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Godrick Grove and Bluff Wedding by Mason and Megan

Posted by on Mar 8, 2014 in Featured, Real Weddings, Santa Barbara | 0 comments

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Michelle and Matthew had a sim­ple and ele­gant yet whim­si­cal wed­ding. Located on the beau­ti­ful bluffs in Santa Bar­bara, CA the Godrick Grove in Elings Park was the per­fect place for these two to tie the knot. These life long love birds cel­e­brated their spe­cial day with close friends and fam­ily who made this day extra spe­cial. Mason and Megan Schroder were there to beau­ti­fully pho­to­graph all the can­did joy and love this cou­ple has for one another. Enjoy!

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Girl Meets Boy…

Matt and I lived two doors down from each other when he was four and I was three. Our fam­i­lies were best friends and we spent lots of time play­ing together as chil­dren. We went to ele­men­tary school and junior high together. We were always friends and secretly had a crush on one another. After much prayer­ful con­sid­er­a­tion we decided to date once we were in high school and from there our rela­tion­ship has flour­ished. It was amaz­ing dat­ing some­one I had known and cared for my whole life.

We con­tin­ued dat­ing through col­lege and were just wait­ing for the right time to be mar­ried. Over Christ­mas break of our last year in col­lege, Matt’s par­ents had given us an awe­some Christ­mas present. They had planned for us to take a scenic plane ride over the beau­ti­ful beaches of Ven­tura, our home­town. Lit­tle did I know, it wasn’t their plan, but Matt’s. We were up in the air and check­ing out the sights. We came above our favorite beach where we had always gone together grow­ing up. There, lay­ing in the sand, were our fam­i­lies, spelling out “MARRY ME!” I turned from the plane win­dow to look at Matt, who was down on one knee in the plane with the ring in his hand. I can’t even explain how that moment felt! After six long years of dat­ing we were thrilled to begin our lives together!

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Mem­o­rable Moments…

Matt’s most mem­o­rable moment was see­ing me walk down the aisle after wait­ing for that moment for so many years. My most mem­o­rable moment was right after we were mar­ried and had just walked back down the aisle. It felt sur­real to know that I had just mar­ried the love of my life. We were ecsta­tic and just kept gig­gling and say­ing I can’t believe it!

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I was most excited about the bluff that we were to be mar­ried on. The gor­geous bluff that over­looked a 180 degree view of the ocean and Santa Bar­bara backed up to rolling hills. I loved how empty the bluff was so the focus was only on the view. I was also excited to high­light the one spe­cial piece of decor we had– a wooden cross that Matt’s grand­mother had made for us. We loved being mar­ried under the cross sur­rounded by the beauty of the scenery.

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Wed­ding Plan­ning Inspiration…

I wanted to keep the wed­ding very sim­ple and nat­ural. I knew I wanted the wed­ding to be com­pletely out­doors (a bit of a chal­lenge, which actu­ally makes the plan­ning any­thing but sim­ple). We wanted to be com­pletely sur­rounded by the beauty of God’s cre­ation. I wanted peo­ple to feel how strong our love was by cre­at­ing a very roman­tic set­ting in nature.

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Color Palet…

I wanted the color palette to be neu­tral with­out hav­ing a “white wed­ding.” We used a lot of creme, white, and beige. I couldn’t choose bright col­ors for the wed­ding– I thought it was too bold for the soft, whim­si­cal, roman­tic look I wanted.

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RADDEST Wed­ding Vendors…

Scofield Cater­ing was incred­i­ble! Their food and ser­vice was out­stand­ing from the plan­ning phases to the Big Day! They were so easy to work with and were won­der­ful about mak­ing sure we had every­thing we needed. Megan and Mason Schroder, our pho­tog­ra­phers, cap­tured our beau­ti­ful day per­fectly and made us feel so com­fort­able. Marie Shan­non Con­fec­tions made the most fab­u­lous desserts. We had such a huge vari­ety for every­one to choose from and each thing tasted amazing!

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Advice for Other “New­bie Brides”…

Enjoy this spe­cial time with your hus­band to be, your fam­ily, and your friends. Remem­ber, the most impor­tant thing is that you get to marry the love of your life!

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Wed­ding Artists | Pho­tog­ra­phy: Mason and Megan Schroder | Videog­ra­phy: Loveshot Pro­duc­tions | Venue: Godrick Grove and Bluff/Elings Park | Caterer: Scofield Cater­ing and Man­age­ment, Inc. | Hair Styl­ist & Makeup: Kaci Wyatt: Michael Kelly Salon Ven­tura | Desserts/Cake: Marie Shan­non Con­fec­tions | Rentals: The Tent Merchant

Old Mission Santa Ines Wedding by Michael + Anna Costa

Posted by on Nov 19, 2013 in Featured, Real Weddings, Santa Ynez Valley | 1 comment

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Laura and Mason had a beau­ti­fully ele­gant wed­ding day. Located within the breath­tak­ing hills of Santa Ynez Val­ley, these two tied the knot at the lovely Old Mis­sion Santa Ines. The recep­tion was to fol­low at the gor­geous Sun­stone Win­ery. They kept the details sim­ple with neu­tral col­ors and took in the beauty from these won­der­ful loca­tions. Michael and Anna Costa were there to cap­ture all the details and laughs from this cou­ples mag­i­cal day. Enjoy!

