Colorful Historic Clubhouse Wedding in California

Posted by Caitlin on Dec 16, 2013


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Carolina and Benjamin were married at the Twentieth Century Women’s Clubhouse in Eagle Rock, Calif. on November 2. “We knew our venue was the one due to how unique it was,” Carolina said. “It’s quaint craftsman architecture really drew us in.  . . the stage in the main hall, the foyer, the sunroom, the portico, and the lawn were all special features we’d never seen before.” Since they wanted their wedding to feel more like an elaborate house party, the couple opted for a “Day of the Dead” theme with lots of colorful do-it-yourself accents. Floral arrangements were a combination of both real and paper blooms, papel picado banners were hung inside and out, and clothespins secured escort cards. “The finished product of the escort cards on the wall was great,” she said. “I also loved the fact that people ended up clipping their own name tags to their clothes. It brought an element of fun to the wedding that I wasn’t expecting, and I loved it.” By the end of the night, you couldn’t help but notice all the smiling faces, positive energy, and dancing thanks to the mariachi band.

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Photography: Chelsea Elizabeth Photography | Venue: Twentieth Century Women’s Clubhouse | Caterer: Cacao Mexicantessan | Hair Stylist: Double O Salon | Cake: Porto’s Bakery | Officiant: LA Wedding Woman | Dress Designer: BHLDN | Shoes: Seychelles | Accessories: Fox and Hare Design and Delezhen | Groom’s Attire: Zara | Photo Booth: Drunken Pixel