the need to purchase expensive shapewear for the Big Day. Oh, and they also happen to be super pretty. We are sooo all about this, you guys.

Take that Maggie Sottero style we know and love and infuse it with lightweight, high-quality linings that smooth and complement and the results are absolute perfection… just what Maggie Sottero is so well-known for. From the classic silhouettes filled with artful details and modern elegance to the luxurious fabrics (hello, lace) to the fit that will make you so, so happy, this is a collection that simply screams beautiful bride. Not to mention that with built-in shapewear, you can say “goodbye” to all of those annoying shapewear purchases and “hello” to a gown that looks amazing on your shape… naturally. It’s basically a dream come true for every bride looking to WOW. And we can’t get enough.

From the lace appliqués + beaded belt of the Jaslynn to the lace on tulle fit and flare of the Aretha, head to Maggie Sottero today to check out every pretty inch of the Cordelia Collection. Because if you’re looking for a subtly smooth shape that is comfortable and flattering, you found it. Trust us, loves. You are going to LOVE this collection.

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Dreamy Bridal Inspiration in the Most Romantic City on the Planet

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Paris can do no wrong in our eyes and that sentiment shines through in this gorgeous bridal inspiration crafted by French Grey Events. A lush bouquet and a lace and chiffon gown are the perfect match for the architectural beauty of the most romantic city in all the land. And so too is the photography genius of Michael and Carina. Get lost in the beauty of Paris and a stunning bride with each and every image right here.

From the Photographers… The American Church of Paris with its stunning architecture made for the most beautiful backdrop for this elegant Parisian bridal editorial. The set of images showcase the different emotional stages a bride goes through before getting married: she is nervous, excited, playful, feels empowered, feels bittersweet. This introspective journey in the “city of love”, which is rich in love, happiness, loneliness and heaviness all at once, created an appealing backstory to this editorial.

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Photography: Michael and Carina Photography | Dress: Lihi Hod | Shoes : Jimmy Choo | Hair and Makeup: Harold James | Event Venue: American Church In Paris | Film Lab: Richard Photo Lab | Floral Design, Planning and Styling: French Grey Events | Model: Fanny Beladona | Mohair Jumper: Maison Floret

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An Utterly Romantic Villa Wedding

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If you think you’ve got to play it safe with neutrals in order to have an elegant wedding, take a look at this day to be kindly convinced otherwise. Rich with moody jewel tones and metallic accents, this rustic-meets-modern affair embraces color in a way we wholeheartedly adore. Ashley Kelemen photographed the wedding in a way only a true artist could, and we’re soaking up every last second.

From Ashley KelemenJuliana and Carl planned an intimate day for their closest family and friends, with a focus on both organic and geometric details, and the comfort and joy of their guests. They worked with Olive Willow Designs to design incredible florals to make the beautiful space of the villa really pop. A highlight of the day was when Carl serenaded his bride during the ceremony, to the delight of everyone in attendance. Overall, this event was full of personal details and huge smiles from beginning to end!

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Photography: Ashley Keleman | Coordination: The Villa San Juan Capistrano | Floral Design: Olive Willow Designs | Cake: It’s All About The Cake | Hair + Makeup: Sharon Y. Park | DJ: Keith Divel | Venue: The Villa San Juan Capistrano | Paper Goods: Christine Turner

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A Sleek, Modern Jewel Tone Wedding

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This couple chose a bold palette for their Alys Beach wedding, and to say we’re obsessed is a serious understatement. Exhibit A – the florals by Myrtie Blue that served as the perfect dose of color for an all-white bridal party and their chic, modern reception…not to mention the dreamy floating lanterns hung above the dance floor. True to form, Lauren Kinsey brought her A-game behind the camera and we’ve got every jewel toned second waiting for you here.

From Lauren KinseyWhen it came to planning her own wedding, Jamie of Fancy Events knew just what would fit the bill. Jamie loves hints of modern mixed with pops of color, so Alys Beach was the natural choice of venue with it’s clean, modern style architecture.

Her choices of jewel tones against the stark white exteriors was a beautiful combination, and Brian from Myrtie Blue pulled her vision together flawlessly with delicate florals set behind structured clear glass displays.