Super 8mm Film | Santa Ynez Wed­ding | Sun­stone Win­ery & Villa | Laura & Mason from lolavideo.net on Vimeo.

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Girl Meets Boy…

Mason and I met in the sum­mer before his senior year and my junior year of high school through a mutual friend. He asked me out three times before I reluc­tantly agreed, and for our first date he took me swing danc­ing. I decided I liked him a lit­tle bit. On our sec­ond date, he took me to see the movie “Ever After.” I decided I liked him a lot. We became insep­a­ra­ble. We spent a short time apart dur­ing col­lege, but I never got over my high school sweetheart.

Four­teen years later, Mason unex­pect­edly pro­posed in our din­ing room on a Sun­day morn­ing. He got down on one knee, held out a ring, and said, “will you marry me?” I responded, “thank you!” He cor­rectly assumed that meant “yes.”

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Wed­ding Plan­ning Inspiration…

As an inte­rior designer, I was nat­u­rally very excited about the design of the wed­ding. The design inspi­ra­tion came largely from my Jenny Pack­ham wed­ding gown: roman­tic with a touch of vin­tage. A soft, neu­tral palette against the beau­ti­ful stone of the Villa, along with the amaz­ing vine­yard views, set the mood for an unfor­get­table evening.

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Color Palet…

We chose a soft, neu­tral, roman­tic palette of pale pink, peach, and white.

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Details…

Food and wine were a top pri­or­ity for us. After two tast­ings with Duo Cater­ing, we finally nailed down the menu that had a “gourmet com­fort food” con­cept. The deep fried poached egg that accom­pa­nied the salad course was by far my favorite item of the night! The wine came from our favorite win­ery — Sun­stone!

I was also very excited (and ner­vous!) for our first dance. I always love a chore­o­graphed bride and groom dance so of course had to do one at my own wed­ding. We per­formed a folk style dance to Alexander’s “A Mil­lion Years.”

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Mem­o­rable Moments…

We never got to taste our wed­ding cake! We had a spread of desserts laid out for our guests and the wed­ding cake was placed on the same table. Since it was a sin­gle tiered Ger­man choco­late cake (the groom’s favorite), the guests did not rec­og­nize it as a wed­ding cake and began to cut and serve slices for them­selves. By the time we heard about it, the cake had all been eaten.

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RADDEST Wed­ding Vendors…

Joy Proc­tor of Joy de Vivre. I com­pletely relied on her through­out the entire plan­ning process, and I have her to thank for such a beau­ti­ful and per­fect day. When my hus­band thanked her in his speech dur­ing the recep­tion, I burst into tears!

Michael Costa did an amaz­ing job cap­tur­ing the day. The wed­ding pho­tos we have to look back on are gorgeous.

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Advice to Other “New­bie Brides”…

Keep an open mind and don’t get lost in the minutia!

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Wed­ding Artists | Pho­tog­ra­phy: Michael + Anna Costa Pho­tog­ra­phy | Videog­ra­phy: Lola Film & Video | Cer­e­mony Venue: Old Mis­sion Santa Ines | Recep­tion Venue: Sun­stone Win­ery | Wed­ding Plan­ner: Joy de Vivre | Flo­ral Design: Kelly Kauf­man Flo­ral Designs | Cater­ing: Duo Cater­ing & Events | Band: Stew and the Crew | After Party DJ: Gavin Roy | Wed­ding Invi­ta­tions: Lazaro Press & Design | Light­ing: Bella Vista Designs | Hair: Lind­sey Manos | Makeup: Ash­ley of Lun­aBella Makeup and Hair | Linens: La Tavola Linen

Four Seasons Biltmore Wedding by Mi Belle Photography

Posted by on Oct 14, 2013 in Featured, Real Weddings, Santa Barbara | 0 comments

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Brit and Blake had a breath­tak­ing Santa Bar­bara wed­ding. Located on the beau­ti­ful Pacific Coast, The Four Sea­sons Bilt­more was the per­fect place for this cou­ple to tie the knot. The ele­gant vibe and gor­geous views made this day one to remem­ber. With a few sur­prises, like a Mari­achi band, this day was fun and excit­ing for this lovely cou­ple. Mi Belle Pho­tog­ra­phy was there to cap­ture all the beau­ti­ful moments that this cou­ple expe­ri­enced on this fab­u­lous day. Enjoy!

Super 8mm Film | Santa Bar­bara Wed­ding | Four Sea­sons Bilt­more | Brit­tany & Blake from lolavideo.net on Vimeo.

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Girl Meets Boy…

We met at a Memo­r­ial Day BBQ in 2007. Blake was hav­ing a BBQ and I came over with a mutual friend and that’s how we met. Blake likes to think “love came knock­ing on his door”. Ha…we began dat­ing shortly after and then in Decem­ber of 2011, Blake pro­posed on the big island of Hawaii. His fam­ily has a home there and we were there for New Years. We had friends in town with us and he told me he wanted to get up early to go play some golf with me before our other friends flew in that after­noon. So I went with him and when we got to the 1st hole over­look­ing the beau­ti­ful ocean, he got down on one knee and that was it! He was really ner­vous which was cute. Ha…and it made for an all day cel­e­bra­tion since it hap­pened at like 9:30am!

