Rachel + Dustin know a thing or two about throwing a bright, modern, big family dinner party wedding, which isn’t surprising if you know Rachel through her thoughtful, crafty blog, Heart of Light. Using lots of movement, turquoise, coral and yellow, they were able to incorporate some of Dustin’s Mexican heritage without going too literal and making it look themed. Modern invitations, the prettiest paper flowers, an incredible streamer backdrop, terrarium centerpieces, and a gourmet food truck – sounds amazing, looks amazing, and I’m so excited to share it with you! If you are a DIY bride and looking for an stunning but affordable Los Angeles wedding venue then I suggest you take a look at George C. Goehller Alumni House as well as some of these posts from the brides blog about planning a Los Angeles wedding.
Sometime I have to pinch myself – I feel so fortunate that out of literally hundreds of Los Angeles wedding photographers they chose me to share their day with them, and trusted me to capture those natural moments perfectly. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you!! So grateful to work with such lovely people and I will continue to try and be one of the best Los Angeles wedding photographers my clients can find! Big thanks to the girls at 100 Layer Cake for featuring my work again! See more photos here from this affordable Los Angeles wedding venue.
If you would like to see more photos or learn how Rachel created some of these amazing details for her Los Angeles wedding please swing over to 100 Layer Cake - there’s more ‘Los Angeles colorfully crafted wedding photography‘ to get inspiration from as well as a DIY tutorial on how to make a similar ‘festive streamer backdrop‘.
Photography: Fresh in Love / Venue: George C. Goehller Alumni House at Cal State Fullerton / Wedding planners: Love and Splendor / Catering: Border Grill Truck / DJ: PropsFX / Photobooth: Red Cheese / Bartender: Party Staff / Rentals: Create a Party / Bride’s dress: Saja / Groom’s suit: N. Hollywood