Allison and Jeremy planned an epic, vibrant wedding with the help of planner Andrea Hwang that celebrated their love of art, music, and color! Allison is an artist and model (she was a standout contestant on two different seasons of America’s Next Top Model!), and Jeremy is the founder, creative director, and producer of the indie rock dance party “Electric Feels”. They started their day by getting ready and doing their first look at the quirky Madonna Inn that the two of them both adore. Their venue, Higuera Ranch was a beautiful blank slate for a colorful ceremony installation and monochromatic pastel tables for dinner that are sure to WOW!
The mountains surrounding the venue made for gorgeous portraits by Mary Costa Photography and a beautiful ceremony. There was so much laughter and lots of happy tears throughout the day and we can’t wait to share the photos with you all!
You Are Cordially Invited
A simple invitation suite with a fun pop of color!
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This bridal look is giving old Hollywood glam vibes and we’re obsessed! She looks gorgeous!
The Dramatic First Look
The bride’s grand entrance to their first look is giving us LIFE!
This bride wore a gorgeous golden tiara with her veil. …And if you didn’t know we are BIG fans of wedding crowns + tiaras!
Allison and Jeremy love pastels and the Madonna Inn where they got ready for the day was the true inspiration. The Madonna Inn has so many quirky nooks and fun surprises at every turn, and even though the wedding itself took place in the mountains at Higuera Ranch, the creative team wanted to communicate that same dreamy and whimsical vibe throughout the day.
Like HELLO! How fun is this quirky atmosphere! PERFECT for any photoshoot!
Beautiful bride Allison wore the stunning “Caspian” gown by Odylyne the Ceremony that perfectly complimented her unique style!
The Wedding Party
These groomsmen offered Jeremy hugs, laughs, and a whole lot of good vibes going into the ceremony!
Ladies in sage green + breathtaking bouquets are the recipe for beauty!!!
Pastel Heavy Ceremony
Creative Director Zaid Arriola drew from the colors of a Mark Ryden painting with a focus on saturated pastels. He created a cohesive and playful mood in the ceremony, dining, and barn dance areas by using a variety of textures and colors.
The groom couldn’t help but shed a few tears when he saw his bride walk down the aisle! We LOVE these moments….
While there were tears… laughs, and so much love was also shared during this monumental vow exchange!
The bride and groom everyone!
We love that their pup was in on all the action!
A Dreamy Sunset Photoshoot
The groom stuns in his suit from Tom Ford!
Art Installation Reception
The barn at Higuera Ranch became an art installation all its own for the reception, with pops of flowers by Cobra Lily, mesmerizing lighting, and a vintage TV screen installation that featured photos of A+J’s seven-year relationship. This was a huge party that was full of stylish guests and fabulous florals!
We love a charcuterie moment! Everyone snacked and shared drinks while the couple partook in their sunset photoshoot!
Zaid Arriola collaborated with Jake Kale of Cobra Lily to make this couple’s dream of a candy-colored vibrant fantasy into reality. They used iridescent anthurium lilies, electric turquoise orchids and peach peonies at the ceremony, followed by monochromatic tables in coordinating pastels for the dinner.
This retro cake really fit the vibe of this couple’s celebration! And we love their adorable wedding cake topper as well!
From Day to Night!
A neon daydream! This couple shared their special day with their closest friends and family and we couldn’t be more excited for them both! Cheers to the newlyweds!
photography: Mary Costa Photography // venue name: Higuera Ranch, San Luis Obispo, California, USA // planning: Andrea Hwang // florals: Cobra Lily // wedding dress: Odylyne the Ceremony "Caspian" // hair stylist: Jaime Diaz // makeup artist: Dre Ronayne // groom attire: Tom Ford // videography: Ryan Fleming // art director: The Art House Collective // bridesmaids bouquets + boutonnieres: The Little Branch