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Zara and Bryan - Creative Elements

The fun, yet sometimes challenging aspect of working in a "destination" location is learning to capture the vision of the day and fullfill all the clients dreams via email. Working with Zara was my perfect example of that. She had contacted me a few weeks before having the baby and gave me a brief description on the succulent element she would like in the mix as well as my favorite Yosemite touch, Thistle and brighter contrast of green cymbidium orchids and then a touch of pink which I chose Ranunculus. This has been the most difficult bouquet I've made to date but I couldn't be happier with this unusual combination. I know describe this as my "creative elements."

They planned a small intimate wedding at The Ahwahnee with a reception to take place in the Mural Room. Knowing I'm working with The Staffords is always exciting and I can never wait to see their gorgeous photos. This couple had soooo much love and passion all over these images I'm sure they had a field day narrowing them down for their blog. To see the full gallery please click here
Photography - Johnny Stafford Photography
Ceremony and Reception - The Ahwahnee Hotel
Hair and Makeup - Bellissimo Brides


Johnny & Cindy Stafford said...

The bouquet was gorgeous Natalie!

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