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Veronica and Kyle met when the Brazilian bride was visiting San Diego for the summer. Fast forward six years and the couple is still going strong—and married! They celebrated their nuptials in casual elegance at Ponte Winery surrounded by amazing white florals and greenery by Isari Flower Studio. The couple even made their own (amazing) reclaimed wood photobooth backdrop a mere three weeks before the wedding. If their craftmanship is any indication of their capabilities as a team, Veronica and Kyle are the perfect match and we know your going to love the Kristine Marie Photography‘s gorgeous images of the duo on their big day!

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What made the wedding special and unique? 

The bride (me) being from Brazil and having my whole family and best friends coming from far away to be part of our day was already beyond special! To surprise all of the guests including my husband (with Brazilian dancers) performing and bringing everyone together on the dance floor was definitely a unique moment. A little taste of what a true Brazilian wedding feels like.

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Tell us about the gown and where/how you found it!

I’ve always been obsessed with clothes, shoes, and jewelry like most of the girls out there. But believe it or not during the whole wedding process that didn’t seem to be the focus for me. Maybe that worked on my favor to find “the dress”. Working in the interior design industry I was more focused on making sure the decor was on point and that everyone was going to have a good time. All I wanted was something that was going to be comfortable and also elegant.

I found my wedding gown at Mia Bella Couture in Del Mar. They carry most of the best bridal designers with plenty of options to fit any budget. My gown was by “Marisa” and it was fully customized; yes I redesigned the entire dress! I guess being creative is a blessing and a curse! But it was worth it! The dress turned out beautiful and also photographed amazing!

As a Brazilian, weddings mean no sitting down; it is “dance dance dance” all night long so I still wanted to make sure I was going to wear something comfortable for the dance party. That’s when I decided to look for a reception dress that would still have the “bridal” feel but with less layers. My second dress was a beautiful Grace & Hart gown that was shipped straight from Australia. Even though this wasn’t the main dress, I received so many compliments on it.

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What were some touches added to make the wedding personal? 

A few weeks prior to the wedding Kyle and I decided to build our own photobooth backdrop. I know it sounds crazy when you are only 3 weeks away from your wedding and you barely have time to sleep but it was worth it! We were posting on social media the whole process and our friends would call us crazy, asking what we were up to that we weren’t doing “wedding stuff”. We didn’t tell anyone what it was or what it was for, and didn’t post any photos it once we finished.

On the big day everyone was so surprised to see that the big herringbone wall was what we had been working on. We had Polaroids going around throughout the night, and that also added a special touch to the night.

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What was the most memorable part of the day? 

Every single minute is still running through my mind like a movie! Every moment, every detail was memorable, including the ceremony when I spotted Kyle. I also had Mom and Dad walk me down the aisle. But I don’t want to sound cheesy so I would say when the DJ announced the big surprise of the night and all the Brazilian dancers walked into the room with Brazilian samba and beat playing in the background! The look on Kyle’s and everyone’s faces was priceless! It was an amazing time and everyone loved it!

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Tell us how you met and became engaged.

We met by chance, in a little hippie cafe in Encinitas, CA. I was visiting one of my friends in San Diego, before returning back home to Brazil. This is where we first met. We spoke for a while over coffee. After the initial conversation, we parted ways, without exchanging numbers.

It could have been a lost opportunity at love. Luckily, we ran into each again around town during the summer. It must have been a sign. Finally, Kyle mustered the nerve to ask me for my phone number.

The two of us spoke on the phone several times before our first date. I was reluctant to start a relationship with someone, knowing that I was only in San Diego for the summer. Kyle was so fun and kind that I decided to give him a chance–and I’m so glad I did.

Our first date was amazing. We enjoyed a romantic dinner and a bottle of wine. We watched the sunset, and talked all night long. Before our first date had even ended, the two of us were already making plans for our second date. We spent all summer together getting to know each other. It was a summer romance that weathered all four seasons for about six years and counting.

Kyle proposed in January 2015 at his family’s cabin in Mammoth. We were surrounded by his family and my mom which made that moment even more special.

Photographer: Kristine Marie Photography // Wedding Coordinator: CBS Lifestylist // Florist: Isari Flower Studio, Tam Ashworth // Invitations: Oak and Orchid // Venue: Ponte Winery // Calligraphy: Studio Von Berg // Officiant: Brooks Dierker // Photo Booth: Flickwell // DJ & Lighting: DJ Rey Peña // Videographer: Black Shutter Media // Rentals: (lounge furniture, escort card display & dessert bar) Found Vintage Rentals // Ponte Rentals: (sweetheart table, chairs, linens & napkins) // Cake & Desserts: Michele Coulon Dessertier // Gelato: Bottega Italiana // Hair: Salon for Women // Makeup: Makeup by Kandice

 

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We love it when floral designers take the reigns and go a little wild and that’s exactly what happened in this shoot from the team at Plum Sage Flowers. Inspired by heirloom Polish pottery, the team created a lively and moody deign rich with greenery and illustrative details. The color palette of deep reds and soft sherbet is mesmerizing and the unique floral details like the custom floral necklace and the mix of traditional and atypical blooms in the arrangements are unexpected and cool. As for captureing the mood and beautfy perfectly, we have Steve Stanton Photography to thank. Enjoy!

