Citrus, succulents, and style — what else could you want from a modern wedding? This geometric wedding editorial was full of amazing design quirks that are just so now, from the hexagonal altar decorated with gorgeous flowers from The Flower Story Co to the flamingo pinks and bright oranges of the citrus color scheme that helped the geometrical design elements really pop. The models (real couple) wore more pared-back, but equally stunning outfits, with the bride rocking a simple and gorgeous bridal gown that gave us Meghan Markle vibes.
The best part? The staged scene turned into a surprise proposal when the male model popped the question and she said "Yes". Check out the FULL GALLERY from OANA FOTO to see every sweet moment of this citrus-inspired celebration that’s perfect for the modern bride!
From the Photographer... "This styled shoot was inspired by Southern California living. Relaxed, both modern and historic, with bright, bold citrus tones and elements found in the region. With The 1912 venue, managed by 24 Carrots, as the foundation of the design providing its always on trend loft vibe, and a dream vendor team made up of some of the best that Orange County has to offer, the result was a perfect stage for this proposal." — Oana Sweeney, OANA FOTO.
Photography: OANA FOTO | Venue: The 1912 | Event Planning: Simon Says Design | Floral: The Flower Story Co | Stationery: Smitten on Paper | Videography: Firelight Production | Wedding Cake: Kylle Rae Cakes | Rentals: Sundrop Vintage | Linens: Wildflower Linens | Makeup: Erica Kawai | Tableware: Cherished Rentals | Accessories: The Tangled Vine | Wedding Dress: Badgley Mischka | Engagement Ring: Happy Jewlers | Submitted via: Matchology