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I wanted to share this gorgeous wedding shot by none other than Jessica Claire before we head out for the weekend. Carly and David’s nuptials are beautiful from beginning to end! See more from this wedding on Jessica’s blog.

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Natural History Museum Wedding

Romantic Weddings

What really strikes me about this gorgeous wedding shot by Annie McElwain Photography is that it not only happens to be at one of our favorite types of indoor venues, but it also made us jealous of the guests who attended and were pampered with a French press coffee bar for guests to take home as favors. Since the wedding was at the Museum of Natural History, kids were taken to the Discovery Center to play at their learning stations during the reception. Not to mention, of course, Jessica’s stunning one shoulder lace wedding gown by Ulla-Maija Couture.


Natural History Museum wedding in Los Angeles
Natural History Museum wedding in Los Angeles
Natural History Museum wedding in Los Angeles
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Natural History Museum wedding in Los Angeles
Natural History Museum wedding in Los Angeles

Natural History Museum wedding in Los Angeles

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Jessica and Adam got married at the LA Natural History museum, which is a fun, quirky venue, not unlike Jessica and Adam themselves. They had a touching ceremony where they wrote a list of expectations and promises for each other instead of traditional vows. Adam and Jessica are both in the architectural field and they created a map of the museum as well as a seating chart that looked like professional blueprints so their guests would know where to go. They had the Paella Project cater with family-style paella. Since they love coffee, they provided French presses full of coffee to their guests as the party went late into the night with the most rambunctious hora I’ve ever witnessed! They took care of the children at their wedding by providing the Discovery center with learning stations for the kids to play in during the reception, so the parents could enjoy themselves downstairs.

Wedding Venue and Vendors (Los Angeles, CA):

Venue: The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles / Photographer: Annie McElwain Photography / Event Coordinator (day of): Angelica Weihs Events / Makeup: Rebecca White of Rock Paper Salon / Wedding Chuppah: DIY / Hair: Amy Hu of Rock Paper Salon / Caterer: The Paella Project / Florist: La Vie en Rose Eco Friendly Floral Design / Officiant: Friends of the Bride and Groom / Ceremony Musician: Bulgarian Music Ensemble / Band: The Haberdashery Ensemble DJ: George Jensen and Christina Gubala of Complicated Dance Steps / Wedding Dress: Ulla-Maija Couture / Shoes: Jimmy Choo / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Amsale / Groom’s Suit: Ralph Lauren Black Label / Groom’s shoes: A. Testoni / Groom’s Socks: Comme des Garcon / Stationery: DIY

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Handcrafted Sussex Wedding

Vintage Weddings

Today we’re going across the pond to share another stylish British wedding, this time shot by Browns Photography. What wasn’t handcrafted by friends and family was purchased vintage, like Anna’s vintage lace wedding dress. It’s true that we envy British brides for their endless options of quaint and idyllic venues, but not quite like this one. Anna and Rakesh were married at Bluebell Railway, an old train station in West Sussex. SO much more to see in the gallery!
West Sussex Vintage Wedding
West Sussex Vintage Wedding
West Sussex Vintage Wedding
West Sussex Vintage Wedding
West Sussex Vintage Wedding
West Sussex Vintage Wedding
West Sussex Vintage Wedding
West Sussex Vintage Wedding


Browns Photography. What wasn’t handcrafted by friends and family was purchased vintage, like Anna’s vintage lace wedding dress. It’s true that we envy British brides for their endless options of quaint and idyllic venues, but not quite like this one. Anna and Rakesh were married at Bluebell Railway, an old train station in West Sussex. View all images in the gallery

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Wedding Songs:

Processional: “Come Softly” – the Fleetwoods

First dance: “I Gotta Know”- Wanda Jaskson

Wedding Vendors and Venue (Highbrook, West Sussex, UK):

Photographer: Browns Photography / Decor: DIY by friends and family / Groom’s Suit: Gresham Blake / Wedding Dress: Elizabeth Avey / Bridesmaids and Flower Girl Dresses: handmade / Flowers: Miss Moles Flower Emporium / Cake and Catering: DIY / Music: friends and family / Venue: Bluebell Railway, Horsted Keynes Station / Reception: Highbrook Village Hall / Stationery: DIY

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