How pretty was this morning’s wedding? Feel free to take your time pouring over all the vibrant colors + patterns in this editorial by Katie Beverley too. When Kimberly of The Dainty Lion walked onto this old train car she was instantly drawn to the rustic setting, and wanted to set loads of color + bright décor against it for an east-meets-west design. Kimberly says, I immediately envisioned a story of two opposite worlds colliding and creating something incredibly beautiful while still maintaining their own identity.
These henna-inspired invites by Harken Press are spot on.
Not a bad spot to set up camp, amirite?!
Kimberly of The The Dainty Lion explains, I was so mesmerized when I found this venue that I was then left dreaming about it for months, hoping to find my way back. When I did come back, I brought with me a talented team of artists to create a wedding look that none of us had ever seen before. The western façade of the Ranch is inimitably playful and a rare gem that I think let everyone’s creative minds run rampant. This shoot was a true collaboration and therefore turned out to be even more magical than any of us could have imagined.
Amazing work, team!
Photographer: Katie Beverley / Location: ‘Back of the Ranch’ in Ramona, California / Planning & Design: The Dainty Lion / Florist & Model: Taya Glynn of Compass Floral / Hair & Makeup: Thorne Artistry / Stationery: Harken Press / Savory Pies: Betty’s Pie Whole / Cake: S’more Sweets / Signs: Ampersand Collections / Rentals: Pow Wow Design Studio / Dress:Houghton from The Dress Theory / Jewelry: Erin Fader Jewelry / Henna: Hennasphere / Suit: District Homme