Monterey Museum garden wedding: Megan + Phil

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All you need to know is Megan + Phil’s dreamy color palette (ivory, champagne, pink, green, and gold) to imagine just how lovely their wedding Monterey museum was. They went for “romantic garden party” and everything from the dress to the amaze 4-tiered wedding cake so, so delivered. Thanks to Cara Robbins for sharing these photos with us!

Invitation suite

Wedding invitation

Wedding dress

What did we say about this dress? The Amsale Dahlia gown truly couldn’t have been better for a romantic garden party wedding with its shirred bodice and hand-pleated taffeta embroidered skirt.

Wedding party portrait

Wedding rings

Summer bridal bouquet

Bridal portrait

Bridal bouquet

Megan’s soft bridal bouquet: Gorgeous, lush green bouquet of ferns, scented jasmine vine, seeded eucalyptus, olive tips, garden roses, blue thistle and anemone, hand wrapped in French satin ribbon.

Bridesmaid portrait

Outdoor wedding portrait

Wedding guestbook

Groom's boutonnières

Ceremony portrait

She walked down the aisle to a violin version of If I Loved You from the musical Carousel + their first dance was Earth, Wind and Fire’s That’s The Way Of The World.

Wedding party portrait

Wedding portrait

Wedding guestbook

Wedding reception

When we first started looking at venues, we were drawn to intimate, warm spaces, spaces that felt unique and different. The Monterey Museum of Art- La Mirada was not only beautiful and historic, but scenic and classic. It was the perfect space for us, plus our family and friends loved the local history and sweet smelling rose gardens… We planned our wedding in two years, but the hardest part was planning the wedding away from my family. I never imagined I wouldn’t have my mom and sister with me for the little things that go into all the decision-making, but thankfully they were always a phone call away! We were very fortunate to have Phil’s family for lots of love and support through it all.

Wedding florals

Wedding florals

Place setting

Wedding tablescape

Wedding florals

Wedding tablescape

Megan’s mom cut + hemmed striped fabric for a perfect table runner that only cost $25.

Wedding florals

Wedding cake florals

Four tiered wedding cake

On choosing a photographer, Megan says, Cara and I spoke on the phone for more than an hour getting to know each other. I was blown away with her photos on her website and knew after speaking to her, she was the perfect photographer for us. We wanted our photographer to really capture who we were without making us feel pressured to look a certain way. She is fantastic at what she does and Phil and I could not be happier with our pictures!

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Congrats guys!

Photographer: Cara Robbins Studio / Videographer: Nico Lee-Quinones / Venue: Monterey Museum of Art – La Mirada / Coordination: Tiffani Munsey of Monterey Museum of Art, and Bride & Groom / Florist: Willi Wildflower / Hair & Makeup: Savannah LeDoux / Invitations: Jonijoprints / Cake: Second Street Café / Catering: Classic Catering / Bride’s Dress: Amsale ‘Dahlia’ / Veil: Blancaveils / Shoes: Kenneth Cole / Engagement Ring & Wedding Bands: Garrett Jewelers in Aptos, CA / Jewelry: Chloe + Isabel / Lipstick: L’absolu Rouge from Lancome / Groom & Groomsmen Suits: Calvin Klein / Bridesmaid Dresses: Watters, BHLDN

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Alice Johnston on Oct 14, 2015

What a beautiful garden wedding! Crazy about the invites, they are perfect! And so many little details so well put together. Simple things like sage leaves tucked into the napkins and foiled edges on the flower create such a polished effect. Love it!

Jenna Paille on Oct 14, 2015

What a beautiful wedding. I love the soft romantic colors. Megan, your dress was perfection and you looked gorgeous. The cake is absolutely to die for. I love the seeded eucalyptus all around. Swoon!

Tim on Oct 14, 2015

I love the idea of using records as the wedding guestbook (or would it be a "wedding record" now?) As a record lover, I feel like I should have thought of that! You can even frame them and hang them, which is awesome compared to what you would presumably do with a regular guestbook (toss it into a storage bin for eternity).

Julie Martin on Oct 15, 2015

I absolutely LOVED working on this wedding! Megan & Phil were are dream come true! A truly inspiring couple whose love and kindness extended to everyone they met. I am so grateful and honored to have been part of this magical event. Congrats to two incredible people!

Kari on Nov 2, 2015

Love that hand made table runner! Kari www.sweetteasweetie.com

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