Love is celebrated in many different ways across the world and throughout different cultures; each equally unique and full of generations of tradition. A multicultural wedding is a way to honor multiple faiths or cultures in a beautiful way and Teagan & Kha’s winter wedding at The Estate did just that.

A warm and elegant palette of grey, burgundy, and gold was used throughout the decor for their romantic reception in our ballroom. Gold decorative branches with hanging strings of beads served as centerpieces and added a touch of glamour to the tabletop along with loose petals and candlelight. Our lovely newlyweds and their wedding party dined from two elevated head tables which were distinguished with shimmering sequin linens paired with burgundy napkins.

A seven-tiered work of art by The Baking Institute featured beautiful textures and gold beaded details on the newlywed’s wedding cake complete with a “Mr & Mrs. Tran” cake topper; one of the first official reminders of their newly pronounced titles that will last a lifetime.

THE TEAM BEHIND THE DAY

A collaboration of creatives.

{ Reception Venue }  The Estate by Gene and Georgetti

{ Photography }  TWA Photographic Artists

{ Cake }  The Baking Institute

{ Linen }  Covered Affairs

{ DJ }  Sound Pro

{ Photo Booth }  HWU Studios