See Jamie Chung and Bryan Greenberg’s Stunning Floral Wedding Cake (PHOTOS)

02/22/2016 at 05:46 PM ET

Jamie Chung Wedding
Thayer Allyson Gowdy for Martha Stewart Weddings

For her wedding to Bryan Greenberg, Jamie Chung kept a consistent color palette, all the way down to the cake.

The couple — who wed on October 31, 2015, at El Capitan Canyon, a rustic resort near Santa Barbara, California — chose hues to reflect the gorgeous, natural setting, as seen in the Spring 2016 issue of Martha Stewart Weddingswhich covered the three-day wedding celebration. As inspiration, the actress and “What the Chung?” blogger even gave her planner, Lisa Vorce, a photo of a sunset featuring a peach, pink, and neutral color palette.

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So when it came to the main dessert, the couple incorporated those signature colors. Designed by Sheila Mae, the 3-tiered vanilla-malt cake and vanilla bean Swiss meringue buttercream frosting, acted as a blank canvas for the cascading peach, pink and white floral arraignment (a mix of fresh garden roses, acacia, straw flowers, and dried leaves) to pop.

Jamie Chung Wedding
Thayer Allyson Gowdy for Martha Stewart Weddings

The reception dinner was just as delicious. Guests sipped blood-orange margaritas and dined on Caesar salad, Angus tri-tip, grilled chicken and roasted potatoes as they sat at long reception tables topped with votive candles and gorgeous floral centerpieces.

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Jamie Chung Wedding
Thayer Allyson Gowdy for Martha Stewart Weddings

And if the wedding stuck to elegant neutrals, the pre-party the night before focused on a totally different theme. To celebrate the Halloween weekend, the actors hosted a “Boos & Booze” bash complete with a Mexican buffet, vodka-spiked lavender lemonades (garnished with plastic spiders), costume contest, ebony glassware and Day of the Dead decor.

“It was a blast seeing how creative everyone got,” Jamie told the magazine.

–Michelle Ward Trainor

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Anonymous on

Absolutely stunning dresses. I’m so over the sleeveless dresses. I think this dress will still be in style years from now. It’s a classic.

Angela on

This dress! Lovely.

spowalla on

I agree, Anonymous. I LOVE seeing dresses with sleeves. Like Duchess Kate’s wedding dress, too. Very classy. I am tired of sleeveless with cleavage oftentimes spilling over. This one is low cut but still tasteful. It’s pretty. Sounds like a classy wedding altogether.

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