I am so proud of this editorial. It was a vision that had been bouncing around in my head for quite some time and I’m so happy with the results. Just goes to show that when the best vendors are involved then the results are nothing short of exquisite. The Lombardi House in the heart of Hollywood is a hidden gem and the perfect backdrop for any style of event be it modern or traditional. The moment you step through the gates you are transported to a romantic hideaway and the fact that you are just a few feet away from Hollywood’s attractions is forgotten.
I just love this combination of unexpected colors. Pops of yellow paired with more muted blush, mauve and lavender and a hint of rusty orange creates a whimsical spring and summer palette. When I am putting together a design board for myself or clients I tend to use 5 to up to sometimes 10 colors to create a rich, complicated and exciting palette. There are a whole range of hues within one color story that can make your wedding decor that much more unique and personal. The flowers available in Spring too are some of the most enchanting varieties and only available for a small window of time. The butterfly ranunculus and fritillaria creating this wonderful movement and texture that is simply breathtaking.
J. Lee Photos light and airy film photography is the perfect way to showcase this ethereal space and design. She captured every detail so magically. Head over to Style Me Pretty to see even more details from this amazing blush, yellow, mauve and lavender modern garden-inspired wedding editorial!