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Florals & Design: Plum Sage Flowers // Photography: Steve Stanton Photography // Invitation Suite and Paper Goods: Lucky Onion // Venue: The Barn at Raccoon Creek // Hair & Makeup: All Dolled Up Colorado // Dress: Rue de Seine dress from A&Be Bridal Shop in Denver // Veil: Sara Gabriel veil from A&Be Bridal Shop Denver // Rentals: Event Rents

 

 

Ellen and Michael’s wedding day at Crooked Willow Farms in Colorado is bright, punchy and totally adorable. A bold red barn sets the scene and the celebration planned by Revel & Bloom  is rustic and speckled with colorful details. Out faves are the groomsmen in aqua gingham and giant bubblegum pink garden roses in the florals by Posies & PomsJenna Nicole Photography was the girl behind the lens and she absolutely captured the all the pure delight of this adorable couple and their big day.

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What made the wedding special and unique?

What made our wedding special and unique is how we were able to have a close friend be our officiant. We are Christian but couldn’t agree on which childhood pastor would do it. We asked ourselves why not have someone who knows us both personally and loves the Lord do it? We felt that the ceremony ended up being extremely personal and exactly what we wanted.

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Tell us about the gown and where/how you found it!

The gown I wore is from Atlas Bridal in Toledo. I hadn’t even heard of it until my cousin told me to look there after she had purchased hers there. My stylist was great and pulled dresses that were all beautiful. My mom and my grandma went with me thinking it would be a trip lasting a couple hours. The dress I picked was the fourth dress I tried on and stopped there. It was perfect.

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What were some touches added to make the wedding personal?

Some of the touches we put on our wedding really made it personal. One was that my grandparents were the flower girls and ring bearers. I wanted them to have a part in our wedding and they loved it. Another touch was the cake. My mom and my aunt made it and it was beautiful. They worked in their parents bakery growing up, so they had a lot of experience.

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What was the most memorable part of the day?

The most memorable part of the day was saying our own vows to each other. Michael and I wrote our own, so it was extremely special and personal.

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Tell us how you met and became engaged.

Michael and I met freshman year of college at the new student retreat that happens the second week of school. We met on the sand volleyball courts and a few days later discovered we were in the same American History class. We started dating in December of 2012 and got engaged the summer of 2015. I was living in Ohio that summer and Michael was still in Colorado and I flew back to go to a few weddings. On the trip to Aspen from Denver we had stopped to use the bathroom and Michael ended up throwing up! I thought that he was sick and that the whole trip I would be taking care of him. He said it was just because he had too much caffeine. Luckily, I found out later that it was just because he was nervous. After that little stop we stopped at this little camp ground we went to before. We hiked a little to this place called the Grottos. The Grottos has huge boulders with a beautiful waterfall. Michael got on one knee and popped the question. It was absolutely perfect.

Photography: Jenna Nicole Photography // Wedding Planning: Revel & Bloom // Floral Design: Posies & Poms // Venue: Crooked Willow Farms // Hair & Makeup: Jane Taylor

 

Rebecca and Brett’s wedding day saw one of the worst rain storms in the Los Angeles El Nino season, with torrential downpours all morning and through the afternoon, but luckily the sun came out just in time for the ceremony and the lush grounds of The 1909 in Topanga Canyon sparkled. Even more gorgeous, however, are the rich colors in the handmade, artisan details. The bride, a designer, took to Instagram to find up-and-coming vendors with unique and artistic points of view like florist Pigsty and stationer Fabulous Fancy Pants. Complimented by perfectly executed DIY details and stunning photographs by Christine Donee this one is sure to delight.

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from the bride: From the beginning, not only was look important – but substance. As a designer, I took great care to ensure that each and every detail was carefully thought out, curated, and crafted. Given our long history dating back to the age of 6, Brett and I wanted to make the day feel intimate and charming, with meaningful details that told our story and the story of our families.  After all, we recognized this day wasn’t just about us, it was about our families and loved ones too. Given the fact that we were on a limited budget, many of our details were either handmade or found over the course of our year+ long engagement.

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In my daily career, I have a particular passion for supporting small business,  as I firmly believe that craft and the human touch creates a distinct beauty simply cannot be recreated en masse. Therefore,  we sought to support small businesses and artisans for our wedding, and got to draw from some of the amazing talent that resides in Southern California. I took to Instagram to find vendors that had a unique and artistic point of view. This also helped us find a number of up-and-coming vendors which helped keep costs down and quality high.

