The bride Amy is a Creative Director for fashion brands such as Nordstrom, WhoWhatWear, Byrdie, Diff Eyewear, and more. And the groom James is the founder and CEO of Schiefer Chop Shop. They use data science to help brands like Vans and HGTV perform and in 2022 were named in Inc. Magazine as one of the Top 5000 Fastest Growing Companies. The couple wanted to honor their Jewish and Persian heritage but in a place that was special to them. They were engaged two years prior in the same jungle of the One and Only Mandarina, and exchanged vows in a completely sustainable wedding with 50 guests. The bride mixed new and custom vintage for the rehearsal by wearing an outfit and headband created and made by her dear friend and custom clothing designer, EB Laurent. She added a current jade green Staud bag to make the attire uniquely hers. For the wedding, she wore Galia Lahav with a vintage silver mesh bag given to her by her father. You can see all the details of the unique wedding planned and designed by Lynden Lane Co in the editorial below.
Planning & Design: @lyndenlane
Floral Designer: @lamusadelasfloras
Hair & Makeup: @mjr_makeup @loscabosmakeup
DJ (She-J): @nikkipennie
Rentals: @theark_ @warehouserentals @monijunco
Paper Goods: @yonderdesign