It’s that time of year again!  I’m looking to bring on a fresh, new face to the SEJ team this wedding season.  This is an unpaid intern position but a great opportunity for someone who wants to see how a small wedding biz is run as well as learn more about wedding planning, design, decor production and florals!


Based in Los Angeles / Pasadena

Must be available on event dates plus possibly 1-2 days a week to work in the studio located in Pasadena

Interested in learning more about wedding planning and design including florals

Must be stylish, sweet and savvy

Must have own car 



Office organization

Inspiration research 

Decor creation and floral design assistance

Coordination assistance on day-of


If you think this is a good match then please send me an email – – with a cover letter and resume.

{photo by Captured by Aimee}

I hope you are having a Valentine’s day that is full of lots of love!  I’m going to spend the day with my favorite little Valentine celebrating her very first Valentine’s day!  If you need some last minute ideas for what to get the favorite people in your life make sure you check out the Valentine’s Day Series I put together for A Subtle Revelry.  There’s something for everyone from your hubby to your best friend!















OK We’re going to try this again!

I’m so excited to announce that I’ll be teaming up with some pretty stellar vendors for the Los Angeles NotWedding.  I remember oohing and aahing over the very first NotWedding in Atlanta.  I had never seen anything like it before…a bridal show like no other…with cool, out-of-the-box ideas for those of us who didn’t want a cookie cutter wedding.  I’m hoping to bring that same level of freshness to the table this year and I think with the help of folks like The Little Branch and Smitten on Paper the creativity will be through the roof!

I hope you’ll join us on Wednesday, February 27th for what is sure to be an awesome night packed with inspiration!  Get your tickets here or enter right now for a chance to get a ticket for $5!   Just a few rules: to win you must be engaged, must agree to get more information from the NotWedding vendors and must list Sweet Emilia Jane as the vendor who referred you.

OK, so to enter simply leave a comment here about why you want to go to the NotWedding and I’ll pick a winner at random next week.

Make sure you find me in the Tunnel of Love and say hello!  I’ll be giving away some sweet goodies to the first 100 people or so who stop by!

*Winning ticket will be $30 off regular priced ticket.

  • Jenn Proske - February 5, 2013 - 2:07 pm

    Since I’ve been engaged & have started planning our wedding, I’ve only been to one wedding- and I feel like it was the most incredibly insightful, helpful thing EVER! I saw what worked, what didn’t, what I loved, and what I would definitely want to change when we have our big day.

    I’d love to go to the Not Wedding and have the opportunity to learn more and get that experience once again. Plus, I want my date to be my best friend, Kelsey, who is getting married in March. Double the wedding learning & fun! xoReplyCancel

  • Angela - February 8, 2013 - 6:00 am

    I’m engaged (2nd time lucky wedding) with my baby’s daddy and we would love this opportunity. I’m inspired by your work xReplyCancel

  • Vanessa - February 14, 2013 - 10:32 am

    I’m a geek bride and not having a conventional wedding. I would love to go to the Not wedding event as I would love to be in a place that has venues that would be suitable for a bride like me. I want to see unique and different like Sweet Emilia Jane! Hence why I would love to go!ReplyCancel










A while back Jessica of A Vintage Affair Rentals found my Etsy shop and asked me to recreate the Mr. and Mrs. signs that I had made for Devon and Jake’s wedding for her own elegant, rustic wedding.  I love how the white ink on kraft paper turned out and the rest of her romantic celebration is just stunning.  You can see some of the sweet details shot by Laura Murray on Martha Stewart Weddings!

Another amazing SmogShoppe wedding coming your way!  Here are a few of my favorite Kari Kochar photos that were featured on 100 Layer Cake today!  This was definitely one of the best weddings everwith Whoa Nelly! Catering, Cake Monkey Bakery and DJ Lady Sinclair.  Such an awesome round-up of vendors and a truly magical night!

Photographer: Kari Kochar / Wedding Coordinator + Florals: Sweet Emilia Jane / Caterer: Whoa Nelly! Catering / Wedding Cake: Cake Monkey Bakery / Hair & Makeup: Susie Chhuor / Officiant: Teddy Chao (friend) / Rentals: Premiere Party Rents / Venue: Smog Shoppe / Videographer: Clint Gage (friend) / Valet: Jeffery Valet / Alchohol & Beverages: K+L Wines / DJ: DJ Lady Sinclair / Musicians:Angelica Strings / Wedding Dress: Jenny Yoo / Birdcage veil: Sara Gabriel / Bride’s shoes: Kate Spade/ Bride’s rings: victorian antique from Bell and Bird / Bride’s purse: borrowed from maid of honor / Bridal and Bridesmaids Jewelry: Kendra Scott / Bridesmaid’s dresses: their own / Groom’s ring: etsy / Groom’s Suit: Prada / Groom’s tie: Hugo Boss / Groom’s shoes: HELM Boots / Groomsmen’s suits: their own / Groomsmen’s shirts and ties: Banana Republic

I have SO many weddings from this past year to share with you.  Some of them are waiting to get featured but this little beauty was published on Ruffled a little while ago.  Frances and Patrick are two of the loveliest people I’ve ever met.  They are so nice and so perfect for each other.  I’ve really enjoyed getting to know them and loved getting a holiday card from them just the other day (hi guys!).  Katie Osgood (another awesome person and obviously talented photog…I was SO excited to meet her) was there to capture their eco-friendly, DIY wedding at one of my all-time favorite venues – SmogShoppe.

Wedding Venue: The Smog Shoppe / Wedding Photographer: Katie Osgood / Second Photographer: Mike Lee / Event Coordinator: Sweet Emilia Jane / Wedding Dress: La Sposa / Bride’s Hair: Jaclyn and Vincy Wu / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Coralie Beatrix / Wedding Flowers: Bride’s friends / Wedding Caterer: Thyme Cafe and Market / Wedding Cake: Susina’s Bakery / DJ: DJ Phil Barbb / Table Settings: The Vintage Table Co. / Stationery: Victoria Vu of Paper & Type / Calligraphy: Maureen Koo

Of course, I hope that you all have a MERRY and BRIGHT holiday this year but I’m kind of digging the idea of a dark and moody winter wedding or holiday dinner party.  Black sequins, midnight blue, gold and pops of coral and peony pink.  Check out the pinterest board for all the credits!

  • beau & arrow - December 12, 2012 - 5:10 pm

    Oooh! This is SO gorgeous and such a unique idea and color palette. Love it-thanks for sharing such wonderful inspiration!ReplyCancel

    • admin - December 14, 2012 - 3:14 pm

      Thank you!!!!ReplyCancel

Did you catch our latest feature on Green Wedding Shoes?  My favorite floral ladies over at The Little Branch asked me to help out with the design and planning of this adorable winter table inspiration.  I had been wanting to do something with wool and wood and this was the perfect opportunity.  I made the super cute and oh-so easy napkin rings from old sweater cuffs!  The square, wood chargers were one of my favorite elements.  I stained precut wood from Michaels.  Easy!  I love how effortlessly elegant it all looks and so cozy!  Perfect for a holiday party or Christmas dinner!

Photographer: Annie Edmonds from The Little Branch / Planner, Stylist + Stationery: Sweet Emilia Jane / Florals: The Little Branch / Linens: La Tavola / Glassware: Town and Country