An Intimate Elopement That Proves You Don't Have to Sacrifice Style
A mid-century modern celebration in California that proves you don't have to sacrifice style for an elopement.
If you're toying with the idea of an intimate elopement, then let this modern inspiration be the push you towards making it happen. For all you need is a team of talented vendors (like Kelly Oshiro and La Tavola Fine Linen Rental) and you've got yourself the making of magic. So, what are you waiting for? We'll let Booth Photographics captures in The Vault convince you of the rest.








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From Kelly Oshiro...Inspired by a modern couple, who loves both mid-century design and old world elegance, I created this contemporary wedding shoot for photographers Booth Photographics. For the bride, I pulled an elegant Delphine Manivet wedding pantsuit from Solstice Bride paired with handmade modernist jewelry from VLM Jewelry, and a sleek ponytail by Studio MMB. For our groom, a timeless white dinner jacket were paired with velvet loafers, all from The Black Tux. I also pulled designers sunglasses from Gogosha Optique for a few sleek and modern wedding portraits.

Ceremony was envisioned as an intimate elopement, held in front of the fireplace at Feynes Mansion, with understated ferns and geometric lanterns decorating the space. Dinner was setup on the beautiful balcony of the turn of the century mansion. Modern black and tan bentwood chairs from Yeah Rentals! Were paired with a gray velvet linen from La Tavola and the place setting was decidedly modern with marble plates from the Ark and a plated fig salad. Twig and Twine created a loose, organic arrangement in moody fall colors with smoke bush, chocolate cosmos and garden roses. Simple gold taper holders from CB2 held traditional bee's wax candles. A simple tiered cake from Lele Patisserie was decorated with fall foliage and individual hyacinth blooms.