Taylor + Garry’s wedding wasn’t just an expression of their personalities, they actually went back in time and took inspiration from when they first began dating. Like say, how Garry first asked Taylor for her phone number at their university’s library. To honor that memory they scoured the local flea markets and antique shops for an authentic card catalog, vintage books, and amusing ways to display their drinks, hold their menu, and escort guests to their tables. They kept things classic, personal and simple and by no means took away from their already naturally beautiful Dune Lakes venue. And let’s not forget that the Cana Family captured the entire celebration. We absolutely love their work! Click here to jump over to the entire gallery of images!
That bouquet! That’s one massively gorgeous bunch of flowers!
And what’s in this pretty bunch? Ranunculus, peonies and roses.
How fun is that vintage ladder used to display their drinks?
Vintage tin cans seriously make some of the best vessels.
Gah, that view! And now for their beautiful video captured by one of our faves, the Cana Family. We’re such fans of everything they create!
Congratulations Taylor + Garry!
Photography + Videography: the Cana Family / Venue: Dune Lakes / Day of Coordinator: Taffy Gonzalez of All Traditions / Hair & Makeup: The Queen’s Bees / Florist: April Flowers / Cake: Two Little Birds Bakery / Catering: Mama’s Meatball / Invitation Designer: Seaside Press / Rentals: Got You Cover’D, Embellish Vintage Rentals / DJ: Malik Miko Thorne / Transportation: Central Coast Trolley Co. / Wood Signage: made by groom’s grandfather / Wine: came from family friend, Beth McCasland’s vineyard Penman Springs / Wedding Dress: Leanne Marshall from Lovely Bride LA / Shoes: Seychelles / Veil: Tessa Kim from Lovely Bride LA / Ring: designed by the groom and made by Craig at Serengeti West / Groom’s Suit: Alfani Red / Shoes: Fossil / Bridesmaid Dresses: Love Lane Collection through Bella Bridesmaid / Groomsmen: Alfani Red, Tie Bar