A Chic Beachfront Bridal Shower – Laguna Beach, California

When it comes to event design, it’s our  absolute passion!

 Traveling and seeing a new environment, cultures brings such inspiration that we use in our creativity and design.

We recently designed an elegant bridal shower off the cliffs of beautiful Laguna Beach California. With many distinctive hotels to choose from,

 Montage Resort  was the perfect place for this particular intimate bridal shower.

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The Montage is set on an oceanfront bluff with sweeping panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean. The craftsman style architecture  is surrounded by lush green landscapes and the natural beauty of California’s gorgeous wildlife.

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We chose the Studio Restaurant lawn. We wanted to set the bridal shower in an area where all the guests could enjoy the special occasion amongst the fabulous views of the ocean.

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The lavish white table was surrounded with contemporary ghost chairs with accenting classic Louis Chairs in the center and on each end. The floral centerpieces gave a feminine – modern touch to the elegant setting. The centerpieces were designed with a selection of lush white hydrangea, Quicksand roses, delicate pink spray roses and set in a sleek  mirror container.

Floral’s  provided by Bloom Box Design of Costa Mesa, California.

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Guests also enjoyed a signature Alessandra cocktails. The custom cocktails contained  St. Germain,sparkling wine, soda water and muddled strawberries. A signature cocktail isn’t complete without the adorable Sugarfina Champagne candy and Voluspa champagne candle favors to go with such a sweet brunch on a sunny California day.

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We enjoy creating and designing environments all over the world.  From chic and intimate bridal showers to large destination weddings. There are no limits where we can’t go to design and create what we love doing. For inquiries on destination event design, please contact us at info@angelicgrove.com

 

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