Bryana and Jad were married at the iconic Klentner Ranch in Santa Barbara, California. All of the details were so elegant and fun – we loved working with Bryana and her mom, Cynthia, for over two years to bring this vision to life! After postponing this wedding due to the pandemic, the incredible day was well worth the wait. Because of the travel restrictions to Europe, we wanted to bring a “European Wedding” to Santa Barbara – and we did just that!
Bryana wore a custom Galia Lahav gown and beautiful Louboutin shoes. Her bouquet was created with garden roses, pieris buds, ranunculus, peonies, dusty miller, and lisianthus blooms. Her bridesmaids wore soft silver dresses while Jad and his groomsmen wore black tuxedos.
The ceremony took place on the polo lawn overlooking the coast. The arch was created with abundant greenery and Early Gray roses, to give added depth and texture. The carpeted aisle was lined with abundant delphinium blooms and roses. At the entrance of the aisle, two white European-inspired pillars with urns filled with hydrangea and white blooms anchored the space. The iconic stone staircase at Klentner Ranch served as the beginning of the aisle, and was lined with abundant delphinium blooms in white and light blue. Bryana’s cathedral-length gown trailed down the stairs – when she and her dad made their entrance as the harpist played, it was simply breathtaking.
After the ceremony, guests enjoyed floral-petal-filled cocktails and Mediterranean-inspired bites around the pool.
Guests were then escorted to the tent, where they found their names on a large, modern escort card wall and were greeted by a Belly Dancer, a celebratory nod towards Jad’s Lebanese heritage. The monochromatic design in the tent was so timeless and elegant. From the towering arrangements of hydrangea and roses to the five-tier wedding cake, the crystal chandeliers to the soft draping, the tent was so romantic. Guests enjoyed a Mediterranean-inspired dinner, a lively dance party, and an incredible Santa Barbara sunset.