The inspiration for this shoot photographed by Lucky Love Photography was a blossoming 1950’s romance on a train. With event planning by Blossom Events Co., the team decided to use the Orange Empire Railway Museum for their shoot and a large wooden farm table for the reception table with vintage cross back chairs and a wooden bench. Model Shelise was dressed in a 50’s style short wedding dress from Dolly Couture with vintage makeup and hair.
Male model Phil was dressed in suspenders, a bow-tie and blue pants. Leafy Flower & Party created a darling bouquet for the bride and filled the reception table with mason jars and a long wooden floral centerpiece. The Paper Mint Press created some vintage looking invitations as well as menus, place cards and table numbers. Instead of a big cake the team decided to have some mini cakes and desserts made by Whisk and Whittle.
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Photographer: Lucky Love Photography // Hair Stylist: Hair by Candi // Model: Hot Shots // Design and Decor: Pretty Vintage Rentals // Equipment Rentals: Temecula Party Rentals // Invitation Designer: The Paper Mint Press // Makeup Artist: Marlita On The Run // Model: Shelise // Event Planner: Blossom Events Co. // Dress Designer: Dolly Couture // Floral Designer: Leafy Flower & Party // Bakery: Whisk and whittle // Event Venue: Orange Empire Railway Musuem // Submitted via Two Bright Lights
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