Pretty Please Design began as a boutique studio nestled in Beverly Hills, as the first shop in the United States offering prettified a la carte designs for the traditional Persian ceremony also known as the Sofreh Aghd.
All of the fresh details Parisa implemented into her ceremonial designs swiftly gained attention, providing creative direction and inspiration to brides looking for all of the design elements that make up elaborate Persian wedding ceremony spread. Rich with detail and symbolism, the sofreh aghd was the perfect place for Pretty Please Design to grow and flourish while honoring the traditions of the Persian culture in a stylish, modern and detailed manner. An online storefront soon followed, along with a personal blog where owner and designer Parisa Kaprealian shared bits of her creative inspiration, along side her lifestyle, food, and fashion favorites.
As she began a joined life with her own groom, the opportunities to create and prettify bloomed quickly. Everything from home decor and fashion, to recipes and entertaining became a pallet for expression, and a place to ignite inspiration for others. Capturing the beauty in everyday life proved to be a universal desire, and the custom lifestyle expressions of Pretty Please Design began to gather followers from across the globe.
As Parisa’s family grew, so did her vision. Her work has expanded to include the momentous occasions that come with celebrating children, and her followers now wait in anticipation for the next opportunity to see and share in the events she designs and decorates. As she explains, “Being a mother means I get to see beauty through my children’s eyes, in its purest form. They inspire me every day, to make memories in the mundane of daily life, and to use every bit of pretty to preserve the fleeting moments of childhood, commemorating each special occasion as something beautiful, and worthy of celebration. ” You can follow her newest venture, Pretty Please Baby, where she captures the precious joys of childhood, one pretty detail at a time.
Parisa holds a Masters in Integrated Marketing and Communications, but it was her love for all things pretty and feminine that originally inspired her to launch Pretty Please Design. It has been her ease with aesthetic, her grace with color and coordination, and her ability to honor the details that has gathered followers seeking her whimsical designs, lifestyle tips, and her love for all things home decor. Her hope is that you too, will find inspiration amidst the soothing pastels, gorgeous blooms, and precious customizations that have become signature signs of a Pretty Please Design. And may you also seamlessly weave the pretty into your everyday life.