DTLA Millwick Wedding | Bima and Jamie

                     

This DTLA Millwick wedding was as incredible as it looks! I love that Jamie and Bima chose to do a first look so that we could get all of the family formals done and that they had more time to spend the rest of the evening with their friends and loved ones. The DTLA Millwiick is at the heart of the arts district so as you can see there is so much color all over the art walls in Los Angeles. I grew up in Los Angeles and it will always have my heart. I loved the color palette starting with the beautiful outfits the bridesmaids wore. Jamie created these whimsical origami  cranes that added a special DIY component to the reception venue.

When Bima recited his vows he said he had fallen in love with Jamie at first sight and that he feared he was only in the friendship category. He knew he had to get out of there ASAP. We all chuckled at how he persevered and finally became more than just friends.

Later in the evening there was dancing and so much merriment–a beautiful and joyous thing to witness! I love that these two, who were the best of friends, got married! How often do you hear that you got to marry your best friend? How amazing is that!

Much love to you both Bima and Jamie!

Wedding planner | Christine V. Tran

Venue The Millwick 

Florals: Foxglove LA

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