Lauren and Ales eloped in Philly on one of the nicest late-fall days of the year.
Ending an engagement shoot with some of the best sushi (and by “some of” I mean “yeah, it was the best, but I’m trying to be cool”) in the country is never a bad idea. Thank you both so much for the experience – we’re excited for your wedding at Blue Hill next year.East Village, New York City. Kura Sushi.
Windswept and subtly rebellious, our recent San Francisco editorial shoot was inspired by the spirit of the modern West Coast elopement. Simple, subtle, beautiful, and intimate.
Fully believing that the way you begin your morning influences your the rest of your day, we began the shoot in a beautiful Outer Sunset home recently renovated by our friends at The Field Theory. We encourage all of our couples to think outside the box when it comes to getting ready; you and your wedding are unique, so let’s start off the day somewhere amazing.
Our couple then adventured through the streets of San Francisco to their ceremony and reception at Rodeo Beach, in Marin County. A simple piece of aubergine silk strung over weathered beach driftwood served as the backdrop for their beach ceremony.
Sammy Go of Lambert Floral Studio created amazingly beautiful and wild pieces for our bride and their reception table, while Jennine Jacob from Mrs. Peasy provided the table setting and styling.
Shoot Concept: Claire Hudson
Florals: Lambert Floral Studio
Suit Jacket: J.Crew
Rentals and Table Styling: Mrs. Peasy
Hair and Make-Up: Angela
So much love to everyone involved in pulling this together.
Outer Sunset and Marin Headlands, San Francisco. California.
Brooklyn: never a bad choice. Chelsea and Alex’s style was matched perfectly with the art deco vibe of 501 Union. Claire and I were super happy to have played a small role in their day, here’s a small window into what we experienced together.
501 Union. Brooklyn, New York.