Classic weddings are my kryptonite. I adore their timeless style and swoon over their sentimental details. So if you happen to be a planning a wedding where tradition reigns supreme, this shoot beautifully captured by Patrick Moyer and designed by Armando Martinez of Alegria By Design will have you jumping for joy. It’s ridiculously perfect from start to finish, and you can see even more here.
From Armando Martinez For Alegria By Design …Our location and inspiration for this year’s “Spring Bride” shoot was the historic Santa Barbara Club. Formally established in 1892, it is the oldest Club in Santa Barbara and is believed to be the oldest social Club between San Francisco and Los Angeles. The two-story Edwardian clubhouse build in 1904 with its rich history and tradition offered the perfect backdrop to this year’s shoot, a nod to the neo-preppy.
For our girl it’s all about family, tradition and of course grandmother’s silver or perhaps an updated engagement ring crafted from a family heirloom. She always looks back for inspiration but is sure of her choices, stepping confidently towards the future. The updated classic is definitive, her signature look.
Photography: Patrick Moyer | Floral Design: Anna Le Pley Taylor | Cake: Solvang Bakery | Stationery: Honey Paper | Jewelry: Bryant & Sons Jewelers | Hair: Brianna Stewart | Calligraphy: Leslee Sipress | China & Silverware: Santa Barbara Wedding Style | Cigar Bar: Cigar Empire | Custom Gown: Veronique Coleccion | Fur & Dress Two: The White Peacock | Horse: White Horse Carriage Co. | Location: Santa Barbara Club | Makeup: Tomiko Taft | Models : Hello Gorgeous Models | Planning & Art Direction: Armando Martinez For Alegria By Design | Rentals: Classic Party Rentals | Shoes & Accessories : Saks 5th Avenue | Tasting Bar: Cutler’s Artisan Spirits | Tuxedos : Mission Tuxedo