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Santa Barbara Chic Wedding :: Beach and Barn

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October 23rd, 2014

Julie and Paul's wedding was recently featured in The Knot Magazine and excited to finally share their photos. Everything was designed, planned and coordinated by the Sterling Social team, who I love working with. From the ceremony on a bluff, overlooking the ocean, to a gorgeous cocktail hour on the beach with a couple bars set up, a meat and cheese station to a raw bar, then finishing it off in the old barn at Dos Pueblos. Stunning event with catering by Contemporary Catering.

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October 23rd, 2014 10:51am

Beautiful wedding! Really a good success. Pictures are also so beautiful!

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Kelly + Niall :: A Rustic Ranch Wedding

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March 26th, 2013

Kelly and Niall were one of those couples I met with and there was just Chemistry right off the bat. Niall is originally from Ireland and Kelly is from London. Both are so stylish, have a ton of fun together and the entire wedding day was filled with laughter. I absolutely loved being a part of this wedding and hope you love the photos!

Here's Kelly's thoughts on what she loves about Niall, "We both have very similar child like personalities, we love to joke around and have fun. Niall is always making me laugh and I have never had anyone who has believed in me so much. As soon as anyone meets Niall they fall in love with him instantly, he has the most amazing magnetic energy, that when people meet him they cannot get enough."

"I have always loved everything vintage and wanted the wedding to feel dreamy, romantic and fun. Everyone laughed at me as I had  buzz words to give people a feel of what we wanted. The main word being "whimsical". I didn't want the wedding to look too bridal or for everything to match or only have two colors only though out the decor. Thats just not Niall and myself. We both are very eclectic and wanted that reflected in the wedding. I found a new love of crafting and made loads of little handmade touches here and there, including ribbon bell bracellets for people to giggle when we tied the knot. Most of the vintage glass bottles were my own that friends and myself had collected at flea markets. But honestly I couldn't of done any of this without our event designer Tricia she managed to take my vision, pull it all together and make it even better than I could of ever managed!!!" - Kelly.

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Nicole
March 26th, 2013 11:09am

WOW! Love everything, especially that dress! Beautiful!

March 26th, 2013 11:09am

Braedon this is one of my favorite shoots of yours. beautiful!

March 26th, 2013 11:09am

I stumbled upon these photos a while back through the Cana Family Blog and absolutely fell in love with the beauty and love sewn throughout each image. Such captiviating images!


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Katelyn + Eric :: Santa Barbara Ranch Wedding

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May 29th, 2012

I absolutely loved being a part of Katelyn and Eric's wedding in Santa Barbara. They're a couple you can just tell that were meant to be together. So sweet and their friends and bridal party were a blast to be with. Hope you love their photos like I do! You can find more photos and some stories from the couple over on Grey Likes Weddings by clicking HERE.

Ok. Hands down the cutest flower girl and ring bearer I've ever seen.

Enjoy Cupcakes always has the most incredible desert set ups. They have a few different airstream trailers they usually bring along and their deserts taste amazing too! Love when I see them on the vendor list!!

I brought out one of my Holgas at the reception for a few fun photos!

Vendors:

Venue: Dos Pueblos Ranch  Wedding Dress: Priscilla of Boston   Hair: Kim Lambert (712) 490-3717   Shoes: Seychelles Bridesmaids Dresses: all different    Hairpiece: Priscilla of Boston  Groom Suit: JCrew  Photography: Braedon Flynn   Cinematography: Smark Mark   Event Design: Tricia Fountaine   Wedding Coordinator: Simply Natural Events   Floral Design: Tricia Fountaine  Invitation Design: Eric Schulz, the Groom!   Cake/Cupcakes: Enjoy Cupcakes   Music: Icy Hot Club     Catering: Command Performance

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