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When we last shared healthy sips with Stephanie White, the Odylyne designer had just reinvented her astral gypsy label into a boho-cool bridal line and had big plans to open a "bridal general store." Now named Odylyne: The Ceremony, the brand has joined LA's rising bohemian bridal scene with the debut of its very own wedding salon.
Located on Fairfax Avenue just south of The Grove, the 2,000-square-foot boutique (dubbed "The Haven") features dreamy white walls and flooring accented by fresh greenery. As far as goods, expect to find White's full bridal and bridesmaid dress collections, plus her soon-to-arrive honeymoon line, Rococo The Label. One-of-a-kind brides will also find all of the accoutrements needed to accompany Lampkin's lacy creations, including feather crowns by Amaroq, galactic hair accessories by Heart of Gold, fragrances by Nova Perfumes, candles by Hiwildflower, sacred objects by Meraki Nomad, and more.
Take a peek inside the appointment-only space in the gallery above (that hanging rattan chair!) and book your next visit by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (323) 424-7601.
Odylyne: The Ceremony's The Haven is open by appointment Tuesday through Sunday from 11am to 6pm.