It’s not often you see JJLA associated with weddings, but this event was a three-day destination spectacle filled with distinctive design, custom fabricated elements and an impactful guest experience. The weekend kicked off with an irreverent take on a “rehearsal dinner” – aptly called “Roasts & Toasts.” The Comedy-Central-Roast inspired evening featured a built out stage set where the couple’s good friends and family shared funny anecdotal stories. A welcome red-carpet, photo booth, Mediterranean-inspired buffet, gelato and cake station and custom video packages kicked off the wedding weekend in style. On wedding day, the couple’s overall inspiration derived from a custom Donald Robertson sketch the famous artist provided. JJLA pulled elements from the invite look into all aspects of the main event. Elegant florals and lantern elements lined a simple, yet refined, ceremony. As the event progressed, the design elements were amplified: A gold room for cocktail hour, a dinner reception for 280 with custom bars, lounges, elegant tablescapes, a custom, seamless dance floor and a large stage with a concert-quality lighting and video package. Guest attractions included dessert stations and donut walls, live dancer entertainment at surprise moments, a vintage airstream photo booth, and billboard sized cut-outs of the couple as photo opps. Pop Star Betty Who ended the night with a surprise performance before guests moved to an 80s themed after-party featuring a tasty spread from Wendy’s! The weekend ended with a recovery pool party on Sunday, Bikinis & Martinis, where the theme from the weekend was tied together. Weddings aren’t always synonymous with JJLA, but creating once-in-a-lifetime memorable moments are, especially in larger-than-life ways.