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Wed­ding Plan­ning Inspiration…

We really wanted an out­door Cal­i­for­nia wed­ding, a “mini” des­ti­na­tion for us, and a beau­ti­ful des­ti­na­tion for all our friends and fam­i­lies. The Bilt­more in Santa Bar­bara is one of the most beau­ti­ful places we’d ever seen. The gar­dens are amaz­ing and the recep­tion space over­looked the ocean. The feel I wanted for our wed­ding was roman­tic and charm­ing and this hotel was it for us. 🙂
Our rehearsal din­ner was at Sun­stone Win­ery. It was a beau­ti­ful venue.

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Mem­o­rable Moments…

Blake has always loved Mari­achi bands. I decided to sur­prise him and have a Mari­achi band lead us into our cock­tail hour after the cer­e­mony. My wed­ding plan­ner, Alexan­dra Kolen­dri­anos, had them hid­ing in the bushes at the Four Sea­sons. As soon as we fin­ished pic­tures on the beach, they started play­ing and led us into our cock­tail hour. It was such a great moment! Every­one loved it. Another favorite is when Blake sur­prised me and sang to me at our recep­tion. He sang Stand By Me.

Another fav: Blake’s first love of music came when he was about 4 years old. His fam­ily has a record­ing of him singing La Bamba by Richie Valens. So fol­low­ing a south­ern tra­di­tion (hav­ing a grooms cake is some­thing that we always do at south­ern wed­dings), I sur­prised him with a Grooms cake that was the orig­i­nal vinyl of the sin­gle La Bamba. It took me a while to hunt down the orig­i­nal vinyl and when I did, the cake designer at the Four Sea­sons BLEW me away with how good of a job he did! It was so real looking–he did a phe­nom­e­nal job! Dark Choco­late Chif­fon Cake with a dark choco­late cream fill­ing & a light choco­late mousse.

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Color Palet…

I chose all col­ors in the beige/taupe/brown/cream fam­ily accented by black. And green and white for the flow­ers.
I wanted a clas­sic, roman­tic, and ele­gant feel with a back­drop of beau­ti­ful south­ern Cal­i­for­nia
In the table cen­ter­pieces, there were:

Gar­de­nia Foliage
Gar­den Roses
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Hydrangea
Amaryl­lis
Par­rot Tulips

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RADDEST Wed­ding Vendors…

I thought every­one did a fab­u­lous job. Mindy Rice designs was amaz­ing. She was so won­der­ful to work with. And of course, our wed­ding plan­ner, Alexan­dra Kolen­dri­anos. One of a kind! Loved our pho­tog­ra­pher and video­g­ra­pher too, Mi Belle Pho­tog­ra­phy and Lola video. Really tal­ented peo­ple and it made look­ing back on our day so special.

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Advice for Other “New­bie Brides”…

I would say don’t sweat the small stuff and know what you want. It’s you and your husband’s spe­cial day so make deci­sions based off of what the two of you want. Also to have fun and take in every moment of the day because it’s gone in a flash!

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Wed­ding Artists | Pho­tog­ra­phy: Mi Belle Pho­tog­ra­phy | Videog­ra­phy: Lola Video | Venue: Four Sea­sons Bilt­more | Flow­ers: Mindy Rice Designs | Invi­ta­tions: Jonathan Wright | Plan­ner: Alexan­dra Kolen­dri­anos | Grooms Suit: Ralph Lau­ren Black Label

Santa Barbara Historical Museum by one love Photography

Posted by on Oct 1, 2013 in Featured, Real Weddings, Santa Barbara | 0 comments

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Katie and Ben had a breath­tak­ing rus­tic and his­toric wed­ding. Located in beau­ti­ful Santa Bar­bara, CA, the Santa Bar­bara His­tor­i­cal Museum was a per­fect venue for this fine cou­ple. The details that they added were the per­fect touch to this already gor­geous venue. Their hap­pi­ness for each other and the friends and fam­ily around them made this day truly spe­cial. one love pho­tog­ra­phy was there to beau­ti­fully cap­ture the won­der­ful mem­o­ries this day had to offer. Enjoy!

Super 8mm Wed­ding | Santa Bar­bara His­tor­i­cal Museum | Katie & Ben from lolavideo.net on Vimeo.

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RADDEST Wed­ding Vendors…

We felt so lucky to work with such amaz­ing peo­ple on our wed­ding. From our pho­tog­ra­pher, video­g­ra­pher, DJ, caterer—everyone absolutely exceeded our expec­ta­tions, and helped cre­ate our dream wed­ding. Our wed­ding coor­di­na­tor, Joy, was so immensely help­ful every step of the way. When I first met with her, I had no idea what kind of look or feel I was really going for. She helped me take the com­po­nents I was drawn to, to cre­ate an event that felt cohe­sive in its design. She has such great taste, I knew I couldn’t go wrong. Michael from Louloudi designed our beau­ti­ful cer­e­mony space as well as gor­geous flo­ral arrange­ments. He under­stood exactly what look and feel we wanted, and made it hap­pen. They truly made our vision a real­ity, and helped cre­ate one of the best days of our lives.

