When Palm Springs cool is invaded by the British, and Viera Photographics is there with their well seasoned cameras, it’s a good day. It’s a super fun, dance in your seat, laugh with the adorable couple kind of day. My little blogger booty has been dancing away in my chair since I laid eyes on that gorgeous bride and it’s boogying straight into the gallery for the kind of dance party that can only be brought on by a wedding so fantastic. Click here to join me!
From the photographer … Georgia and Drew’s wedding was very unique with a combination of British invasion meets retro Palm Springs, and large balloons, a tandem bike, blowup pink flamingos, and a pineapple themed wedding cake. Since Georgia and Drew grew up in different countries (US and UK), it meant a lot to have friends and family fly across from all over the world to watch them exchange vows and celebrate together.
From the lovely bride … The fact that it was the coming together of our most special people from the US and the UK and everyone has made amazing effort to travel for a small event is really mind blowing – so savoring that time together that might never happen again and make all the introductions seemed special.
The decor and materials are really all handmade by us or vintage – Eames chairs, watercolor signs, retro patterns for all the menus and programs, ’50s postcard custom tote bags, personalized favor candy, etc.
The cake was not traditional – it was a giant pineapple as this was our motif on our invites, it historically represents Anglo-American friendship and hospitality, so it seemed apt.
Photography: Viera Photographics | Venue: The Cielo Estate | Hair and Make-up: Jamie-Lyn Anderson | Officiant: Minister Marie Burns Holzer | Catering: Soho Gourmet Tacos & Chef Tony Thomas | Cake: Roman Blas | Dress: Paula Stanton | Suit: MV10 in Seoul | Bowtie: Cor Sine Labe Doli in Firenze