You may be in the same stagnant spot that today's bride, Anna, found herself in when planning her wedding. Having tried on "literally" 100 weddings dresses she just couldn't envision her day. Until one very special Galia Lahav gown inspired a dreamy wedding theme. Setting the tone for the rest of her details to simply fall into place. During her appointments with her planner Fancy That! Events and florist Petals LA she would simple show them a picture of her gown and say, "this is the inspiration!" And from there - pure magic. Duke Images captures the astounding beauty that unfolded at the Taglyan Cultural Complex playing out in a combination of white flowers, dark green greenery, and rose gold accents.

Galia Lahav Gown Inspired a Dreamy Wedding

To really describe her process, Anna says she couldn't figure out her vision for the day until she had nailed her dream gown. Her friends and family can attest to her trying on dress after dress, as they patiently attended each of her appointments. The day she went to her last appointment, she had told herself that if she didn't find anything, she would settle on the not-crazy-about-it-but-its-ok dress. Sure enough, she found the one. Her Galia Lahav gown inspired a dreamy wedding where it also lead to a rather stress-free planning process thereafter. She wanted to go for a classic, elegant look for the reception and the details were important. But more than anything else, Anna and Aram wanted their guests to eat, drink, party and have a great time! Her florist texted two days before about an idea they had about the backdrop. She trusted him fully and just told him to go with it. And what a show stopper it was. Allowing an A-list team of awesome vendors and giving them creative freedom made for one spectacular ambience for everyone to enjoy.

Photographer: Duke Photography Ceremony Venue: Saint Sophia Cathedral Los Angeles Reception Venue: Taglyan Complex Planner: Fancy That! Events Floral Design: Petals LA Rentals: La Tavola Linen Cakes & Desserts: Rafi's Pastry Bridal Shoes: Gianvito Rossi