Here in Southern California, we have a wonderful array of Hispanic culture all around us. From lovely vintage homes that line the streets of mature neighborhoods, to an eclectic mix of eateries sure to satisfy even the widest range of palettes. And pretty much all around, it is a lovely and vibrant heritage from which to draw inspiration from.
Showcasing rich textures, bright colors, and thoughtful details, the team put together a collection of ideas that will surely inspire any bride. Through a mixture of floral arrangements including fuchsia and yellow carnations, as well as tiny lime green dahlias wrapped in a burlap wide ribbon, the romantic elegance is flowing full force. Combined with yummy looking Mexican cookies, a selection of tequila and a wonderful mix of brightly colored details, this shoot is filled with lovely lively inspiration to the brim!
Photographer: L’Art Orange Photography
Hair & Makeup Stylist: Strands Studio for Hair
Event Planner: Jessica Interiors
Bride Model: Tanya Salgado
Bride’s dress: DB Studio
Bride’s Shoes: Jessica Simpson
Bride pashmina: Hand Made in Mexico can be purchased on Etsy http://www.etsy.com/
Wrapper purse: Hand made in Mexico can be purchased from http://www.etsy.com/
Dinner plates, cake stand and lanterns: Pier One Imports
Ghost Chairs and white solid linen: Event Rentals Unlimited
Bakery: Star Provisions Bakery
White crochet overlay and runner: Jessica Interiors inventory
Cake designer: Jessica Interiors
Bride Bouquet 1: Jessica Interiors (Flowers: yellow miniature calla lilies)
Bride bouquet bundle 2: Jessica Interiors (Flowers: a mixture of fuchsia and yellow carnations with lime green dahlias wrapped in a burlap wide ribbon)
Submission via Two Bright Lights
What do you think? Wouldn’t a brightly colored Hispanic styled reception be fun!
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