Petals & Prosecco at Rancho Valencia

Editorial, Weddings

Mar 4

Where romance meets Mediterranean was the inspiration for our Petals & Prosecco shoot nestled on 45 acres of lush gardens and olive groves at Rancho Valencia Resort & Spa. 

We pulled inspirations from iconic Mediterranean fetes to create a elegant, bright and blush color palette. Oak & Amble Floral Design brought the romance with a bounty of lush blooms in soft hues. Her asymmetrical arched design perfectly framed the space for an intimate ceremony. 

I love this charming lounge by New + Nostalgic. Their modern and vintage rentals pair perfectly with any wedding day.

The evening’s motto, “All of Me Loves, All of You” adorned a custom seating chart that was equal parts clean and feminine designed by Something Lettered & New + Nostalgic. 

The reception was opulent with a mix of velvet draped and handcrafted farm tables. Borrow + Bash effortlessly mixed modern and traditional touches to create a swoon-worthy tablescape. Something Lettered infused the timeless tradition of hand calligraphy into her stunning custom made paper goods.  

Youthful, understated and effortless beauty were the inspiration for the bridal look. Grace Loves Lace provided their Poppy gown with rose lace, a full flirty skirt and eyelash trim neckline while KG Hair & Makeup finished the look with soft waves and a radiant newlywed glow. The groom’s cream suit and taupe tie were elegant and refined provided by Friar Tux. 

Lila Cakeshop inspired by the impressionism movement of the 19th century, created her own masterpiece of floral & flour magnitude. 

Seen on Southern California Bride


Photographer | @kristinayorksphoto

Planner | @jilliannicoleevents

Venue | @ranchovalencia

Rentals | @newandnostalgic

Calligrapher | @something.lettered

Cake | @lila.cakeshop

Florist | @oak_amble

Tabletop Decor | @borrowandbash

Models | @kaylalynee & @jjrif

HAMU | @kg.hairandmakeup

Dress | @grace_loves_lace

Tux | @friartux

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