A Luxe Wedding At The Grand Del Mar From YourBash! Event Design

Brian Worley of YourBash! event design is an expert in crafting luxurious weddings. To continue our Wed 100 series, we’re showcasing his knack for gorgeous design in the best way possible: With this real wedding in San Diego, California full of steal-worthy decor ideas and event inspiration. Brian wanted the architecture of The Grand Del Mar to truly speak for itself so he followed a “less is more” design aesthetic for the ceremony. For the reception he created a rustic, yet polished and refined look by adding long wooden tables and over 500 candles to provide an intimate glow in the venue’s reception hall. The couple attended the University of Texas, so as a tribute to their alma-mater Brian transformed the after-party space into the “Longhorn Lounge,” which mimicked the feel of a smoking room with copper furniture and wooden accents. See the photos below from 2Me Studios (or check out the full wedding album here).

P.S. Brian will also be designing for The Knot’s Gala held on October 14, so stay tuned for more gorgeous photos!

Photo: 2Me Studios/ Event Design: YourBash! / Featured: The Knot blog
Photo: 2Me Studios/ Event Design: YourBash! / Featured: The Knot blog
Photo: 2Me Studios/ Event Design: YourBash! / Featured: The Knot blog
Photo: 2Me Studios/ Event Design: YourBash! / Featured: The Knot blog
Photo: 2Me Studios/ Event Design: YourBash! / Featured: The Knot blog
Photo: 2Me Studios/ Event Design: YourBash! / Featured: The Knot blog
Photo: 2Me Studios/ Event Design: YourBash! / Featured: The Knot blog
Photo: 2Me Studios/ Event Design: YourBash! / Featured: The Knot blog
Photo: 2Me Studios/ Event Design: YourBash! / Featured: The Knot blog
Photo: 2Me Studios/ Event Design: YourBash! / Featured: The Knot blog
Photo: 2Me Studios/ Event Design: YourBash! / Featured: The Knot blog
Photo: 2Me Studios/ Event Design: YourBash! / Featured: The Knot blog
Photo: 2Me Studios/ Event Design: YourBash! / Featured: The Knot blog

Photographer: 2Me Studios | Event Design: Brian Worley of YourBash! | Ceremony Site: The Aria Lawn, The Grand Mar, San Fransisco, CA | Lighting: Daylight Event Lighting | Flowers: Love Love Flowers Bridal Gown: Vera Wang | Bridal Gown Retailer: Neiman Marcus | Hair & Makeup: Karen Knopp | Groom’s Attire: Tom Ford | Bridesmaids Dresses: Amsale from Bella Bridesmaid | Reception Site: The Grand Del Mar | Cake: The Grand Del Mar | Caterer: The Grand Del Mar | Band: The Wayne Foster Band | Photobooth: HD Photobooth Linens: BBJ Linen | Videographer: Richard Shermer of Vinyl Weddings | Wedding Designer: Ann Adams of ASA Designs

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Escort cards are extremely easy to personalize and an excellent way to bring in your wedding day colors -- from calligraphed seating cards set atop a textured linen to apples tagged with each guest's name or small personalized bundles of lavender tied off with string. Other ways to display escort cards: Pin them to a clothesline, post them on a board covered in color-coordinated ribbon, or incorporate them into your cocktail hour using personalized stirrers tagged with guests' names.
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