The showstopper was the hundred floating lanterns above the dance floor underneath a clear top tent, giving the feeling of dancing the night away under the stars.

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Photography: Lauren Kinsey Fine Art Weddings | Cinematography: Theory Y Design | Event Planning: Fancy | Floral Design: Myrtie Blue | Cake: Confections On The Coast | Ceremony Venue: Seaside Interfaith Chapel | Reception Venue: Alys Beach | Hair + Makeup: Yvette Nation | Band: Big Night Dynamite | Transportation: 654 Limo | Ceremony Venue Coordination: Mary Katherine Nealy | Reception Venue Coordination: Alys Beach | Rentals: H&M

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A Wedding Filled with Whimsy and a Stunning Butterfly Release

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Never have I ever come across a wedding quite as dazzling as this Santa Ynez affair. And it makes complete sense when you hear that the gorgeous Bride is none other than the founder of Flutter Magazine. With the help of an insanely talented group of vendors including design by Joy Proctor, florals by Amy Osaba, beauty by TEAM Hair and Makeup and stunning photographs by Jose Villa, this wedding has whimsy at every turn. And just wait until you see the butterfly release. See the full day right here!

From the Bride… Tyson and I met thirteen years ago during the Fall of our freshman year at college in Santa Barbara. I’ll never forget… I watched him step out of a friends car, and just like that, I found myself flustered in attempts to introduce myself. Looking back now, it really was love at first sight. I know it sounds silly, but I don’t think it’s something you really realize until much later reflection, recounting every moment that lead you to where you are, that you understand how truly special that first meeting was.

With a custom gown in mind, I went to LA-based designer Jannina Figueroa of Madeleine Fig to help make something ‘bohemian couture’ complete with a wishlist of fun features: high-low structure, pockets (a must!), illusion layers, and lace. Every detail was handcrafted with love by Jannina and her team. For a little ‘something borrowed,’ we took remnant lace from the dress to make heirloom robes for the wedding party.

I wanted a special gift for my sister, my maid of honor. As I have always adored Sofia Kaman’s bespoke stacking rings, I knew my sister would too. I went to Sofia with my grandmother’s wedding band and she helped me repurpose the stones into matching stacks of gold and rose gold ‘sister rings.’ It was a beautiful way to share such a special family heirloom with my sister. Of course I had to get custom monogrammed “Mrs.” Boxes for us, too!

Jenna Rainey of Monvoir created the prettiest watercolor heraldry that we used within the invitation suite and throughout the wedding. I’m pretty obsessed! The invite had custom watercolor illustrations and was blind embossed with floral. Tied up with ribbon and placed in hand-calligraphed vellum envelopes, it made for some pretty heart-fluttering and colorful snail mail.

If there was one thing our guests could not stop talking about, it was the food! Inspired by our engagement in Tuscany, it was important to me and Tyson to create a really lovely dinner party… One filled will innovative delights and overflowing with wine, champagne, and exquisite service. Our friends at The Kitchen For Exploring Foods mesmerised palates with a Mediterranean-influenced meal served à la russe. With fifty guests, surrounded by enchanting florals, candlelight, and a live jazz quartet under the stars, it was a dream come true dinner.

From the event designer, Joy Proctor… Kim entered the ceremony down stone stairs of the Villa and walked down the aisle which was lined in growing poppies and ranunculus.

Placed at every seat was an antique glass box from La Rousse Shop with two live painted lady butterflies. Susan Silverberg calligraphed hang tags that read ‘At first kiss, release and set your heart aflutter.’ Upon pronouncement, it was the perfect heart-fluttering celebration of our love.

The color palette reflected Kim’s style through and through, with warm watermelon, coral, and sunset tones paired against taupes and creams as a nod to their engagement in Tuscany. To evoke the playful yet elegant aesthetic that Kim is so known for, we used a beautiful watercolor crest designed by Monvoir, complete with florals and butterflies throughout the suite.

Making their way to the reception, guests were invited to find their seating assignments in drawers of an antique dresser which had been filled with moss and flowers.

