Sleek white chairs and tables mixed with rustic tables built from stacks of wooden pallets topped with glass give the bride the "simple yet chic" wedding she wanted.
Cheerful wildflowers are the dominant floral.
A closer view of the pallet tables, created from stacks of wooden pallets topped with glass.
A row of vases marches down the table.
Dinner is served from five different "restaurants," each featuring a wooden frame with menu items attached to chicken wire. Paul Assenheim Cuisine oversees catering.
A longer view of the dining tables.
In keeping with the comfortable, homey mood, the event team suspends hammocks between the trees.
A dinner table next to the home's trees.
Rentals from the flea market add to the cozy atmosphere.
The serene chuppah.
The event team builds out a deck in the olive grove area of the house using sheets of OBS for a rustic look. Imagine handled lighting and stage design.
The event team puts planters in the gaps where the OBS sheets used to build the deck had to accommodate trees.
The eclectic lounge area.
Another view of the lounge.
Another view of the dining tables.
Wildflowers--and plenty of them--dominate the floral.
Another view of the lounge area.
The sheer abundance of the wildflowers in simple vases yields impact.
The drama of structural floral.
What better decor pieces for a wedding amid olive trees than olive oil cans?
A closer view of the planters that cleverly disguise gaps in the decking.
A mix of simple glass vessels including vases and jars lines the table.
A rustic centerpiece.
An iron as a vase? Why not!
These irons aren't pressing the table linen; they are vessels for floral.
Another view of the eclectic floral.
A rustic wooden box holds floral.
Coffee cups hold wildflowers.
The coffee station was located near the modern house, but the event team "vintaged" the area with flea market furniture and old Persian carpets.
The simple coffee cups.
Another view of the coffee station.
A view of the chuppah as night falls. Jam jars filled with paraffin and wicks are used as lighting.
One of the five "restaurant" stations.
A view of the lounge deck at night.
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