FRENCH PROVINCIAL || VISTA, CALIFORNIA

VISTA VALLEY COUNTRY CLUB || VISTA, CALIFORNIA

AS SEEN ON MUNALUCHI BRIDAL MAGAZINE

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VENUE: VISTA VALLEY COUNTRY CLUB | EVENT COORDINATOR: I LOVE YOU MORE EVENTS | FLORAL DESIGNER: INTENTIONAL BLOOMS | DESIGNER OF WEDDING DRESS: CLAIRE PETTIBONE |  HAIR: HAIROLOGY 1121 | MAKE-UP ARTIST: ALEXIS NICHOLAS  | PAPER: MICHELLE RENEE CALLIGRAPHY | RENTALS: ADORE FOLKLORE & THE CHIAVARI GUYS | RING BOX: THE MRS. BOX | FILM LAB: GOODMAN FILM LAB

Today’s editorial’s inspiration transports you into the tranquil Valley of Vista, California’s hidden gem. Surrounded by glorious mountains, lavish rolling hills invites you into an environment conveying such timeless romance with historical descriptions guaranteed to leave you feeling inspired…

 From the composed sounds of flowing fountains paired with climbing ivy emerging among the rooftops you can guarantee on clear nights stars are pinned on velvet skies above while the area boasts the most spectacular views. 

Among the brimming shrubbery of boxwood hedges intimately rested an inviting table scape inside of the Venue’s foyer fit for a regal gathering paired with trickling tapers, an extravagant fern runner, assorted blooms of Garden Roses, Clooney & Spirea, to handwritten cloth menus that draped ever so slightly over the table welcoming guests with timeless elegance. The color palette is simple—but elegantly inspired by the Venue’s natural stone, hues of blush, and subtle hints of French blue. 

 The old world venue harmonized beautifully from the creative art direction of Bree Hueners of I Love You More Events, which could not have paired more elegantly to a French provincial touch. 

Taken from the words the French painter, Claude Monet once spoke “I must have flowers, always, and always” from the spirited Tulips to the gallant Ranunculus, florist Holy Bath of Intentional Blooms created a masterwork of floral flawlessness from blossoms afloat in water, breathtaking centerpieces and a Ceremonial backdrop on the French doors that would leave the French painter himself inspired to paint. Even the calligraphy showcased a tribute to the Renaissance by Michelle Renee Calligraphy painted an oil abstract piece, inscribed authentic French wording on custom velum that were taken from the passages of The Song of Solomon made this suite so exceptional. 

Claire Pettiebone’s Merlot gown with delicate sheath silhouette with a hint of vintage added to this story. Her hair and makeup is ethereal and natural—soft waves and fine art inspired by Regas Haston & Alexis Nicholas. Accessorized beautifully in Diamonds & Pearls courtesy of Petals & Stones while fitted in soft blue Bella Belle Shoes. Our Groom looking debonair in his tailored Suit on behalf of Friar Tux honoring tones of Navy Blue. 

The most delectable looking geometric white cake from Peggy Liao, topped with striking sugar flowers beckoned our affinity with florals, in soft shades of peach, ivory and a pop of red.

With its European exterior and beautiful grounds this romantic editorial was perfect place for this elegant Spring wedding inspiration in its pretty palette of natural tones.

 

 

 

Ashley KekuvaComment