Friday, December 11, 2009

San Ysidro Ranch Wedding

If you are in need of any inspiration, please indulge yourself and check out a luscious wedding on SMP today that I had the privilege of working on. Alexandra Kolendrianos coordinated this intimate wedding and images are by Jessica Claire.
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WEDDING PLANNER – Alexandra Kolendrianos / FLORIST – Flowerwild (Kate Holt) / PHOTOGRAPHER – Jessica Claire / HAIR – Sheila Stone / MAKEUP – Stacey Craven / LIGHTING – Bella Vista Designs / VIDEOGRAPHER – Living Cinema / RENTALS – Classic Party Rentals / DRESS – Elizabeth Fillmore (“Odine” Dress) / CAKE – Christine Dahl / INVITATIONS – Tracy Lazaro / VENUE – San Ysidro Ranch / ENTERTAINMENT – Santa Barbara String Quartet / OFFICIANT – Reverend Richard Tobin / LINENS – La Tavola Linens


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