I had been anticipating Kristeen and Josh’s wedding for months and months. At our Coffee Bean consultation, we excitedly threw out ideas that included smooth white river stones, sandblasted manzanita, crystals galore, papery white phaleonopsis offset by waxy green cymbidiums-by the end of the meeting we were both gushing over our plans. Their Marvimon wedding was shot by my talented wedding photographer and good friend, Trista Lerit. Trista’s work is always creative, moody, and just plain beautiful. She always gets fantistic pics of all the floral details, which I of course appreciate- thanks Trista! See her blog for the rest of the images. Kelly Demaray orchestrated this detailed wedding beautifully, and couldn’t have been sweeter during the whole process.
Many props to my wonderful day-of assistants, Marci and Ako, for hauling box after box of rocks, climbing that 10 foot ladder when I was too afraid (I have a fear of heights!), and just hustling nonstop for 4 hours straight to make sure everything looked picture perfect. They work so hard, and always have smiles on their faces!
Without further ado, Kristeen and Josh’s wedding, as captured by Trista Lerit Photography:
The bridal bouquet was an ethereal “two hander” filled with roses, ranunculus, tulips, stephanotis, phaleonopsis, and soft white feathers. The bridesmaids carried white and green blooms with black feather accents. Their dresses were so elegant!
Kristeen and Josh- you are a beautiful couple and I loved working with you! Have a blessed marriage!