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Advice for Other “New­bie Brides”…

I think if I were to offer advice to other brides, derived from my expe­ri­ence, it would be to enjoy the plan­ning process and not to sweat the small stuff. I became so over­whelmed with small details and stressed myself out think­ing about worse-case-scenarios that I for­got to pay atten­tion to the amaz­ing moments that lead up to the wed­ding, like writ­ing our vows over a bot­tle of wine, laugh­ing as we remem­bered sto­ries of when we were first get­ting to know each other, or slow danc­ing in our liv­ing room late at night, prac­tic­ing our first dance, or just the plain excite­ment of plan­ning to spend the rest of our lives together. In the end, the wed­ding itself was more won­der­ful than I could have ever hoped for, and I wish I hadn’t taken the smaller moments for granted. It’s such an excit­ing time—enjoy it!

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Wed­ding Artists | Pho­tog­ra­phy: one love pho­tog­ra­phy | Video: Lola Film & Video | Venue: Santa Bar­bara His­tor­i­cal Museum | Cater­ing: Santa Bar­bara Gourmet Cater­ing | Flo­ral Design: Michael Man­ta­los of Louloudi Design | Music: Good­beat Pro­duc­tions | Coor­di­na­tion and Design: Joy de Vivre | Wed­ding Dress: Sarah Seven

Figueroa Mountain Farmhouse Wedding by Michael + Anna Costa

Posted by on Sep 26, 2013 in Featured, Real Weddings, Santa Ynez Valley | 0 comments

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Megan and Clay had a beau­ti­ful ‘rainy day’ wed­ding. Located in the breath­tak­ing hills of Santa Ynez, the Figueroa Moun­tain Farm­house was the per­fect place for these two to tie the knot. Some unex­pected rain didn’t stop this cou­ple from hav­ing the best day of their lives. Mixed with bright col­ored umbrel­las, beau­ti­ful fields, and a great band, every­one enjoyed them­selves. Michael and Anna Costa were there to cap­ture all the excite­ment and details of this won­der­ful day. Enjoy!

Super 8mm Wed­ding | Figueroa Moun­tain Farm­house | Megan & Clay from lolavideo.net on Vimeo.

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Wed­ding Plan­ning Inspiration…

From NLC Productions…Megan and Clay chose Figueroa Moun­tain Farm­house as a nod to Megan’s par­ents, who were also mar­ried on a moun­tain top.  They loved the rus­tic vibe of the venue and knew that they wanted a fun wed­ding full of fam­ily, friends, and music.  It rained on the day of the wed­ding, so the out­door cer­e­mony was quickly moved inside.  We set the chup­pah up in front of the fire­place and guests gath­ered around as Megan walked down the aisle with her father.  After the cer­e­mony, guests min­gled as Triple Chicken Foot, an amaz­ing blue­grass band, played and then made their way into the recep­tion tent.

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Details…

We designed a rus­tic but roman­tic look around a palate of fuschia and teal.  Megan chose the most amaz­ing wood tables which we cov­ered with a teal run­ner from La Tavola linen and mixed with square tables cov­ered in La Tavola’s Tus­cany nat­ural.  Nico Designs brought in beau­ti­ful most beau­ti­ful mer­cury glass, antique sil­ver and blue glass to hold the amaz­ing peony and gar­den rose blooms.

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Wed­ding Artists | Pho­tog­ra­phy: Michael + Anna Costa Pho­tog­ra­phy | Videog­ra­phy: Lola Video & Film | Venue: Figueroa Moun­tain Farm­house | Cater­ing: Duo Events | Flo­ral Design: Nico Cer­vantes, NLC Pro­duc­tions | DJ: Good­beat Pro­duc­tions | Rentals: Dis­count Party Rentals | Linens: La Tavola Linen

Lincourt Vineyards Wedding by Michelle Warren

Posted by on Sep 17, 2013 in Featured, Real Weddings, Santa Ynez Valley | 1 comment

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Lana and Daniel had the per­fect vine­yard wed­ding. Located in the quant town of Solvang, CA, the Lin­court Vine­yards was the per­fect mix of ele­gance and fun. Friends and fam­ily truly made this wed­ding mem­o­rable by adding their own per­sonal touch to this spe­cial day. Michelle War­ren was there to cap­ture all the fun of this wed­ding in won­der­ful can­did pho­tographs. She also beau­ti­fully pho­tographed this cou­ple and all the details that made this wed­ding so spe­cial. Enjoy!

Santa Ynez Wed­ding | Lin­court Win­ery | Lana & Daniel from lolavideo.net on Vimeo.

