Love is in the air! Ceremony Magazine published a styled shoot I participated in, entitled A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and this could not be more dreamy and more perfect.
The shoot took place on the beautiful grounds of the Heritage Museum of Orange County, with its gorgeous garden setting, I was inspired to use some natural, handmade paper embedded with real flower petals and of course, PearlEx Rose Gold, written in a flowing and romantic script. The whole suite turned out so pretty!
Head over to the Ceremony Magazine feature for more wedding inspiration!
Photography | MeghanElise Photography
Location | Heritage Museum of Orange County
Planning & Design | Ruthie Linnert
Rentals | Bella Vita Vintage Rentals & Something Borrowed Party Rentals
Gown Design & Bridal Salon | Enaura Bridal
Floral Design | Penelope Pots Floral Design
Cake | Plumeria Cake Studio
Calligraphy | Linda Yoshida Calligraphy
Hair | Delia Falls
Makeup | Sharla Gerkin
The new issue of Smitten Magazine (Issue 14) is themed Painterly, and I am so honored to be part of the styled shoot called Vermeer Visions! I worked with the talented team of Nomad Nuptuals, MeghanElise Photography, Jen Events, and others at the spectacular St. Regis Monarch Beach Resort in Dana Point.
I absolutely adore this dreamy shoot with beautiful, muted colors. I used shades of warm gray, blush, and gold to create the wedding invitation suite, table numbers, and place cards. It’s definitely one of my favorites by far.
A shot of the full wedding invitation suite. I love how the gold “painterly” brushed effect on the pale blush cards worked out perfectly!
For more of this breathtaking shoot, head over to Smitten Magazine and check out the Painterly issue, or look for it at a retailer near you!
Floral + Event Design / Nomad Nuptials
Photography / MeghanElise Photography
Venue / Monarch Beach Resort
Jewelry / Atlantis Watches
Beauty / FUSE Hair & Beauty
Coordination / JenEvents
Cake / LoveCakes
Calligraphy / Linda Yoshida Calligraphy
Rentals / Rustic Urban Events
Gown / The Dress Theory
Signage / The Duo Studio