The Santa Barbara Zoo was the perfect fall venue for Rozlin and Keith’s bold and whimsical wedding with lots of colorful DIY touches.
It was important to Rozlin and Keith that their Santa Barbara Zoo wedding represented who they were as a couple, as well as incorporated the bride’s Spanish heritage and the groom’s Jewish background. These two wanted their wedding decor to be outside of the box and memorable, so they chose to make their own multi-colored and individualized dried flowers and moss terrarium centerpieces for each table. They also decided to get married under a chuppah, but to decorate it with traditional Mexican paper flowers; which the bridal party also carried in lieu of traditional bouquets.
If you were spending time with the bride and groom at the reception, you were dancing! The couple’s favorite part of the day was everyone dancing to their specially curated playlist. From the couple’s wedding attire, to their mixing of traditions, to their colorful decor, everything about this Santa Barbara wedding was bold enough to match Rozlin and Keith’s vivacious personalities and their palpable love for each other.