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Girl Meets Boy…

Our love story began in the dorm rooms at col­lege, on the first day of move-in! Daniel held the door open for me as I was mov­ing in. I guess first impres­sions are impor­tant! He was sweet and kind; and that first meet­ing stuck with me. How­ever, our paths didn’t cross very often for the first half of the school year. How­ever, our friend groups began merg­ing later on and as we began to hang out together more, we real­ized that we had quite a con­nec­tion! From there, the rest is his­tory.… We stayed together for 6 years through many moves and long dis­tances before becom­ing engaged.

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Wed­ding Plan­ning Inspiration…

We wanted our friends and fam­ily to feel the essence of “us” at the wed­ding. We used that as a guide to help us pick and choose the details we wanted; and through­out all of the plan­ning we made sure to enjoy each step! Our theme was full of lit­tle touches as well as fun bits! We chose a win­ery because of our love for wine, the desire for an out­side wed­ding, and of course, a cute red barn! We incor­po­rated a gen­eral theme of books, bot­tles, and birds and tried to uti­lize that theme through­out our rus­tic wedding.

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Details…

The details were some­thing I was most ner­vous about but had a lot of fun incor­po­rat­ing. I think the detail I liked most was incor­po­rat­ing hon­or­ing my grand­mother who had unfor­tu­nately passed away a few weeks before our wed­ding unex­pect­edly. To honor her I added red lady­bug but­tons to my bou­quet. She was close to my heart dur­ing the cer­e­mony and it was a sweet way I was able to incor­po­rate her memory.

Another detail I enjoyed was mak­ing the cork nap­kin ring hold­ers– they were a a small detail, but some­thing that rounded out the theme. The corks were from the win­ery and helped to class up a wed­ding that had a more relaxed feel.

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Color Palet…

Warm Neu­trals, Cham­pagne, & Yellow

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RADDEST Wed­ding Vendors…

Every ven­dor we worked with really went above and beyond to make sure we were well taken care of and felt very spe­cial! A spe­cial big thank you to our amaz­ing pho­tog­ra­pher, Michelle War­ren! She was with us on our whole wed­ding plan­ning jour­ney and sup­ported us with things beyond just being a pho­tog­ra­pher. We are so grate­ful to all she did for us and feel supremely lucky to have found and been able to work with her (and her awe­some hus­band too!)

We also owe a huge thank you to Sweet­ness and Light flo­ral design- Wendi Goad who was able to per­fectly craft the flow­ers into exactly what I wanted– and then made it even bet­ter. Her knack for under­stand­ing what a bride wants is so key and she helped bring the look I wanted alive!

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Mem­o­rable Moments…

We had a lot of fun sur­prises that we had planned and some that were unplanned at our wed­ding! We had a cup­cake trailer (it really was so adorable) and a photo booth that our guests were not expect­ing. These two things pro­vided a lit­tle extra some­thing for our guests to explore and have fun with. There were also some unex­pected sur­prises such as my co-maids of honor did a rap for their speech, our 6 year old twin ring bear­ers per­formed a dance rou­tine to “Party Rock”, and my husband’s high school friends brought musi­cal instru­ments and played music to have us raised up on chairs!

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Advice for Other “New­bie Brides”…

Make sure this wed­ding has ele­ments of you both through­out it, which includes how you han­dle the plan­ning process. Remem­ber that all the details come together so keep your focus on the big­ger pic­ture: you are mar­ry­ing your best friend and the love of your life, sur­rounded by all those you love. Enjoy the plan­ning, make it plea­sur­able and not a has­sle. Enjoy your day and don’t let the lit­tle mess-ups get in the way. Take deep breaths and savor every part of it!

Other lit­tle tips that I think are help­ful: try on your dress the day before (even if you had a recent dress fit­ting), eat break­fast the day of your wed­ding, and don’t rush off the next day to your hon­ey­moon so you can enjoy your fam­ily and friends who came into town!

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Wed­ding Artists | Pho­tog­ra­phy: Michelle War­ren Pho­tog­ra­phy | Video­g­ra­pher: Gina & Josh Jones w/ Lola Video | Venue: Lin­court Win­ery | Event Plan­ner: Lind­sey Groark with Frooishen Events | DJ: Ronny Dick­stein with Ready Rock Enter­tain­ment | Light­ing: Bella Vista Designs | Flow­ers: Wendi Goad with Sweet­ness and Light | Photo Booth: Shut­ter­Booth | Cake: Amber Van­dervliet with Enjoy Cup­cakes | Rentals: Elite Events | Make-up Artist: Team Hair & Makeup | Hair Styl­ist: Tigerlily Hair Salon | Invi­ta­tion Designer: Daniel Kiyoi with Paper Playne 

Gainey Vineyard Wedding by Mark Brooke

Posted by on Sep 13, 2013 in Featured, Real Weddings, Santa Ynez Valley | 0 comments

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Juliet and Marc had a stun­ning yet sim­ple wed­ding. Located in the beau­ti­ful Santa Ynez Val­ley, the Gainey Vine­yard was the per­fect match for these two love­birds. The occa­sional bright orange accent adds a great touch to this nat­ural and organic set­ting. Mixed with friends and fam­ily, this wed­ding needed noth­ing more! The tal­ented Mark Brooke was there to cap­ture every detail and can­did moment. Enjoy!

