California is one of my favourite it places to visit, and with this pandemic I haven’t been able to get down there. So with this in mind I decided to create a shoot based around some of the colours and textures that make me think of old iconic palm springs.
I started with this mood board, and connected with some of my favourite wedding vendors. To say they knocked this out of the park is a total understatement. I was completely blown away by the talent that made this idea come to life.
I chose Estate 248 for a few reasons, but the main one was the little space with this gorgeous pink kitchen! It set the entire tone for this shoot. The venue has this space available to rent on your wedding day. You can use it to get ready in, or as a small space to gather.
STYLE & DESIGN
Alexandria from Past Pieces and Lexy from Twiggage and Bloom pulled together bold and bright colours, mixed in with tropical plants and some vintage wood pieces. Considering it was February!
Lexy (our fabulous floral designer) Created this STUNNING floral arch that wrapped all the way up the front post of the building. Coupled with all the tropical plants, gave this who scene such a tropical vibe.
Treats from Sweet Avenue Bakery, stunning rings from Lanka Jewels, stationary from Mac.Design Co, and this stunning neon sign from Steveston Creative.
Jenn from Dames and Dolls Make up and Hair, got our beautiful model Tammy camera ready, and created this vintage style that fit so well with the whole design.
A few more images from this magical day!
Photography – Megan Ashley Creative
Venue – Estate 248
Planner/Coordinator – Brianna Lyndsey Events
Design & Decor – Past Pieces Vintage Weddings & Events
Floral Design – Twiggage & Bloom
Rings – Lanka Jewels
Hair/Make up – Dames & Dolls
Gown – The Dressy Attic
Place Settings – Valley Weddings
Neon Sign – Steveston Creative
Cake & Desserts – Sweet Avenue Bakery
Stationary – Mac.Design Co