As a nod to their Italian engagement, Kim and Tyson wanted to share an al fresco dining experience with their guests. To create an intimate environment we built a beautiful structure draped in taupe fabric over two rows of dining tables. Florals and greenery grew up the structure organically, while Tuscan style chandeliers hung down the center. Linen chairs and wooden tables added to the Tuscan feel, while artisanal breads, olive oil, fruits and flowers created for a lush, edible tabletop. Menus personalized with each guests names were placed atop ceramic plates handmade in Europe. 

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Photographer: Jose Villa Photography | Event Planning & Design: Joy Proctor Design | Floral Design : Amy Osaba | Flowers : Rose Story Farm | Flowers : Florabundance | Stationery: Mon Voir | Catering : Kitchen for Exploring Foods | Hair and Makeup: TEAM Hair and Makeup | Antique Lounge Furniture & Decor : Barn Relic | Bride and Bridesmaid Jewelry: Sofia Kaman | Brides Dress & Robes: Madeleine Fig | Cake & Favors : Bottega Louie | Candles: Creative Candles | Ceremony and Reception : Sunstone Winery & Villa | Day of Calligraphy: Susan Silverberg | Grooms Tux: Burberry | Lanterns and Votives : Theoni Collection | Lighting, Structure and draping : Bella Vista Designs, Inc | Linens : La Tavola Fine Linen Rental | Music : Elan Artists | Ribbons : Silk & Willow | Tables, Chairs & Chandeliers: Revelry Event Designers

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A Garden Wedding Inspired by the Couple’s Love of Art

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It’s not every day you come across a wedding quite as striking as this. And that’s saying a lot coming from an editor who sees pretty amazing nuptials on the reg. No surprise, vendor masterminds like A Modern Plan were behind the scenes on the making of this art-inspired celebration, and our beloved Jose Villa worked his usual magic behind the lens.

From the planner, A Modern PlanKatie + Clark are both from Alaska. They met in high school and are simply the most lovely couple. They share a strong love of art and traveling. Their wedding was filled with lots of personal touches. Katie’s love of the quaint flower shops in Paris was echoed in the beautiful abundant blooms displayed in vintage flower buckets by Brown Paper Design.

Clark and Katie’s affection of the arts was seen throughout their day. In the programs created by the bride and also their menus. Each menu had a print of one of their favorite paintings or drawings. The week leading up to the wedding date showed rain in the forecast. The rain added such an intimate touch to their day. A beautiful tent was set up at Beaulieu Garden for their reception and guests gathered around their ceremony with clear umbrellas. Such a beautiful day.

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Photography: Jose Villa Photography | Event Planning: A Modern Plan | Cake : The Whole Cake | Calligraphy: Bespoke Aesthetics | Lighting : Got Light | Dj : DJ CAMS | Venue: Beaulieu Garden | Classic Car: Wine Country Classic Limousine | Floral Design + Decor : Brown Paper Design | Linens: La Tavola Fine Linen Rental | Lounge Rentals : Found Vintage Rentals | Paper Goods : Made by the Bride | Rentals: Bright Event Rentals | Rentals : Classic Party Rentals | Rentals : Encore Events Rentals | Shuttles: Napa Valley Tours & Transportation | Tabletop Rentals: Frances Lane | Tenting: Classic Party Rentals | Venue, Food and Rentals : Paula LeDuc Fine Catering

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The Details in These Gowns are Everything

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In the world of dreamy wedding gowns, Morilee Madeline Gardner can seriously do no wrong. And their newest Reflections Collection? One of their best yet. Think beyond stunning styles boasting 3-D florals, sparkles + sequins and figure-flattering silhouettes just waiting to steal the spotlight. Yep, this is a collection that is all about the details… and it’s sooo gorgeous.

Whether you’re saying “I do” in a traditional ceremony at your family church or tying the knot in a more laid-back setting, the Morilee Madeline Gardner Reflections Collection has everything you’ve ever wanted… and so much more. From the dramatic detachable trains to the intricate details to the silky smooth fabrics, every last piece in this breathtaking collection will WOW each and every one of you guests and have you dancing the night away like a total princess. We love that.

From beautiful ball gowns to sassy fit and flares to A-line pretties, the Morilee Madeline Gardner Reflections Collection is your go-to for that gown of your dreams. Visit them today to start perusing the beautiful options… we can’t wait to see which gown you rock on the Big Day, lovelies.

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