Featuring modern, clean lines in a palette of ebony, charcoal, oatmeal and crisp white, this wedding in Santa Monica incorporated white washed wood, matte ceramic and raw linen with olive trees to create a sleek and highly textural environment. A string trio performed “Here Comes the Sun” as Jilli made her way down the aisle in a strapless Monique Lhuillier bridal gown featuring a high leg slit and floor-length cape. Jake stood waiting at the linen-draped chuppah, which was canopied by Fairmont Miramar’s signature 140-year-old Moreton Bay fig tree. Once rings had been exchanged, the couple and their guests danced their way into a lively poolside cocktail hour. For the reception, the hotel’s ballroom was transformed into a residentially-inspired environment. Olive trees brought an al fresco touch to the muted gray setting, which was anchored in rich, dark tones. The posh, moody color scheme extended to a sleek three-tier cake with olive leaf detailing, tying into the verdant accents sprinkled throughout the reception design.