One of TFS Studio's most recent projects, this Beverly Hills wedding married numerous styles and aesthetics into one luxurious experience. The ceremony featured custom-woven sheer panels that were sewn in an ombre that descended from vanilla to a soft pink. The chuppah was a TFS original as well, a cast-iron structure that was decorated with fresh cherry blossoms. The seated dinner effortlessly merged daring leopard prints with conservative, classical stylings. The passageways between the rooms were converted into custom-created lounge spaces, the focal point of which was a daring escort card chandelier. Of course, the finale was worth waiting for, as TFS created a dessert room in homage to designer Tony Duquette, the perfect reference point for the decadence and opulence of such a joyous feast.