California Spring Garden Wedding
November 26, 2014
Classic WeddingsAl FrescoOutdoor Weddings
We've seen our fair share of al fresco lovefests, but there's something about this garden affair that takes California pretty to a whole new level. Simple yet chic, Coastyle Events crafted a day filled with lush greens by Feather Acres and contemporary touches. Combined with the talent of Troy Grover behind the lens and video captured by Renéemudd, you can guarantee that every moment will be beautiful.
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From Troy Grover Photographers...A wish-I-was-there type of wedding. From the moment you entered the lush gardens, you immediately felt the warmth and love dedicated to the details of the nuptials, paired with a contagious energy from all of the friends, family and bridal party (there were 24!) gathered to celebrate the adorable couple.

The wedding was simple, yet elegant, pulling in old elements like the bride's grandma's 1940's cake topper with contemporary touches of woodfired pizza, long, ticking-striped runners & branded, san-seriffed stationery. Much of it was the DIY handy work of the bride and her mother, and far from looking DIY at all. The bride designed all of the wedding stationery, made the farm-to-table runners, modern table numbers, and dusted every mid-century modern pizza stand with a fabulous gold finish. The bride's mother arranged the bridal party's bouquets along with the boutonnieres and was the vision behind the amazing oversized lanterns that paved the aisle to the old fern that covered the alter.

The ceremony was serenaded with live music from the bride's two uncles and sister who's 3-part harmony was nothing short of incredible, which set the mood for the entire evening.

As the evening transitioned into a gazebo lit reception stranded with whimsical market lights, the remainder of the night was idyllic— speeches-epic, dance party-unbeatable, and happy couple? Just watch the video... quite possibly the happiest newlyweds you've ever seen!