Weddings are all about starting with a solid foundation and building a future. And there’s no better location for an inspirational shoot than one grounded in a cherished history. This styled shoot at the Santa Barbara Historical Museum embraces warm natural tones with modest style for a simple, but sophisticated look. An invitation suite with a delicate design is the ideal prelude for this scene.
An abundant offering of greenery and assorted white flowers, along with bright place settings and a textured fabric runner, complete the table.
A clean white cake and a fair-haired bride in not one, but two flowing dresses, bring the brilliance, creating history anew in a venue that honors the aged.
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Photography: Steven Leyva Photography Venue: Santa Barbara Historical Museum Coordination & Design : Rae & Moore | Cassidy Rios & Nina Moore Floral design: Knot Just Flowers | Sharon Lopez Rentals : Ventura Rentals | Amanda, Georgia, & Heidi Hair & makeup: Blushing Beauty | Jenny Almazan Dresses: Anthropologie Model: Heaven Stationery: Bella Figura Calligraphy: Elizabeth Hardin