Our recent Los Willows Estate shoot was just featured on the San Diego Style Weddings blog and social media! We often work with San Diego based brides and we are so honored to be featured on this lovely blog. Be sure to check out their Instagram for some divine Southern California wedding inspiration.
One of our most spectacular brides had her French Disco themed wedding chosen to be featured on brides.com and we just couldn't wait to share it with you! You can read more about the details on the post but let's just say it's an absolute stunner down to the last detail. We were delighted to work with Jessie on her customs made, off-the-shoulder dress. We drew inspiration from old-era France, using white silk charmeuse and hand stitched french embroidery. We're also in love with the the touch of neon at the reception and the disco theme! Congratulations Jessie and Davan!
Dress: L'ezu // Venue: Le Pavillon de Musique de la Comtesse du Barry // Catering: La Belle Assiette // Cake: Synie's Paris // Planner: Nancy La Tart from Fête in France // Bride's Shoes: Alberta Ferretti // Groom's Attire: Saint Laurent, Lanvin // Hair & Makeup: Harold James // Floral Design: Lily Paloma // Music: Jazz Around Midnight // Rentals: Options // Photography: Marcus Meisler // Videography: Vincent Cadoret of Lifestories Wedding
One of our founders, and lead designer, Patricia Nevil, was featured on Voyage LA a little earlier this month and we finally have a chance to share it with you! In the article, you'll delve a little into Patricia's background, what drew her to fashion, and the evolution of L'ezu bridal over the years.
Click Here to see the Voyage LA Feature. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did!
We are so proud to announce that L'ezu was a chosen feature on Wedding Shop Stories, an online wedding blog that outlines small business success stories. Our very own co-founder and lead designer, Patricia Nevil, gave a fabulous interview.
Here's a small excerpt:
Q: What do you like most about your business? What part of it is the most fulfilling?
A: The fact that I come to a playground! Always making something new and meeting new people!
Q: What advice would you like to give to people who wish to start a bridal boutique?
A: Being in the bridal industry is a passion more than a business, you need to be compassionate, assertive, flexible and most of all a good listener.
Q: What advice would you like to give to brides who walk into your boutique?
A: Enjoy the visit, and learn as much as you can about the fitting of a well made garment.
Check out the whole interview here.