And the rest of this lovely shoot (if you missed part 1 check it out here)…
The GORGEOUS hair and makeup was by Jaimi at Fiore Beauty. She is my go-to girl if you want to look picture perfect – plus she is just the sweetest! Really can’t recommend Jaimi more. Pretty bohemian headpiece by the lovely Lo of Lo Boheme. I also just love the Vera Wang gowns Tam from Stylish Silhouette selected for our bride and the great jewelry selections.
Playing off the shipwrecked theme, treasure chests + old rusty crowns appeared throughout the event.
Melody from Sweet and Saucy Shop created a mint green cake with nautical rope textures. She also loved the idea of the bride and groom each having their own mini cake – which I adore also! Such a perfect idea if you and you both love cake, but love different flavors. :)
Vintage milk shipping crates that looked as if they had washed upon the shore were turned onto their sides and filled with messages in a bottle. Each bottle had the name of the guest tied around it and inside was a map leading the guest to their table with a warm ‘we treasure your friendship’ message, hand written by calligrapher Laura Hooper.
Big thanks again to all these amazing vendors for sharing their creativeness with us! I’m totally in love with this shoot. :) Be sure to also check out the feature in the lastest issue of Nonpareil!
Photography: Elizabeth Messina
Event Design & Coordination: Cortnie Purdy from Canvas and Canopy Events
Floral Design: Megan of La Partie Events
Hair & Makeup by: Jaimi Brooks, Fiore Beauty
Cakes: Sweet and Saucy Shop
Fashion Styling by: Stylish Silhouette + Canvas and Canopy Events
Vera Wang gowns provided by Bliss Bride
Calligraphy: Laura Hooper Calligraphy
Bridal Headpieces: Lo Boheme
Props/Rentals: OC Prop Girl, Urban Barn, Classic Party Rentals
Venue: Santa Barbara Historical Museum
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