Ebell Long Beach Wedding

Elizabeth and James

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This Ebell of Long Beach Wedding has everything you’re looking for in a romantic wedding! Elizabeth and James created a spectacular celebration with their family and friends.  The Ebell of Long Beach was restored from 1924 and used to be a women’s club. It’s really unique as it lies within a residential neighborhood. The Ebell of Long Beach was named a historical landmark and you can totally see why. It’s architecture lends easily for picturesque moments and every turn seems to surprise you with elements of decorative whimsy.Blush events did an amazing job coordinating this event. The florals by Designer Dana were impeccable! I especially loved Elizabeth’s bouquet, with the pops of red.  Leeza and James also included some beautiful elements of their heritage with a tea ceremony. Wait until you get a look at their traditional outfit–we were all in love with it! There were supposed to be a certain amount of dates they were supposed to catch in their wedding cloth and James and Elizabeth caught about 10 of them! Oh my 10 kids! I can;t wait to see that 😉  I’ll  never forget when Elizabeth and James did their first look. It melted my heart. It was a moment for just the two of them. They both teared up and you could tell just how much they truly love one another. It was hard for me not to get emotional witnessing such a perfect moment. Even when Leeza did the father and daughter dance–she was so filled with emotion and love! The night ended with dancing (and I mean a lot of dancing). The guests seemed overjoyed because it seemed that no one sat in their seats. It was a perfect ending to a perfect day! If you’d like Lucy Munoz to photograph your wedding contact her here

Here’s to dancing the night away,


Venue| Ebell of Long Beach

Wedding Coordinator |Blush Events

Florals | Designer Dana

Dress and Tuxedo | Altier by Dawn

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