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Girl Meets Boy…

Julie and Marc met on Amer­i­can Air­lines Flight No. 1 from JFK to LAX. Julie wouldn’t stop talk­ing to Marc even though he was try­ing to watch an episode of Mad Men (The Jet Set; Sea­son 2). OR, depend­ing on which side of the story you believe, Julie acci­den­tally checked her head­phones in her lug­gage and ran out of read­ing mate­r­ial and was forced into small talk.

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Wed­ding Plan­ning Inspiration…

We wanted a wine coun­try wed­ding that was sim­ple, ele­gant, but not too rustic.

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Details…

The Gainey Vine­yard venue was also stun­ning! The food was also fan­tas­tic. Every­one still talks about it!

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Mem­o­rable Moments…

The let­ters that we wrote and read to one another dur­ing the cer­e­mony. Our first dance in the bar­rel room was also very spe­cial. Also, the nat­ural light that time of year and sun­set were amazing.

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RADDEST Wed­ding Vendors…

New West Cater­ing did an absolutely amaz­ing job with the food and ser­vice. Sim­ple, sea­sonal, local, and delicious!

Pas­sion Flow­ers pro­vided an incred­i­bly per­sonal touch given our aes­thet­ics. Laura was cre­ative, atten­tive, and incred­i­bly knowl­edge­able in help­ing us choose decor.

Rev. Bel­lamy was an elo­quent Rock Star. Every­one thor­oughly enjoyed his unique service.

Mark Brooke Pho­tog­ra­phy was super pro­fes­sional and pro­vided a unique set of images that really embraced the light and cap­tured the ambiance perfectly.

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Advice for Other “New­bie Brides”…

Take your time mak­ing deci­sions until you find the ven­dors that will pro­vide what you’re look­ing for. Also, trust your instinct — and make it unique!

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Wed­ding Artists | Pho­tog­ra­phy: Mark Brooke Pho­tog­ra­phy | Venue: Gainey Vine­yard | Caterer: New West Cater­ing | Cake: Deca­dence Fine Cakes & Con­fec­tions | Hair/Makeup: Allure Salon | DJ: Good Beat Pro­duc­tions | Flow­ers: Pas­sion Flow­ers | Offi­ciant: Rev. Bel­lamy

Rancho Dos Pueblos Wedding by Annie McElwain

Posted by on Sep 9, 2013 in Featured, Real Weddings, Santa Barbara | 0 comments

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Jaymee and Reis had a gor­geous wed­ding that really reflected their per­son­al­i­ties and lifestyles. Located at the stun­ning Ran­cho Dos Pueb­los in Santa Bar­bara, this cou­ple picked the loca­tion of their dreams. With the cer­e­mony look­ing over the Pacific Ocean and the recep­tion in a charm­ing barn, this day could not have got­ten any bet­ter and more pic­turesque. Annie McEl­wain was there to cap­ture this beau­ti­ful day in pho­tographs and Ryan McDuff was right there with her to cap­ture emo­tions through video. Enjoy!

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Girl Meets Boy…

Reis and I met through mutual friends while attend­ing UC Santa Bar­bara. He grew up on the North Shore of Oahu and I grew up in South­ern Cal­i­for­nia. We dated four years before we got engaged, includ­ing one year of long dis­tance and a move (for me) across the Pacific Ocean to the island of Oahu.

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Mem­o­rable Moments…

Walk­ing down the aisle with my dad and see­ing Reis get­ting teary eyed was really spe­cial. I’ve never seen him cry, so it was touch­ing to see him get emo­tional on our wed­ding day! There is so much antic­i­pa­tion walk­ing down the aisle and it really is a moment I will never forget.

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Details…

I could’t wait to marry my groom and become his wife. It sounds cheesy, but it’s true! I was so excited to see him dur­ing our first look shot and I got first date but­ter­flies all over again! I was also really excited to see every­thing come together! After so many months of plan­ning out every lit­tle detail, arriv­ing at the venue and see­ing every­thing set up beyond what I had imag­ined was really exciting.

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Wed­ding Plan­ning Inspiration…

Since Reis was born and raised on the North Shore of Oahu, the ocean is a huge part of his life and it was really spe­cial to have the Pacific as the back­drop where we exchanged our vows. The cock­tail hour was set up on a grassy area right below the bluffs on the beach. As a major plus, we were blessed with amaz­ing weather and the most incred­i­ble sun­set on our wed­ding day! The recep­tion was held in the barn so our guests were able to expe­ri­ence the dif­fer­ent loca­tions of the venue. A week before our wed­ding, I left my full-time job as a tax accoun­tant to pur­sue free­lance graphic design, so it fig­ures that design­ing every last detail was what I was most excited about in the process! In plan­ning the decor/aesthetic, my main goal was to “brand our wed­ding.” In design­ing our logo, invi­ta­tions, week­end itin­er­ary, menus, and all of the other paper goods, it was really impor­tant to me for it all to be cohe­sive as those things can set the mood and theme for the whole day. I guess you could say the style of our wed­ding was a mix of mod­ern, rus­tic, and vin­tage. Since I have a major love for mar­quee lights, I thought it would be fun to have them in our ini­tials for the back of the barn and would serve as the focal point above the head table. I told my par­ents the idea and they made them from scratch! We also made them for the BAR, COFFEE bar, and SWEETS sta­tion to add to the mood for the evening.

