Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Pre-Wedding Shoot w/ Lane Dittoe Fine Art Photography

The shoot I'm sharing today doesn't need any introduction other than it's another Lane Dittoe Fine Art Photography beauty and I was super lucky to be a part of it. The man is incredible and these photos are breathtaking. They were originally featured on The Wedding Chicks, which is always an amazing treat. Love those ladies and the way they support the wedding community. We are all lucky for the work they do. So with that, enjoy the photos!

The flowers used were Gardenia Blush peonies, Christmas Morning Gift (what a mouthful) amaryllis, Libretto parrot tulips, locally foraged garden roses, dark pink Rosea Astrantia, and dusty miller. I tied it with a green raw silk ribbon that was beautiful and muted before it got wet and turned electric (whoops, lesson learned - check what happens to your ribbon when it gets wet, before completely submerging it.) I then finished it off with a crocheted white ribbon.

This shoot was full of wonderful vendors which I listed below. I especially was a fan of the Lindee Daniel dress. So dreamy and soft. Everything really just worked perfectly together. Lane did a great job of coordinating all of us and his eye for detail shows.

So, I'm off to prep for my biggest wedding yet, coming up this Saturday. I did a post on this bride's samples that you can read here. 27 of those centerpieces, 7 bridesmaids, ceremony set-up, cocktail hour, etc. You get my point... ;-) Wish me luck!! See you on the other side with a post on one of my June weddings. xoxo

Vendor Credits

Photographery & Event Designer: Lane Dittoe Fine Art Photography
Makeup & Hair: 1011 Hair and Makeup
Flowers: Oak & the Owl
Prop/Furniture Rentals: Found Vintage Rentals
Cake: Erica O’Brien cakes
Dress Designer: Lindee Daniel
Shoe Designer: Gucci
Stationery: Mr. Boddington’s Studio
pro photo irvine: film processing
Dress from The Lovely Bride | Los Angeles
Loungerie Plum Pretty Sugar


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    1. Thank you so much! It's one of my favorites as well. So simple and will easily last through an entire event. :-)