I swear I’ll never get tired of pretty, little DIY weddings like this one from Brittrene Photo. The soft color palette with pops of gold sparkles literally has my heart all aflutter. Not to mention the gorgeous florals and the sweet-as-can-be attire of the littlest aisle attendants. There are so many steal worthy details nestled into this little charmer, so be sure to check out the full gallery here!
From the Bride…From the first day Matt and I began planning our wedding, we knew we wanted it to be a big party filled with love, good music, good food (Persian) setting the stage for an unforgettable evening for all. We wanted to celebrate all of the love and support we have received from our friends and family as individuals and throughout our five years as a couple.
We heard from a number of guests that butterflies and hummingbirds crashed our ceremony – symbols of love, rebirth, and happy souls. Our wedding was a symbol of our love and affection for each other as well as a union of our families. Whether it was the photobooth, the food and drinks, or the DJ and amazing music – we wanted everyone to feel like they were having the time of their lives.
This day truly could not have been possible without the loving support of our family and friends. We especially thank our parents and grandparents for demonstrating the meaning of true love throughout the years. Thank you to EVERYONE who helped with all the details to made our wedding so unique and beautiful. We truly appreciate all the love and support from everyone – it was an honor to share the best day of our lives with you.
Wedding Photography: Brittrene Photo / Floral Design: Lovely Day Floral Studio / Event Planning: Christina Carbonara / Ceremony + Reception Location: Casino San Clemente / Bride’s Shoes: Jeffrey Campbell / Wedding Dress: Watters + Stone Cold Fox / Vintage Rentals: Stephanie with Ribbons and Rust / Bridesmaid Dresses: Donna Morgan via Nordstrom / Cupcakes: Kelly of Once Upon a CupcakeDonna Morgan and Watters are members of our Look Book. For more information on how members are chosen, click here.