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Color Palet…

I love neu­trals! I wanted our wed­ding col­ors to com­ple­ment our venue so we had a lot of neu­trals, lace, and pops of mint and blush.

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RADDEST Wed­ding Vendors…

We could not have been hap­pier with our pho­tog­ra­pher, Annie McEl­wain, and our video­g­ra­pher, Ryan McDuff. They were both really amaz­ing to work with and we are so happy they were a part of our spe­cial day. They cap­tured every­thing more per­fectly than I could have hoped for and I am so happy that we will always have stun­ning images and a beau­ti­ful film to take us back to the emo­tions and memories.

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Advice for Other “New­bie Brides”…

Invest in a good pho­tog­ra­pher and video­g­ra­pher! When the day is all over (and the months of planning/DIYing/stressing have come to an end), it is so fun to re-live your wed­ding day through pho­tos and film.

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Wed­ding Artists | Pho­tog­ra­pher: Annie McEl­wain Pho­tog­ra­phy | Video­g­ra­pher: Ryan McDuff Pro­duc­tions | Venue: Ran­cho Dos Pueb­los, Santa Bar­bara | Event Designer: JayAdores | Makeup: Jaimee Roark from Oasis Salon | Hair: Taryn Bazzell from Mira Bella Salon & Spa | Cake/Desserts: Sweet Arleen’s | Caterer: DJ’s Cal­i­for­nia Cater­ing | Cof­fee Bar: Espresso One | Florist: Diane Car­votta | Offi­ciant: Chris­t­ian Pereirra | Cer­e­mony Musi­cian: Jonathan May | DJ/Band: DJFX Enter­tain­ment | Wed­ding Dress: Designed by the bride and hand­made by mother of the bride | Groom’s Suit: Ben Sher­man | Stationary/Paper Goods Design: JayAdores Design Co. | Cal­lig­ra­pher: Molly Jacques

Hollister Ranch Wedding by Ellie Grover

Posted by on Aug 22, 2013 in Featured, Real Weddings, Santa Barbara | 2 comments

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Marissa and Dan had a breath­tak­ing and joy­ful wed­ding. Located at the beau­ti­ful Hol­lis­ter Ranch in Santa Bar­bara, CA, this cou­ple sure picked an amaz­ing place to get mar­ried. With gor­geous views of the Pacific Ocean all around them, they were in pure bliss. The ocean mixed with some nat­ural tones really cap­tured their per­son­al­i­ties. Ellie Grover was there to pho­to­graph all the fun and whim­si­cal moments of this per­fect day. Enjoy!

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Girl Meets Boy…

We met at UCLA, dur­ing finals week. Even though Dan was a math major and I was an Eng­lish major, we ended up study­ing together. Ten months later, we started dat­ing and never wanted to stop hang­ing out. We’d been together five years when Dan pro­posed to me on the cliffs of Santa Cruz, after an after­noon of surf­ing. I was so sur­prised I started cry­ing and said, “Will you marry me too?”

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Wed­ding Plan­ning Inspiration…

We love camp­ing, surf­ing and, sim­ply, being out­side together. This loca­tion holds deep mean­ing for us as a cou­ple, a place where we spend much qual­ity time together. We wanted our wed­ding to be vibrant with color, while also nat­ural with an ele­gant touch. We hoped it would be respect­ful of tra­di­tion and seri­ous about the com­mit­ment of mar­riage, while also play­ful, whim­si­cal and–of course–fun.

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Details…

I loved the recy­cled glass can­dle pil­lars, which were part of our din­ner table cen­ter­pieces. I also loved the hand­made nap­kin rings (paper flow­ers on wire rings), cre­ated by a dear fam­ily friend. One of my favorite touches is the arch, beneath which we were mar­ried. Dan con­structed it, out of drift­wood we col­lected together. Our wed­ding day was very windy, so the arch’s struc­tural integrity was tested–and passed with fly­ing colors!

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Color Palet…

We selected char­coal gray, blue and coral. I wanted my brides­maids’ dresses to be char­coal gray because, to me, it feels clas­sic yet inno­v­a­tive. Dan’s favorite color is blue, and we loved the col­or­ful flare of the coral. I loved the arrange­ments our florist put together, which com­bined a ton of wild­flow­ers, in all dif­fer­ent hues.

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Mem­o­rable Moments…

Before I headed down the aisle, I had to take off my veil because it was so incred­i­bly windy on the bluff where we were mar­ried. I was there with my father and step­fa­ther, and my best friend, about to head down the aisle to my groom–and, in that moment, I knew that details like a veil didn’t mat­ter in the least!

My maid of honor gave a speech that I will always remem­ber. She unearthed emails I’d writ­ten to her, from back when Dan and I first started dat­ing. She shared excerpts, woven with her own reflec­tions on us. Dan and me, and all our guests, laughed through the whole toast.

Lastly, I loved danc­ing at our wed­ding. Dan and I hoped we’d dance like crazy at our wed­ding, and boy did we get to! We danced together and with our friends and fam­ily. It was the per­fect way to mer­rily cel­e­brate our marriage.

