We loved Jessica and Luckey’s simple and peaceful approach to their wedding day. They got ready together in the house they own with their family in Joshua Tree, with vetever oil diffusing in the air. (The oil has a grounding element, perfect for your wedding day!) Jessica and her sister (who also made the wedding jewelry) fluttered about before hand, putting together the florals and last minute ceremony touches- adding to the elements brought in by the groom Luckey, who is an artist. The ceremony details, with the color, architectural elements, and cacti, where so Luis Barragan-ish. The freaking phenomenal vegan-raw cake was made by a close friend and wedding guest. The family dogs padded around the compound, along with all the kiddos. You could tell the couple was surrounded by their closest friends and family for such an intimate celebration of love. Our kind of jam! Check out Once Wed for more today. Thank you Jessica + Luckey!
Korakia is one of our favorite places to be, and Kim + Marcin did it up right! We loved all the romantic touches, but their first dance took the cake. Scroll the photos here to find it, or hop over to Style Me Pretty to read more from Kim herself. Thanks for having us you guys! What a blast.
Jane + Adam took a road trip from SF to LA to elope at the Griffith Park Observatory. The best chance to have an uninterrupted ceremony in this public place was just after sunrise. I couldn’t have been more pleasantly surprised when they showed up dressed to the nines at 630 am! We took some portraits in and around Griffith Park then headed over to Langer’s old school deli near MacArthur Park. We had the place to ourselves at 9 am and they had their favorite famous Original #19 sandwich – hot pastrami on rye. We ended the morning with a portrait outside Don Draper’s childhood home in Angelino Heights (we were all fans of Madmen). Head on over to Green Wedding Shoes for more of their story.
This is an oldie but a goodie. What better way to spend a day at work than following a gorgeous couple (majorly in love) ramble around one of your favorite Mexican fishing villages, before tying the knot over the ocean, and then celebrating with their closest family (plus some mariachi and tequila, of course.) Read all about it today on Green Wedding Shoes! Xoxo