We are so pleased to be a part of this intimate Santa Barbara wedding, featured on the ever inspiring Style Me Pretty. The bride, elegance personified, radiated loveliness… “The high school sweethearts decided to put their plans for a large wedding aside and celebrated their love at a micro wedding full of sweet details. The couple enlisted the help of Santa Barbara Elopement to bring their wedding dreams to life. Anna Le Pley Taylor worked with white blooms and greenery to bring the day to life. Kristina Adams Photography captured the love of the day in her beautiful imagery.”
From Weddings Sparrow: Just a short boat ride from Downtown Miami, sits a picturesque body of water off the beaches of Key Biscayne. All blue skies and deep teal sea, it was the perfect backdrop for a stunning collection of designer bridal wear of the season. Hand selected and styled by Gabrielle Hurwitz, there’s a gown for every taste, mood and personality. What they all have in common? Elevated style for the modern bride.
See the full feature here and the amazing editorial video here!
This delightfully curated wedding speaks volumes for adding personal touches to your special day. Styled by TEAM’s Nicole and Emma and photographed by Kurt Boomer, the beautiful celebration is featured on Martha Stewart Weddings…
“Becca went to high school in the Carpinteria, California, area in Santa Barbara County, so the couple knew they wanted to look for venues there. Klentner Ranch offered breathtaking views and served as a convenient location—it’s the midway point between the Los Angeles area, where Joey is from, and San Francisco, where the newlyweds live now. The duo teamed up with Tory Smith of Smith + James to pull off a coastal chic-themed wedding with a natural color palette of green, gray, white, and tan.”
About the dress:
Becca went to Wildbride, a boutique in Hayes Valley, with her sister and stepmom to find her dream wedding dress. She tried on a number of different of ensembles before finding a V-neck sheath style with pearl button details by Laure de Sagazan. “It made me feel beautiful and confident. Timeless, while also feeling on-brand to the venue and wedding we wanted to have—vintage-inspired with a modern feel,” she says. “It was also incredibly comfortable!
Alongside planners from RMBO Collective, Geáda, creative director for Marie Forleo, and Bryan, a senior production coordinator for Walt Disney Animation Studios, worked to create an event with a “sense of presence,” where “guests could lose themselves in celebration.” They opted for a color palette of black and white with accents of pink and peach, and made every decision based on the idea of throwing a “Hell Yes” wedding—one where they included only details and elements that they absolutely loved and could say “hell, yes!” to.