Inspired by an Andrew Wyeth painting, and the spirit of the modern elopement, today’s gorgeous editorial by Pat Furey Photography + Claire Loves Love will undoubtably leave you with a bad case of California wanderlust. The simple, subtle and intimate scene took place at Rodeo Beach, in Marin County (near San Francisco) and acts as ideal inspiration for couples planning an moody, coastal vow exchange…
A rugged backdrop deserves an intricate, but imperfect, bouquet. So, naturally, we love this rustic beauty by Lambert Floral.
And not surprisingly, we are all about this Sarah Seven two-piece dress from The Dress Theory. It feels just right for a seaside elopement where the bride will no doubt be climbing rocks, strutting in the sand, and dipping her feet in the ocean.
What a surreally gorgeous place!
This textural tablescape feels organic to its surroundings + the soothing palette is just right for winter celebrations. The gorgeous vignette features rental items + styling by Mrs. Peasy + Heath Ceramics.
A groom in J.Crew is always a win.
Big thanks to the talented team below for sharing their gorgeous work with us today!
photography: Pat Furey Photography // venue name: Rodeo Beach, San Francisco // event design: Claire Loves Love // planning: Claire Loves Love // florals: Lambert Floral // hair stylist: Angela from Skyla Arts // makeup artist: Angela from Skyla Arts // models: Jillian and Alex from Stars Models // wedding dress: Sarah Seven from The Dress Theory // suit: J.Crew // getting ready location: Field Theory // rentals: Mrs. Peasy + Heath Ceramics // table styling: Mrs. Peasy + Heath Ceramics