It’s no secret that we’re drawn to shiny things over here at GWS ;) and today’s inspired shoot is all about that glow! Jaime at Wild Heart Events envisioned a colorful day filled with iridescent pops and enlisted the help of some talented vendors to help bring the vision to life:
With iridescent trending right now, we decided to bring this concept to a more formal setting at one of our favorite locations, Belmond El Encanto in Santa Barbara. We based most of the design off of the rainbow reflections of the silverware, but played off of the lavender and mustard accents. We wanted to present a more contemporary vibe to this classic property with pops of color and mid-century accents. Our bride and groom were treated to a bubble entourage, an Anthropologie candle escort display, and iridescent details throughout their big day!
Anna Delores Photography‘s photos are a super fun look at the day—let’s jump in!
Pigment & Parchment totally nailed the colorful invitation suite!
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SO FUN with the bubbles! A simple way to add some playful whimsy.
Party Pleasers absolutely outdid themselves with the tabletop rentals!
These are the BEST smelling candles from Anthro, if you ask us…and perfect addition to the day with their iridescent jars! Here’s a few of our favorite iridescent finds:
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And to finish it off, a shimmering drip cake by Lori Stern! Who else is feeling iridescent this season?! We’re loving the look—major thanks to the talented team for sharing!
photography: Anna Delores Photography // venue name: Belmond El Encanto, Santa Barbara, California, USA // event design: Wild Heart Events // planning: Wild Heart Events // florals: Bloom Floral & Foliage // wedding dress: Alexandra Grecco // hair stylist: Blushing Beauty // makeup artist: Blushing Beauty // groom attire: Indochino // paper goods: Pigment & Parchment // calligraphy: Pigment & Parchment // cake: Lori Stern // tabletop rentals: Party Pleasers // furniture rentals: Party Pleasers // linen rentals: Party Pleasers