You know the saying “It takes a village”? That definitely came to mind when we heard about this shoot conceptualized and styled by Rebecca of Finders Keepers. The team (including Laura Goldenberger, Clementine Floral Works, Laura Stewart Design + more) hiked to the scenic, but pret-ty inaccessible, location with a 10 foot farm table, chairs, ladders + cases of china in tow. But it was all well worth it, because what they created atop a small Topanga Canyon mountain really was pure magic.
Our favorite element has got to be the 7 foot moon installation, crafted from hundreds of corks, that worked beautifully as a statement piece backdrop. And good news for fellow admirers, Laura Stewart who crafted the work of art, is coming back in just a bit to share a DIY with us on how to make one, too!
Page Beauty did such a lovely job giving the bride a pretty, natural glow.
The loveliest, no? Be sure to stop back by in just a bit, because Laura Stewart Design is giving us the low down for making that epic moon backdrop. You won’t want to miss it!
Thanks so much to Finders Keepers + the awesome team below for sharing!
photography: Laura Goldenberger // venue name: Topanga Canyon, California // event design: Finders Keepers // planning: Finders Keepers // florals: Clementine Floral Works // makeup artist: Page Beauty // cake: Sweet and Saucy Shop // models: Tessa Foust and Brandon Roberts // ceremony installation: Laura Stewart Design // dishes: Borrowed Blu // flatware: Borrowed Blu // rentals: Finders Keepers // wedding dress: Rue de Seine 'Cleo' from Lovely Bride