Hollywood Glamour meets Tar Pits!

Congratulations Sam and Emily!

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 These two took their love of working in the film industry and turned it into one amazing wedding!

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The ceremony took place on the upper terrace of the Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits overlooking the open-air atrium.This is a beautiful space that easily fit their 100 guests. Standing along the railing the couple took their vows as the sun set behind them over the Hollywood Hills. 

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Personally, my favorite touch was the film canisters filled with flowers!

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After a enjoying cocktails on the western side of the terrace, guests were greeted by a costumed usher and directed into the museum’s Hancock Theater. With 3-D glasses in hand, they settled into watch Sam and Emily, along with their bridal party, star in their own film full of mystery and adventure!

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Dinner took place on the west side of the museum gallery which can seat up to 250 for dinner. 

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The fossils were lit in an array of blues and greens which complimented our bright yellow dire wolf wall nicely!

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Table centerpieces and the photobooth continued the Hollywood theme with lanterns and costumes fashioned after all the characters in the 3-D film!

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 Russell Gearhart Photographyprovided these stunning images of the event. You can see more of his work at http://www.gearhartphoto.com/ Brian Armstrong was the wedding planner who helped makes Sam and Emily’s dream wedding come true. You can contact him at williamweddings.com   

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Thinking about hosting an event at the Page Museum, Hancock Park or the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles? Give us a call at 213-763-3221 or email at specialevents@nhm.org and see how we can help make your next event a memorable one!

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