San Diego Style Weddings Magazine Photo Shoot 2013

Each year San Diego Style Weddings Magazine asks a number of coordinators to put together a table display to showcase current wedding design trends that they then feature in their yearly magazine.  This is one of my favorite tasks because I get to create according to my own whimsy!  I love creating for my clients but the goal is to always bring their vision to fruition–with the magazine shoot, I get to bring my own!   We set the shoot on the lawn of the La Jolla Women’s Club in downtown La Jolla.  They have a fabulous tree that became our focal point–and is a great focal point for wedding ceremonies too!  I worked with Seven Stems floral design to create a rustic romantic look.

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For colors, I wanted to combine cantaloupe with a meridian blue, accented with whites, ivories, greens, and natural wood tones.  I like mixing my elements–so we combined vintage key place cards and antique glassware with the strings of pearls and crystals and the gold chargers.  This sense of rustic with “bling” adds interest in their combination.

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Nic Roc Designs created all of our paper products, using the cantaloupe and meridian blue and mixing fonts to create a look that was both modern and vintage all at the same time.  I use Nic Roc with a lot of my clients and always love her work!

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La Tavola provided the blue and white pinstripe linen and Studio Carre the gorgeous photography!  It was super fun to create and I was thrilled with how it turned out!  Now for a client to replicate it…;)

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  1. Anne Driscoll says:

    Reblogged this on Visalia Wedding Style.

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