Real Weddings: Julie + Roozbeh

Today’s wedding is not only fabulous (and purple!) but it was shot by one of my favorite photographers in the world, Apertura, so I’m doubly excited to show it to you!

Julie and Roozbeh were married at the Los Verdes Golf Course in Palos Verdes, CA. Their event designer, Sonia Sharma, did an amazing job carrying their modern purple and chartreuse theme throughout the event and transforming the location into a wedding wonderland!

apertura photo

Julie’s shoes are stunning! I also love how relaxed and happy they look on their wedding day. Her dress by Rivini was so flattering!

getting ready

As I like to say, “Le Sigh”. What a picture-perfect location. And that is our groom, Roozbeh, literally dancing down the aisle!

purple outdoor wedding ceremony

purple ceremony programs

Pomanders were the order of the day, executed to perfection by Westwood Flower Garden.

ceremony floral pomanders

floral pomander arch

This arch is so cute!

floral pomander arch

The cocktail hour included a lounge seating area as well as lemonade and fruit for the guests.

lime and purple cocktail hour lounge

wedding fruit bar

The large space inside the club at the Los Verdes Golf Course was turned into a magical reception space by Sonia and Westwood. Purple pipe and drape gives the room a completely unique character and those centerpieces are to die for!

purple tented room

branch and flower pomander centerpieces

pomander centerpieces

Beautiful and yummy cake by Torrance Bakery.

branch wedding cake

And a purple candy buffet, with candy created by Garvey Nut and Candy

purple wedding candy bar

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The sweetheart table:

sweetheart table

And an outdoor bar and lounge area (it was unfortunately chilly in CA that night!)

outdoor lounge area wedding

california wedding reception

first dance

Two favorites:

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Ray and Erwin, thank you so much for sharing this beautiful and fun wedding with our readers! More photos from Julie and Roozbeh’s event can be found on the too-good-to-stop-reading Apertura blog.