Oh this family has my heart, and little Lola Jo is about the sweetest thing in the world. But real quick, can we talk about that balloon and the fringe? Ya, Jenna…it was so worth it. I love me some Wolfy’s!
Adam and I have been dreaming up this lifestyle blog for a while now and I’m really excited to say that it’s finally alive! We’ll be sharing the bulk of wedding planning over there, our travel posts, new recipes, style and home renovation/decor posts, and whatever else comes to mind.
I would love it if you followed along!
and follow us on Instagram @bravwel
Beautiful logo by my dear friend Ala
Shelby and I were getting to be pretty good pen pals (modern email version of course) so when she told me she was planning a trip out to California from Florida and wanted to do a session with me I was thrilled. I love how social media brings people together. Thank you for letting me document your sweet love!
Oh man, this gorgeous wedding. I’ve been waiting to share this one for almost a year now and the day is finally here! Tara and Ryan said “I do” at the breathtaking Sunstone Winery in Santa Ynez last summer and it was, without a doubt, one of the most beautiful weddings I’ve ever seen. Linsey and her team from Lux Events and Design knocked it out of the park with this one and the florals from Paradise Florist were just so dreamy and perfect. The personal touches from this day, the venue, the couple, the party, it was all just so good. A giant thank you to my second shooter Jordana Hazel, couldn’t have done this one without her.
A BIG thanks to Style Me Pretty for featuring this one. Head over there to read more about the day.
For now, sit back, grab your second cup of coffee and enjoy because this is a big one.
Lauren and Nicks wedding was everything a wedding day should be. Honestly, I don’t know if I’ve ever seen so many smiles on peoples faces, so much laughter, and so much love all in one room. Their ceremony was held at Shakespeare Garden in the Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. The ceremony space is like walking into a secret garden, with a huge tree that looks like it’s from the south, moss hanging off of every limb, and the beautiful brick filled alter space that the couple says their “I do’s” on. It really is a magical little spot in the grand park. After the ceremony guests walked to De Young Museum for the reception. The museum space has 360 glass windows showing off gorgeous views of San Francisco and is really something to see. Lauren changed into a saucy little number for the reception and I loved that she did! Dancing ensued all night long at the museum and once Adam and I were done shooting we walked back to our perfect little air bnb apartment. Man I love SF. (cough cough, more SF weddings, please)