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Real Weddings: Lindsey & James featured in 2010 Los Angeles Ceremony Magazine

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Lindsey Speegle and James Aldridge incorporated many elements of their lives into their wedding celebration. To symbolize their engagement which took place in Solvang, CA by the town’s giant windmill, the couple had custom chocolate windmills created as favors. Bright blue and vibrant orange hues in their décor were reminiscent of the sensational California sunset over the Pacific Ocean witnessed by their guests at the reception. The couple strove to create a warm, welcoming ambiance for their beloved friends and family.

Venue, Wedding Consultant  & Linens: Verandas, Manhattan Beach
Photographer: Craig Rucker Photography
Floral Design: Blossom Floral
Caterer: New York Food Company
Invitations: Serendipity Design
Cake: A Sweet Design
Favors: Cheesy Photobooths, Champagne Chairs by Charles Sands &
Windwill Chocolates by Martine’s Chocolates
Videographer: Ashley Video Production
Transportation: Classy Chassis Rentals
Gown Designer: Melissa Sweet (Ceremony) & Priscilla of Boston (Reception)
Bridal Salon: The Wedding Day & The White Dress
Hairpiece & Veil: Richard Designs
Bridal Shoes: Manolo Blahnik
Hair: Christina Olson of Salon Plush
Makeup: Laura Leon of Good Side Cosmetics
Formal Wear: Friar Tux
Bridesmaid Dresses: Maggy London
Custom Bridesmaid Shoes: Diane Paone
Mothers’ Dresses: Badgley Mischka & Adrianna Papell
Wedding Rings: Ballard & Ballard

There are 6 Comments

  1. Comment by Beth:

    She looks like her Barbie. adorable

  2. Comment by BridetoBe:

    She wore the Carrie Bradshaw shoes…(squeal!!!)

  3. Comment by Sheryal:

    I would have never put these colors together, but it actually worked.

  4. Comment by Stephanie:

    Hi Andie, It looks like this doll was made to look like her…at least the dress. Do you know who made this? Also, same question with the sketch of the dress. Can you recommend a company that does this. I am always looking for these type of items for my brides.

  5. Comment by Andie:

    Hi Stephanie! The doll was created by Dolls by Barbara, but she is no longer taking orders to create custom dolls. I am going to link her webpage to her name. The Wedding Sketcher is an amazing artist who sketches gowns. Not sure if she is taking orders, but I am going to move this conversation to the forums to see if there are any other suggestions. I will do some of my own research as well. Thanks for getting the conversation started.

  6. Comment by Stacia:

    It was a pleasure to work with Lindsey! Her wedding was absolutely gorgeous and I was so happy to be a part of it.