Fashion Forward: Ship WreckedWords by Courtney Kellar
Photos courtesy of Elizabeth Messina
If you are a classic bride with a unique style, you may have just sailed into your dream wedding. This couple may be Ship Wrecked, but the only thing that they are worried about is each other. The couple stuns in classic pieces with their own personal flair. The bride pairs her gorgeous gown with multiple layered necklaces for a trendy feel, whereas the groom is classic, yet casual in a button up and vest. Like what you see? See the list below of the fabulous vendors who put this together for Destination I Do! This article originally ran in the Spring 2012 issue of Destination I Do. Want to get your hands on the real thing? Order yours here!
Vendors: Photography by: Elizabeth Messina, Venue: Santa Barbara Historical Museum, Event Design & Coordination: Canvas and Canopy Events, Fashion Styling: Stylish Silhouette & Canvas and Canopy Events, Floral Design: La Partie Events, Calligraphy: Laura Hooper Caligraphy, Cake & Desserts: Sweet and Saucy Shop, Props & Rentals: OC Prop Girl, Urban Barn & Classic Party Rentals, Bride’s Wardrobe: Gowns by Vera Wang & Courtesy of Bliss Bride, Hair & Makeup by: Fiore Beauty, Bridal Headpieces: Lo Boheme. Special thanks to: Leila Khalil with Be Inspired PR.
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