A Wanderlust Wedding at Calamigos Ranch

I know I might say this often, but this is definitely one of my favorite weddings. Not only because it was held at the beautiful Calamigos Ranch venue in Malibu, California but because we were able to work on all the wedding signage to make a cohesive look. I will try to share pictures of the actual wedding in another blog but wanted to spotlight the signage that we did in this one first.

The main welcome table featured the Ceremony Program and the Hashtag sign, both framed in beautiful gold, ornate frames.

Everyone could find their seats  from this beautifully set up gold frame with the place cards hung on string.

The guest book was a shadowbox with the couples’ names and a slot to put little wooden hearts with guest’s names on them. Extremely sweet idea and you have a keepsake that you can put at home.

At your table, you will be able to find your table number and a bottle of wine with the menu conveniently placed on it.

It was a magical and romantic wedding to say the least. The beautiful, sunny day with the sun rays beaming in made it even more perfect.

You can find all of our wedding signage in our Etsy shop conveniently as printables!


Venue/Catering: Calamigos Ranch, Malibu

Event Management & Coordination: In the Clouds Events

Floral Design & Decor: In Flower Design 

Vintage Rental: DIY LA Bride



Google Does it Again

Google has done it again. They have now made life easier for engaged couples too! They have simplified wedding planning and now offer personalized websites, photo editing, Picasa Web Albums for sharing photos, and our very favorite – Google Docs with templates for all your planning needs. We know there are so many different avenues you can take to start your wedding planning, but how easy is it to start with an application you have already been using?

Use their guest list, seating charts and budget planner for your stationary needs. All you have to do is fill out the seating charts as your beautiful RSVP cards start coming back and send us that file to create your unique and personalized place cards.

“Organize the “to do’s” so you can get to the “I do’s”.