Romantic Malibu Summer Wedding
This summer wedding at the Adamson House was full of rustic decor in shades of blush, gray, navy and yellows, and gorgeous florals by The Little Branch.
Future brides take note: do not fear the non-white dress! This bride's blush gown is absolutely stunning, from its color to the layers of gorgeous fabric. Add in beautiful roses from The Little Branch and the expert taste of Twine Events and we have a Malibu masterpiece, all captured by Hannah Arista Photography for us to enjoy on this dreary Monday. Grab some inspiration to get the week started right this way!
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From Twine Events... I believe the photos speak for themselves. While we love the pretty details of the wedding, you are truly swept away with this couple's documentary style photos from Hannah Arista. You get a sense of the couple's playful love, tender embraces, silly interactions, and gratitude toward their family all through the photos. They'll be able to experience these timeless moments over and over for a lifetime. Such a treasure!

You definitely don't need much when getting married at the Adamson House. This historic, outdoor venue in Malibu provides so much beauty on its own - ocean views, manicured lawns, rose gardens, historical details, and that perfect California weather. Which was even more important to the couple since they are now living in New York and had some family and friends flying in for the wedding. It was the perfect summer escape and time to celebrate! The bride decided to keep the main details neutral (gray, cream, nude) and add accents of soft pinks and yellows. This was carried throughout the day from the bride's attire, stationery (made by the bride, Jinny, and her friend, Clarice), linens, flowers, pashminas, and table settings. After all the formal moments of the ceremony, photos, dinner, toasts, the bride changed into her second dress which allowed her to dance! And what a party it was - guests donned glow in the dark accents, visited the photo booth, cheered with tequila shots, enjoyed cake and specialty puddings, and danced the night away.