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This Weddings Week has been filled with nifty resources for every single element of your big day, from where to shop to what to buy to what to do when things don't go as planned. If you're ready to start booking your dream team, we've rounded up LA's very best vendors to help you curate a party that people will be talking about for years to come.
From the creative stationer that Martha Stewart can't get enough of and the planner that celebrities hit up, to a masterpiece-worthy florist and a vintage cocktail master, now you know exactly who to call.
Bash, Please — Everyone from Clueless alum Donald Faison to Cupcakes and Cashmere blogstar Emily Schuman enlisted the help of this creative event and styling production team for their big days. Founded by genius duo Paige Appel and Kelly Harris, BP really "gets it" when it comes to making cool-kid wedding dreams come true.
So Happi Together — Whether you're looking to capture the magic of Malibu or prefer ballroom elegance for your princess moment, Nancy Park of So Happi Together can help bring your unique vision to life.
Chloe + Mint — If you want your wedding to look like it's straight out of a magazine editorial, this LA-based event design, coordinating, and floral design company is your jam. Founder Jenny Yi is passionate about making picture-perfect themed weddings that range from California Canyon to Malibu Seaside to Palos Verdes Spring.
Tiny Pine Press — If you want your invitations to feature earthy touches like a handwritten map, Jennifer Upham of TPP is your girl. Luxury designer BreeLayne used this creative company for her Martha Stewart-worthy wedding invitations.
Bliss & Bone — We've been a fan of this luxury stationery company for a very long time. Founder Cindy Skanderup is a fashion vet, which is why her unique and awe-inspiring designs have a true couture feel. Her brand is a master at juxtaposing pretty florals with clean, modern, and minimalistic text.
Smitten on Paper — If whimsy, calligraphy, and foil stamping are on your wedding stationery wish list, this Cali company has exactly what you're looking for. Customize online or take a road trip to Monrovia to visit their cute little shop IRL.
Valleybrink Road Flowers — Barrett Prendergast is a wearer of many hats. In addition to being a fashion world-beloved chef, gifter, and lifestyle curator, this inspiring LA mother also runs a floral service under her Valleybrink Road brand. Call on her to have your big day filled with fresh blooms in ultra-unique arrangements.
Moon Canyon — This rustic floral company has a cult following, and has been featured everywhere from the Echo Park Craft Fair to Martha Stewart Weddings.
Of The Flowers — Given that OTF's lead designer, Felisa Funes, is trained as a Fine Artist, it's no surprise that this LA-based company is known for turning flowers into a work of art.
Heirloom LA — This company is still killing the game when it comes to incredible organic crudite platters. Their unique spreads are a perfect complement to your rustic wedding.
Pharmacie — If cocktails are the centerpiece of your reception, Pharmacie's next-level mixology will impress your stylish crowd like no other. Founder and drinkist Talmadge Lowe will work with you to ensure that your wedding's bespoke drinks are as pleasing to the eye as they are pleasing to the palette.
Urban Palate — This DTLA boutique catering company is a favorite of aforementioned party planners Bash, Please and So Happi Together, as well as Airbnb and Warner Bros. Urban Palate's talented team of chefs and event coordinators will work with you to dream up a food story for your big day that will blow guests away.