A wedding and event planning boutique based in San Francisco, combining
artistic design with meticulous planning to produce unforgettable experiences.
We invite you to be married, celebrate your union, and support civil and equal rights in the process. This is a completely not for profit offering. Read on for details!
As individuals, creatives and business owners in the wedding industry, we believe in celebrating love in ALL its many forms. We know that everyone has their own unique love story that speaks to their personal journey and there are many who may have had to face adversity along the way. Love is the common thread that binds us all together. Love sees beyond our differences.
We have been inspired to help tell those diverse and perhaps less represented love stories. We want to share and celebrate YOUR unique story and also give back in the process. We’ve teamed up with an amazing group of top wedding industry professionals to offer a luxury Elopement Wedding Experience valued at over $15,000 at an exclusive discounted rate of $6,000, with 100% of the proceeds to be donated to the American Civil Liberties Union.
To enter, submit your unique and diverse love story to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line, “Indivisible Elopement Submission” by Monday April 3rd.
The selected couple will be announced the following week.
The luxury elopement package will include:
A morning ceremony at San Francisco city hall, followed by a beautifully curated celebration with up to 8 guests at a nearby location.
Hair and Makeup by Skyla Arts Beauty
Personal flowers for the couple along with flowers for the table setting by Amanda Vidmar Design
A Champagne toast
Cake by Pretty Please Bakeshop
Light bites provided by Culinary Eye Catering
Signage and wedding announcements by Aerialist Press
Linens by La Tavola Linen
Furniture by One True Love Vintage
Tabletop rentals by Frances Lane
Designed and coordinated by Kaella Lynn Events
Photographed by Hannah Suh Photography (3 hours of coverage, high resolution digital files, online gallery and a $200 print credit)
Normally valued at over $15,000 we will be offering this exclusive package to one lucky couple for $6,000 with all proceeds going to the ACLU.
Rules and Guidelines: Wedding must take place on a weekday in 2017. Payment is due 2 weeks before your event. The event is limited to 10 total guests. The City Hall ceremony takes place in the morning with the reception following. The couple’s story will be used as inspiration for the design and Kaella Lynn Events will provide creative direction for decor details, including table design, cake, paper goods and flowers for the event. The vendors listed must be used for the event. Package includes two meetings. One initial planning meeting and one final meeting closer to event date.
We are looking for a part-time Assistant Planner to support our impeccable work and uncompromising standards for our clients and vendors. You will report directly to the Owner and Creative Director, Kaella Wilson, by handling a variety of tasks from office administration to assisting at our events. This is a great opportunity for someone looking for a part time position and interested in growth within the company.
Payment: To be discussed based on experience
Interview Process: Please be sure to read the entire job description and review our work to make sure you feel like you would be a good fit before applying. If selected to be interviewed, typically we will make our decision in 3 rounds. The first round being a phone interview and the second two in person.
To be considered, please submit your resume to email@example.com with subject line “Assistant Planner.” Please explain what make you the ideal candidate, why you are seeking a part time position and why you want to work for Kaella Lynn Events.
Hope your Thanksgiving was full of abundance, joy and laughter with your loved ones! And of course food! We’ve got some pin-worthy features for you to peruse, while you rest off that food coma. In addition to Wednesday’s featured KLE wedding, Jayne and Chris’ Black Tie wedding is published on The Knot today! Below is the inspiration behind this sensational celebration with some of my favorite images by Robin Jolin Photography. Be sure to head over to The Knot for the full feature. Big thank you to all the vendors who came together to make this one happen – there were 25! Check out the full list at the bottom of this post.
Jayne and Chris began dating while each attended Stanford University, where they played Basketball and Football respectively. The story of how they met is pretty incredible, if you are ever lucky enough to hear it. Jayne went on to play basketball professional and was finishing out her WNBA season with the San Antonio Stars while we planned their wedding. It was only natural the two would select the Stanford Memorial Church at their alma mater for their ceremony with the reception at Kohl Mansion.
When we met they focused mostly on the guest experiences. To quote, they wanted to “blow them away with an atmosphere they won’t forget!” When it came to design, they did offer some specific direction. Both agreed on a classic and formal affair. Jayne wanted touches of glam, while Chris often referred to “James Bond” when trying to describe his vision. To appeal to them both, we went with a black and white color palette with touches of blush and greenery to soften the contrasting colors and add some romance.
The menu was a unique twist that made this formal affair far from stuffy. They wanted Mexican food! Thomas John Events created a refined menu with street corn on the cob, chicken mole and homemade guacamole! The surprises continued with a churro cart and cigar bar after cake cutting. Just before the last dance, guests were teated with In-n-Out cheeseburgers.
A girl walks into a bar… That is exactly how this story begins. After a professional dancing career in NYC, Erin moved to SF where her sister was living. Soon after she walked into the bar where Tony was bartending. Just one date later and the two were inseparable. Erin and Tony both come from tight-knit families, so it is no surprise that their biggest priority was that their wedding feel intimate and welcoming. A ceremony at the Swedenborgian Church and reception at the eclectic Firehouse 8 created the perfect settings to create this intimate affair and highlighted San Francisco, the place they both consider home. Flowers were another important element in setting the tone for their wedding. Our goal was to create a secret garden feel amidst the urban setting. La Fleuriste grouped potted herbs, daffodils, crimson and peach blooms and lush greens flowing from cement urns to create an organic, garden ambience. Copper accents, detailed chargers and long sequin gowns set the tone for a formal event, while farm tables and bistro chairs created a relaxed setting to make sure the ambience was still warm and inviting. The result was exactly what Erin and Tony had hoped – a wedding that felt authentic to both of them, warm and inviting with lots of dancing! And for the perfect ending to their wedding celebration, the couple hosted an after party at Aventine, the very bar where they first met.
Head over to the full feature on Carats & Cake for more details direct from the bride herself. Below are my personal faves and the full vendor list.
Photographer: Melanie Duerkopp Photography| Ceremony Venue: Swedenborgian Church | Reception: Firehouse 8 | Caterer: LRE Catering | Wedding Planner and Designer: Kaella of Kaella Lynn Events | Florist: La Fleuriste | Linens: La Tavola Fine Linen | Paper Goods & Calligraphy: Brown Fox Calligraphy | DJ: DJ Vadim| Cake: Pretty Please | Hair and Makeup: Triple Twist | Bridesmaid dresses: Adrianna Papell | Rentals: Bright Rentals