Styled Shoot Inspired by Spanish Mission

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We’re kicking 2019 off by sharing a styled shoot coordinated by our very own Debby Boh. The setting–Mission San Juan Capistrano. This place is rich in history; its Spanish architectural details have been preserved so beautifully. Its muted palette of brick and stone naturally lent to a muted palette of copper and beige… but certainly not blah. It’s inspiration for all seasons in California (we know–we’re lucky). 

We love the juxtaposition of old and new. Notice the use of dried leaves and fresh flowers in the bouquets. And how it’s effortlessly composed. The gold silverware also adds such warmth to the tablescape. Have you ever seen creamsicle orange so tastefully used?

We’ve gotta say THANK YOU to all of our wonderful vendors involved. From the paper suite to the fashion, we’re thrilled at how things came together. How ’bout that film photography? Stunning! Learn more about the team below. See the features on Wedding Sparrow and Friar Tux, too. Thanks to you for tuning in, and see you next week!

Photography | Urban Rose Photography
Photography Mentor | Savan Photography
Venue | San Juan Capistrano Mission
Florals | Blue Ladder Botany
Hair + Makeup | Beauty and the Beach
Rentals | Sweet Salvage Rentals
Linen | Wild Flower Linen
Paper Suite | Flourish Calligraphy
Ribbon | Tono and Co
Gown | Enaura Bridal
Suit | Friar Tux

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