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A few of the details created for the day, either by me or by loved ones:

Handmade macramé made by friend and rug/macramé extraordinaire, Karen Flitterman. Karen also created the macrame & green overhead installation during the reception. This was particularly fun, because this macramé piece is technically a baby bassinet. Brett and I had just let our family know the day prior that we are expecting a baby in October, so this macramé piece was not just a beautiful ceiling piece dripping with greens, but also a tongue-in-cheek innuendo about the news to come.

The veil, bridesmaids’ bouquets & tertiary floral arrangements, hand-dyed flour sack napkins, invitations (calligraphy and illustrations), hand-dyed place cards, menus, table numbers, flower toss cones (fashioned from aged pages of a French love story) were all made by me.

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Guest favors of homemade jam were made by my mother who used the fruit of the citrus trees planted by Brett’s father and late mother at the family home.

Leave a wish/Take a wish: To encourage guests to leave “wishes” we created a give/take jar. Guests left wishes and also grabbed beautiful quotes from Pablo Neruda, E.E. Cummings, and Goethe to name a few.

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Other details:

Our wedding day saw one of the worst rain storms in the Los Angeles El Nino season, with torrential downpours all morning and through the afternoon. My dear friend (and planner) Bergen bought a bottle of Jameson as she drove to the venue and buried it upside down (southern folklore says that if you bury a bottle of whiskey at the site where the bride and groom are to be married it won’t rain on their wedding day). We crossed our fingers and prayed. The entire day had to be switched around last minute, swapping out cocktail hour with the ceremony and bringing the reception indoors. Luckily, the sun came out just in time for the ceremony and the lush grounds seemed to sparkle after the rain.

We were married by my oldest brother Tom and I was walked down the aisle by my other other two half brothers, Bob and John. This was a really poignant moment for us as a family as I spent the larger part of my adult life trying to find my brothers (we share the same father). I found them 6 years ago and it was a dream to have them be with me on the most incredible day in our lives.

My mother and Brett’s father gave readings during the ceremony; Brett’s father gave an unintentionally hilarious and mildly explicit reading from Captain Corelli’s Mandolin after Brett accidentally printed out the “unedited” version.

Brett and I wrote the ceremony and vows ourselves. My vows contained excerpts from my childhood diary detailing all the awful things I thought about Brett. But to make up for it, I presented him with a book during the ceremony that contained a list of all the things I love about him. I had been writing that list for 6 months leading up to our wedding.

To compliment the heirloom engagement ring from Brett’s family, I was married with my beloved grandmother’s wedding ring.

Our nephew served as ring bearer and rode down on a vintage style fire truck (a nod to my two older brothers who are both fire chiefs).

Photography: Christine Donee // Event Coordination: MB Emerald Events // Flowers: Pigsty // Paper (Invitations & Place Cards): Fabulous Fancy Pants // Venue: The 1909, Topanga Canyon // Calligraphy: Bride // Cake: Superfine Bakery // 1st Dress: Pallas Couture / Still White  // 2nd Dress: Theia / BHLDN // Shoes: Valentino // Groom’s Suit: Custom DTLA // Bridesmaids: Various // Groomsmen: Custom DTLA // Bowties & Pocket Squares: H&M // Macrame: Karen Flitterman // Music: Young Hearts // Catering: Hungry Bear // Doughnuts: SK Doughnuts // Vintage Glassware: Otis & Pearl // Ribbon: Frou Frou Chic

photography @christinedonee // event coordination @mbemeraldevents // flowers @pigsty__ // paper @fabulousfancypants // venue @the.1909

calligraphy @rminteriorstyle // cake ig@superfinebakery // 1st dress @pallascouture / @stillwhite // 2nd dress @theiacouture // music @ynghrts // catering hungry bear @hungrybearcatering // vintage glassware @otisandpearl // ribbon @froufrouchic

 

Bride Katie, a journalist, has traveled the world chasing stories and residing in places like Abu Dhabi with her groom Ben. But when it came time to plan their wedding, the couple sought the comforts of home—Katie’s parents’ home of St. Michaels, Maryland to be exact. The couple spent many a weekend in the quaint Eastern Shore town while living in D.C., and knew it would provide the perfect backdrop for the elegant yet relaxed celebration they enlisted Kari Rider Events to help them plan. As a nod to the maritime culture of St. Michaels, the team including florist Seaberry Farm, contrasted brilliant whites with hints of dusty blue and gold to create a scene that perfectly complemented the venue’s coastal vibe. Photographer Perry Vaile worked her fine art magic capturing all the beautiful details and scenes of the day, including some stunning bride and groom portraits in between rain showers.

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Photography: Perry Vaile  // Planning & Design: Kari Rider Events // Florist: Seaberry Farm // Invitation: Cara Smith Designs // Venue: Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum // Day-of Stationery: Stima Designs // Calligraphy: Surcee Calligraphy // Bride’s Dress: Modern Trousseau from Hitched Salon // Bridesmaid Dresses: Amsale // Hair & Makeup: Heather’s Salon // Band: Marquise // Fine Wine & Spirits: Hair O’ The Dog // Linens: La Tavola Fine Linen Rental // Tent & Rentals: Peachblossoms Events