Magical Pool Candlelight

This upcoming Saturday we will be handling the decor for a fun little dinner party up in the Hollywood Hills that will take place outdoors and poolside. We’ve been discussing ways to illuminate the outdoors and bring a magical quality to the pool that will contribute to the event’s ambiance. Ultimately we’ve decided to line the pool with candles and votives to create that perfect warm summer glow. Here’s a round up of some striking poolside illumination that has us feeling transported!

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Summer Seaside Dinner Party

Last month a Client requested a fun and casual dinner party on their beautiful patio in Malibu, CA. With a casual polynesian inspired menu, we wanted to create a feeling of being transported somewhere tropical. We came across these adorable mini pineapples as we were perusing the flower mart and built around them to create something fun, colorful, lush and vibrant. We knew we had a beautiful setting to work with and wanted to play off of the colors of the home and create something that would pop against their beautiful existing teal flooring. We selected a mix of zebra and elephant ear palm leaves to be used as a faux runner across their wooden table with fresh tangerines dotted along to create a contrast and a bit of tropical flair. Beautiful fuchsia peonies mixed with white dahlias were arranged in bud vases alongside brass taper candles to add height and visual interest. Finally, our cute mini pineapples were layered atop cream colored plates as an unexpected place setting detail!

We would love to be a part of your next dinner party or get-together! Contact us at: for help with design, coordination and hosting!



Ceramic Lighting

We love the versatility of shape, texture and dimension of ceramic lighting.  Beautiful crisp and clean, we love these lamps in outdoor spaces, kitchens and dining rooms. 

1. Patrick Hartog 2. Via Etsy 3. Natalie Page 4. Patrick Hartog 5. Bocci 21 Standard 6. Natalie Page 7. Lampalumina by Bouroullec Brothers 8. Benjamin Hubert 9. Hand and Eye Studio 10. Vibeke Skar and Ida Noemie Vidal

Sweetheart Table

Many couples opt for a sweetheart table to maintain a sense of privacy and intimacy on their big day. A sweetheart table can also be a great place to go a bit bolder in your design without committing to that aesthetic for the entire event. We love adding dripping garlands, banquettes, ribbon, and elegant props to make this table for two extra special. With so many directions to head in, pick decor appropriate to the overall theme of your event and then introduce some fun personalized touches to make it your very own.

*Photos Via Pinterest