Real cherry blossom trees were integrated into the reception design to transform this space at The St. Regis for Tamra's O.C. Wedding.
Not only did Tamra get her amazing six-tiered, $2,500 lemon wedding cake with a quilted pattern and edible diamonds, but also a suspended platform surrounded by floating pearls for the cake to rest on.
The groom's cake reflects Eddie's passion for cycling -- and his puppy Bronx!
Although Tamra wasn't sure what her favorite flower was, wedding planner to the stars, Diann Valentine, sure pulled off one amazing arrangement. And check out the strings of pearls woven throughout the flora.
This sweetheart table was designed just for the bride and groom. Tamra specifically requested the table to be raised, "so she could look down on the little people...I mean look down on my guests."
The antique bicycles were a nice homage to Eddie's cycling -- these bicycle details were seen throughout the wedding's decor.
The St. Regis was Tamra's first pick for a wedding location. When a spot opened up due to a cancellation, our bride grabbed it and started planning her dream wedding -- in only five weeks!
Eddie was in charge of the food choices provided by St. Regis Executive chef Frederic Castan. Tamra's not an foodie, but she did have quite an opinion on the vodka pomegranate sorbet!
While these three wedding dresses weren't finished until the day of the wedding, they prove that all good things come to those who wait.
Mark Zunino made these dresses especially for Tamra and delivered them himself to ensure their fit was wedding day perfection. This was Tamra's ceremony dress.
The custom detail allows Tamra to have the sparkle she loves, but with the softness of an elegant wedding gown.
This third and final wedding dress was made for Tamra and Eddie's special cha-cha together.
While her bridesmaids had to buy off the rack, all three of Tamra's gowns were made and designed just for Tamra. This one brought out the Latin-flare she wanted for the cha-cha dance with Eddie.
A little sexier, but with romantic flower details, this is the gown Tamra wore to the reception.
The lace details and delicate embroidered flowers are priceless touches that made this dress a stunning piece for Tamra and Eddie's entrance as husband and wife for the first time.
What's a wedding without lots of bling? Tamra's sparkle includes the $6,000 wedding shoes. But shhh don't tell Eddie about the price!
Ricky might be Tamra's man of honor, but diamonds are this girl's best friend.
A matching necklace to go with the diamonds on her wrist. This bold piece went with her even bolder cha-cha gown.
Tamra went for a blush color dress rather than traditional white, and had diamonds to match.
When you have three separate outfits, you need three sets of accessories. It's just simple fashion math.
This gorgeous diamond was worn with Tamra's ceremony dress. When your dress is so sparkling, you just need a simple and delicate piece to shine.
The hint of gold in these silver drop earrings gives Tamra the best of both jewelry worlds.
She may have had three sets of earrings, but they all had one thing in common: diamonds.
While we love the silver pairs, this intricate gold set really stands out among the others.
Just when we think we've chosen our favorite pair, we another we fall in love with.
Tamra's cha-cha shoes had to up the sex appeal for such a sexy Latin dance.
These bejeweled t-strap heels have the elegant curves made for this brides exquisite entrance down the St. Regis' grand staircase.
A little pop of pink is the perfect Tamra touch -- she can't just have any old sparkling sky high heels.
The time had come for Tamra to get into her first beautiful gown. This proved to be quite the task, so we've created a flip book of this dressing session with designer Mark Zunino himself.
Step 1: The bride wasn't sure the dress would fit...
Step 2: "Is my body gonna fit in that hole?!"
Step 3: Tamra had a little bit of a struggle stepping in. No one said getting married was easy.
Step 4: Careful, careful! Tamra braces herself as she steps fully into the gown.
Step 5: That hard part over, we can already see how beautiful this gown will be on our O.C. bride.
Step 6: Just checking that the dress fits like a glove.
Step 7: Yup, the girls are safe and secure.
Step 8: Almost there, Tamra anxiously waits in anticipation.
Step 9: Getting the full effect. The mermaid style gown is a perfect mix of traditional of modern.