This Might Be The Most Eclectic Wedding We've Ever Seen

When Nina and Amir play by their rules, nothing short of amazing happens. DIY wedding? Not this one. The couple left it all up to the pros! There were no vendors involved in this wedding, by the way. So, who exactly helped to pull off this eclectic nouveau carnival wedding? A group of crazy-talented “party-enablers." Amir’s words, not ours (but we may soon ban "vendors" to replace with that).
The always-refreshing photos, captured by Max Wanger, tell the entire story — from atop an L.A. mountain to a colorful reception at the Marrakesh House. You’ll die when you see what party-enablers Bash, Please dished out for this celebration.
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Photo: Max Wanger /Courtesy of 100 Layer Cake.
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Groom’s suit, shirt, and tie: Jimmy Au’s.
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Photo: Max Wanger /Courtesy of 100 Layer Cake.
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Photo: Max Wanger /Courtesy of 100 Layer Cake.
From Kelly and Paige of Bash, Please:

"Nina and Amir are two worlds but one heart. Both actor/comedians, she hailing from NYC, and he from San Francisco, they have a love for eclectic, dramatic flair and crazy fun. Their wedding was bound to be colorful in more ways than one. Bright pops of modern patterns mixed with French Moroccan elegance meet up at one of L.A.’s eco-friendly venues, Marrakesh House. Nina and Amir allowed us to take the traditional elements of a wedding and spin them into nouveau carnival.

There’s a modern interpretation of a Persian Sofreh and a hookah lounge, both a nod to his heritage. We hired a tarot card reader and a fortune teller, a nod to her whimsical interests. A gospel choir played their processional. Pops of color in rainbow hues mixed with black and white sophistication set the tone for a playful reception. Nina wore a hot pink Valentino party dress for dancing."
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Photo: Max Wanger /Courtesy of 100 Layer Cake.
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Florals: Bash, Please .
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Photo: Max Wanger /Courtesy of 100 Layer Cake.
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Photo: Max Wanger /Courtesy of 100 Layer Cake.
Nina had one wardrobe change throughout the night, and Amir had five different boutonnieres to change up throughout the night — each in a different color. To tie in all the color, each table was assigned a color, and the flowers (pink peonies, hot pink nerine, pink heirloom roses, orange sandersonia, orange mums, yellow ranunculas, yellow dahlias, craspedia, acacia, green lisienthus, mint, purple clover, purple scabiosa) were arranged in an ombre effect in that shade.
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Photo: Max Wanger /Courtesy of 100 Layer Cake.
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Incredibly fun and gorgeous. That’s the way it’s done! Congrats, Nina and Amir!
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Photo: Max Wanger /Courtesy of 100 Layer Cake.
Videography: Shark Pig; DJ: The Flashdance; Cocktail hour + Dinner + Mixologist + Late-Night Tacos: Heirloom LA ; Venue: Marrakesh House; Rentals: Town and Country Rentals; Photobooth: Smile Booth; Gospel Choir: David Daughtry with members of the West Angeles Church of God in Christ; Style Consultation: Catherine Sheppard of The Life Styled; Tarot Reader: Chany Breen; Shoes: Something Bleu from bhldn.com; Nina’s wedding ring (and engagement rings): antique Art Deco piece from the 1930s.
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