PEOPLE exclusively reported the news of the actors’ nuptials on Monday morning, and by now you’ve seen Camp’s gorgeous custom Reem Acra gown, glittering jewels, and the all-important second wedding dress. But what about all the dreamy design details of the movie star-worthy outdoor celebration? PEOPLE chatted with the couple’s wedding planner, Tessa Brand of Tessa Lyn Events, about their special requests, favorite resources and yes, the late night disco party that didn’t make the photos.
Guests gathered under a pair of ancient trees where the couple exchanged vows beneath a flower covered arch. “Anna and Skylar were inspired by the natural beauty of a sunset and they absolutely love color — they didn’t want anything to look pale in color,” says Brand. They incorporated the palette of pinks, peaches, and lavenders, into every element of the celebration from the invitations by Wedding Paper Divas to table linens by La Tavola Fine Linen Rental and a sea of romantic blooms styled by Lotus and Lily Floral.
The cutest member of the wedding party was without a doubt the pair’s puggle, Rocky, who served as the ring bearer and, says Brand, “performed his duties perfectly.”
The standout statement of the evening, aside from the pair of movie stars at its center, was the profusion of flowers. “Anna loves flowers more than anyone I know so the fact that she was surrounded by them all day long made her very happy,” says Brand. Aside from the ceremony setting, there were flowers lining the dinner tables, poking out of an antique dresser, and serving as escort cards. Explains Brand, “I suggested doing bud vases with roses for our escort cads. Anna was so excited about this idea because it meant even more flowers.”
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For all the pastel blooms and pretty white dresses, the most intriguing element of their big day came after hours. “After the reception at the villa we had an after party inside the wine caves at the Sunstone winery down the hill,” says Brand. “We turned the cave into a club with red up-lighting and 5 huge disco balls above the dance floor. It was a totally different vibe than the wedding and was the perfect way to end the night.”
If this magical day didn’t end in an impromptu cave a capella sing-along session, the wedding gods should really just turn in their Madonna mics.