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RADDEST Wed­ding Vendors…

Lisa Vil­hauer of Fleur de Lis did an incred­i­ble job with flow­ers. She brought together the organic tone, bright col­ors and spe­cific types of flow­ers I’d hoped for, while on a budget.

Ellie Grover cap­tured beau­ti­ful and fun images. We feel that we got the best of both worlds–classic wed­ding high­lights and key moments, while simul­ta­ne­ously inti­mate and creative.

Touch of Style (Laura Robert­son and Taryn Ruiz) were amaz­ing on our wed­ding day. Any unfore­seen com­pli­ca­tion that arose and they were there to take care of it! We are very grate­ful that our wed­ding day got to be peace­ful for our­selves and our fam­i­lies, thanks to them.

Phil’s Catering’s staff was friendly and warm, on the day of; and we received rave reviews from all of our guests about the food.

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Advice for Other “New­bie Brides”…

Have an amaz­ing time with the ones you love!

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Wed­ding Artists | Pho­tog­ra­phy: Ellie Grover Pho­tog­ra­phy | Venue: Hol­lis­ter Ranch | Caterer: Phil’s Cater­ing | Flow­ers: Fleur de Lis Flow­ers | Hair/Makeup: The Queen’s Bee’s | Cake: Solvang Bak­ery | Rentals: Tent Mer­chant | Linens: La Tavola Linens | DJ Enter­tain­ment: Good­beat Productions

Wiggy Ranch Wedding by Marianne Wilson

Posted by on Jul 11, 2013 in Carpinteria, Featured, Real Weddings | 0 comments

Christine + Brandon: Wiggy Ranch Wedding by Marianne Wilson Photography

Chris­tine and Bran­don had a nat­ural yet sophis­ti­cated wed­ding. Located at the Wiggy Ranch in the beau­ti­ful hills behind Carpin­te­ria, this wed­ding venue will blow you away with its charm. The green­ery from all the tree’s and bushes makes this the per­fect out­door wed­ding site. Adding a sim­ple hint of pur­ple to the dec­o­ra­tions did the trick to com­plete the look for this cou­ples spe­cial day. Mar­i­anne Wil­son was there to cap­ture the per­son­al­ity of Chris­tine and Bran­don as well as pho­to­graph them with some of the most beau­ti­ful back­drops Santa Bar­bara County has to offer. Enjoy!

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Christine + Brandon: Wiggy Ranch Wedding by Marianne Wilson Photography

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Christine + Brandon: Wiggy Ranch Wedding by Marianne Wilson Photography

Christine + Brandon: Wiggy Ranch Wedding by Marianne Wilson Photography

Christine + Brandon: Wiggy Ranch Wedding by Marianne Wilson Photography

Christine + Brandon: Wiggy Ranch Wedding by Marianne Wilson Photography

Wed­ding Plan­ning Inspiration…

When Chris­tine + Bran­don first con­tacted us they told us that they loved col­ors and they wanted to cre­ate a wed­ding that was fun and about a cel­e­bra­tion. They wanted their guests to enjoy them­selves on their big day. They also said that they wanted their wed­ding to be themed around beer, wine, and tail­gat­ing games. It was really touch­ing to us to see a cou­ple who was so focused on their guests hav­ing a great time at their wedding.

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Christine + Brandon: Wiggy Ranch Wedding by Marianne Wilson Photography

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Details…

They made the wed­ding very “them.” As a cou­ple, the best words we can use to describe them are super sweet, fun, and laid back and you totally could see all of those attrib­utes shin­ing through in their wed­ding. They had a close friend be their offi­ciant and dur­ing the cer­e­mony they had a “unity cup­cake cer­e­mony” instead of a unity can­dle or mix­ing wines or sand. Many of their dec­o­ra­tions were made of paper, which was both beau­ti­ful and had a sim­ple ele­gance that fit them so well. The lawn games, wild­flower flo­ral arrange­ments, her beau­ti­ful tea length dress, a milk and cookie bar… how much more sweet, fun and laid back can you get?!?!

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Christine + Brandon: Wiggy Ranch Wedding by Marianne Wilson Photography

Christine + Brandon: Wiggy Ranch Wedding by Marianne Wilson Photography

Christine + Brandon: Wiggy Ranch Wedding by Marianne Wilson Photography

Christine + Brandon: Wiggy Ranch Wedding by Marianne Wilson Photography

Christine + Brandon: Wiggy Ranch Wedding by Marianne Wilson Photography

Christine + Brandon: Wiggy Ranch Wedding by Marianne Wilson Photography

Christine + Brandon: Wiggy Ranch Wedding by Marianne Wilson Photography

Wed­ding Artists | Pho­tog­ra­phy: Mar­i­anne Wil­son Pho­tog­ra­phy | Venue: Wiggy Ranch | Caterer: Com­mand Per­for­mance | Event Coor­di­na­tor: Sim­ply Nat­ural Events | Dress: Melissa Sweet from Priscilla of Boston | Flow­ers: Kath­leen Buck­ley | Cake: Enjoy Cup­cakes