When photographer Elizabeth Burgi came across a new vintage boutique in Woodland Hills, California, she was on the hunt for new treasures for her closet and home. What she found was inspiration for a styled shoot featuring the shop owner’s daughter and a whimsical 1930’s silk wedding dress. After choosing a scenic and historic mansion built in the same era, Elizabeth captured the versatility of the gown with headpieces and accessories that prove that something borrowed can be new again and again.
Photographer: Elizabeth Burgi Photography
Location: Adamson House
Apparel: Juniper and Lane Vintage
Makeup: Heather Steele Vadnais
Sea Bags, an uber creative company that crafts stylish totes from reclaimed sailcloth, is partnering with jojo loves you, the online shop spot for bridal bling, to create the perfect accessory collection for brides-to-be on their big day. Perfect for the nautical themed wedding, these accessories take all the guess-work out of how to pair bags and bling for brides and bridesmaids.
See more at seabags.com!
If the upcoming sultriness of summer has you rethinking your wedding day ‘do, the braid is a great option.
This carefree style is ideal for many reasons—it’s easy, can be accented with fresh flowers, headpieces, and frames your glowing face! Even if you opt for a partially-braided style, keeping the hair away from the face is a bonus for summer brides.
Denise and Daniel went rustic for their wedding last summer. Held in Em-Tee-Town, a western town near Alder Flats, their day had a fun camping feel, complete with a BBQ, campfire and cupcakes. The weather was beautiful and in the words of the groom, the ceremony “was a dream.” We just love hearing recaps like that!
Photography: Shandro Photo
Cake Designer: Crave Cookies and Cupcakes
Floral Design: Off Whyte Floral