The lovely Miss Tara from Heirloom LA sent us these photos from Elizabeth & Jeff’s spectacular wedding, and we are particularly taken with them. The bride and groom are an award-winning pastry chef and an award-winning yoga instructor (respectively), which is pretty amazing in itself, but even better – rounding out this uber-talented duo are a bunch of their very best friends, who just so happen to be some of the most talented wedding vendors around – including our florist friend Clover.
Needless to say, the results are ahhhmazing.
Didn’t know it was possible for flowers to be this bright and beautiful, did you? Love the subtle whites with pops of bright pink and orange… the definition of sublime, we’d say.
The venue (an old cathedral at Rancho Diablo Dormindo) just drips of eclectic charm, with insanely beautiful foliage, 360 views – and high wood beamed ceilings inside to boot!
Good food was an absolute must for these two. Matt from Heirloom LA did not mess around – crostini stations, an entire wild boar, roasted salmon and karabuta pork rack… drool. The desserts were made by Roxanna of Ammo and Sandra of Jar. Everything looks unbelievably tasty!
Extraordinarily beautiful, you guys. Like a dream come true! Congrats!
Venue: Rancho Diablo Dormido / Catering: Heirloom LA / Wine: Tim Grubb / Flowers: Clover from Dandelion Ranch / Photography: Jacob Atmodjojo as well as Tara Maxey / Bride’s dress: Monique Lhuillier / Bride’s hair: Michelle Payne…who does many of the hairstyles on Mad Men! (310.313.2376) / Makeup and earrings: Meghan McGherry (971.506.7336) / Groom’s suit: Armani (jacket), Prada (tie), Ferragamo (shoes) / Invitations: Bella Figura