I remember learning about this gem of a venue a while back but with this revisit right here, I’ve become convinced, that had I married in the Golden State, Temecula Creek Inn would have been the place for me. One look through Sposto Photography’s pics in our VAULT and I bet you’ll join me in falling in love with this pretty piece of land and all the whimsy and romance it holds – see it all right this way!
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From Sposto Photography… This whimsical wonderland wedding featured so many wonderful elements. The touches of coral, violet and lavender, the antique furniture, and the majestic stone house were just some of the elements that made this wedding extra special. It’s stunning design and eclectic look brought this romantic wedding to life. The bride was ushered through a set of doors over 100 years old to see her beloved for the first time down the aisle. The party was equipped with a vintage lemonade stand for refreshments, and a lovely seating area by the fire inside the stone house. The dancing lasted all night with the help of Dirty Sugar, a vivid cover band providing the funk and soul stylings of artists like Michael Jackson and Etta James.
Photography: Sposto Photography | Cinematography: Joe Stein | Coordination: Hayley Radford | Floral Design: Finicky Flowers | Cake: Cakes To Celebrate | Invitations: Minted | Band: Dirty Sugar | Venue: Temecula Creek Inn | Bridal Boutique: Mon Amie Bridal Salon | Rentals: Madam Palooza Emporium
A California vineyard wedding infused with a touch of Tuscan elegance might just be the definition of paradise. And in this case, the romantic reality for these lucky lovebirds. Honey Honey Photography captured every moment, from Bella Flora’s soft bouquets to the rustic chic reception. Join me in the gallery for more smile-inducing snaps – and in our Vault for even more rustic wonders.
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From The Bride…When I first knew I loved Kyle was when he surprised me with a date to the pier in San Clemente. Before this date, I had never visited the pier even though I lived in Orange County my whole life. Once we got to the pier the sound of crashing waves hitting the shore automatically set the mood for the perfect night that lay ahead. The pier was completely empty and we walked hand and hand as we talked under the twinkling stars. That night we sat and talked for hours and I found out that he was more like me than anyone I had ever met. When it became too cold to stay outside anymore Kyle and I didn’t want the night to end so we returned to Kyle’s car to talk some more. Even though I needed to wake up at five in the morning for work I stayed out until three just talking to Kyle, wanting to know more about this wonderful person who seemed too good to be true. This pier has a special place in my heart, and is also the place where Kyle proposed to me.
I wanted our wedding to be soft and romantic with just a hint of a Tuscan elegance. I wanted a close family atmosphere where our guests could relax and mingle while enjoying our wedding. The best part of the whole wedding for me was sitting at our sweetheart table and looking out towards all our friends and family who were laughing and having a good time. This made my day seeing everyone happy for us and seeing all our hard work and planning come together.
My best advice for future couples is to stay true to what you want. Weddings are a lot of hard work and determination, but in the end everything is worth it. Don’t sweat the small stuff and be happy. Because remember at the end of the day you are marrying your best friend and that is all that matters.
From The Groom…I hold the “L” word in high regard. Erika knew this early on in our relationship. But with more and more time spent together things started to become more and more natural. I knew that I felt more for her then just some girl after spending a lot of time just talking with her. Night after night, talking and spending time together until the wee hours of the morning, I started to know she was the one. Then one evening as we were hanging out and laughing and getting to know each other even more, we had a moment, and without even thinking about it, the words came out of my mouth… “I love you” and she sat there startled, and I did too, but we smiled at each other and I explained to her how much she meant to me, and how I truly did love her.
Photography: Honey Honey Photography | Floral Design: Bella Flora | Wedding Dress: Essense Of Australia | Cake: Cakes To Celebrate | Bridesmaids' Dresses: Lulu's | Catering: Europa Village | DJ: Local DJ Boy | Venue: Europa Village | Bridesmaids' Robes: Silk And More | Flower Girl Dress: Tea Princess | Garter: Garter Queen | Groom's And Groomsmens' Attire: Men's Warehouse | Guestbook: Kowaikuma
All good things must come to an end: today we have Alyssa Danielle’s final beauty look featured in this stunning Wiens Family Cellars photo shoot from Plum & Oak Photo and Kelsey Rae Designs. But here’s the good news: we also have all the tricks and products you’ll need to recreate it! Rock this subtle smokey eye and soft berry lip on your wedding day or at your rehearsal dinner—either way, you’re sure to wow.
GET THE LOOK
Begin by moisturizing your face with a moisturizer such as Embryolisse Lait Crème Concentre. For dry skin, try adding a few drops of Argan oil into the moisturizer. For oily skin use a mattifying primer such as Kryolan Perfect Matte Primer. Also try Smashbox’s Iconic Photo Finish Primer for normal to dry skin.
Begin by applying MAC Prolongwear Paint Pot in Perky to the eyelids and add MAC Arena on top. Using a blending blush, add a variety of light brown shadows into the crease of the eye. We added MAC Shroom onto the brow bone. Be sure to blend your shadow so no lines can be seen. Apply a gel liner of your choice. Try using MAC 263 angled brush to get a nice clean line. Curl lashes and then apply false lashes and mascara.
Concealer & Foundation
To make the eyes pop in this natural look, apply concealer to blemishes and dark circles. Next, try using Real Techniques Stippling Brush to apply foundation of your choice. Use a damp beauty blender to blend foundation and achieve an airbrushed look.
Run a spooly comb through your brows. Next, use an angled brush to fill in brows with a brow powder and comb through brows again with a spooly to help blend in the powder.
Apply a pale pink blush to the apples of your cheeks. Next, add bronzer to the areas of the face where light naturally hits such as the top of your cheeks, jawline, and forehead. Be sure to use a light hand when applying bronzer as a little can go a long way.
Start with a lip primer to assure lipstick will stay all day. To get this bold lip, we used Urban Decay 24/7 lipliner in Turn On and MAC Plumful lipstick.
Apply a translucent setting powder such as Purely Cosmetics Diamond Diamond Perfect Finish Powder to your t-zone area. Set makeup with a setting spray such as Urban Decay All Nighter Setting Spray
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Makeup Tips: Alyssa Danielle | Photography: Plum & Oak Photo | Event Styling: Kelsey Rae Designs | Venue: Wiens Family Cellars