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Sarina Love Photography

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Sarina Love Photography is a wedding + boudoir photography company based in Southern California who has a passion for documenting genuine moments. Her style is vibrant, playful, and sweet. Sarina aims to capture the fun and silly moments, the sweet and loving moments, and the beautiful and cherished moments. She loves to get creative while keeping it simple and easy for all her clients. It’s all about the full experience and Sarina really prides herself to make sure your experience working with her is positive and fun. So go check out her website and see all the lovely images she has created over the years. She is currently booking for 2015 and 2016 weddings and would be happy to save your date!

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Vintage Inspired Italian Alps Wedding

Wedding Design

Is there any better scenery than the Italian Alps? We think not, which is one major reason we love today’s styled shoot from Darya Kamalova and Bianco Weddings. Another reason? The absolutely breathtaking vintage-inspired gown from Tatyana Kochnova.

vintage inspired Italian Alps wedding - photo by Darya Kamalova http://ruffledblog.com/vintage-inspired-italian-alps-wedding

From the photographer, Darya Kamalova: The inspiration of this shooting was nature, elegance and the beauty and simplicity of 20s. Simple relaxed hair style and dark burgundy lips suit perfectly the image that we wanted to archive. Dark red wine colour flowers complimented the colour of the model’s lips. We loved so much the invitation set by Peony in dark blue and red palette and moreover the envelope’s inner side was trimmed with velvet that was highlighting even more the mood of 1920s.

vintage inspired Italian Alps wedding - photo by Darya Kamalova http://ruffledblog.com/vintage-inspired-italian-alps-wedding

vintage inspired Italian Alps wedding - photo by Darya Kamalova http://ruffledblog.com/vintage-inspired-italian-alps-wedding

red and blue wedding invitations - photo by Darya Kamalova http://ruffledblog.com/vintage-inspired-italian-alps-wedding

red and blue wedding invitations - photo by Darya Kamalova http://ruffledblog.com/vintage-inspired-italian-alps-wedding

vintage inspired Italian Alps wedding - photo by Darya Kamalova http://ruffledblog.com/vintage-inspired-italian-alps-wedding

vintage inspired Italian Alps wedding - photo by Darya Kamalova http://ruffledblog.com/vintage-inspired-italian-alps-wedding

The bespoke dress from Tanya Kochnova was just flawless: the silk pale rose lining with a light grey lace on it and hand-embroidered sequins top – a pure perfection in pastel palette. In this way we created a lovely contrast between the outfit and the decor: the dark colours vs. pastel colours. And you can see that they work perfectly together. It is only important to follow the right proportions.

vintage inspired Italian Alps wedding - photo by Darya Kamalova http://ruffledblog.com/vintage-inspired-italian-alps-wedding

vintage inspired Italian Alps wedding - photo by Darya Kamalova http://ruffledblog.com/vintage-inspired-italian-alps-wedding

vintage wedding dress lace - photo by Darya Kamalova http://ruffledblog.com/vintage-inspired-italian-alps-wedding

vintage inspired Italian Alps wedding - photo by Darya Kamalova http://ruffledblog.com/vintage-inspired-italian-alps-wedding

The 2 venues for the shooting were the ancient convent and the top of the mountain in the Italian part of Alps. The heart was stopping to beat while looking down at the valley and at the sun rolling over the hill. To say “breathtaking” is nothing; it was spectacular. It is important to add that despite of the fact that it was a styled shooting, our couple was real and they are getting married soon!

red and blue wedding invitations - photo by Darya Kamalova http://ruffledblog.com/vintage-inspired-italian-alps-wedding

red and blue wedding invitations - photo by Darya Kamalova http://ruffledblog.com/vintage-inspired-italian-alps-wedding

red and blue wedding invitations - photo by Darya Kamalova http://ruffledblog.com/vintage-inspired-italian-alps-wedding

vintage inspired Italian Alps wedding - photo by Darya Kamalova http://ruffledblog.com/vintage-inspired-italian-alps-wedding

red and blue wedding invitations - photo by Darya Kamalova http://ruffledblog.com/vintage-inspired-italian-alps-wedding

blonde hair and red lip - photo by Darya Kamalova http://ruffledblog.com/vintage-inspired-italian-alps-wedding

vintage inspired Italian Alps wedding - photo by Darya Kamalova http://ruffledblog.com/vintage-inspired-italian-alps-wedding

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Wedding Vendors

Photography:

Darya Kamalova

Florist:

Bianco Weddings

Venue:

Convento dell'Annunciata

Wedding Dress:

Tatyana Kochnova

Hair + Makeup:

Mio Mio Style

Wedding Invitations:

Peony Studio

Shooting Planner and Organizer:

Iskra Photo

Photos by:

Darya Kamalova

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Relaxed Destination Wedding in Tulum

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Cassie and Sean wanted more than just one day to celebrate their wedding with family and friends, so a destination wedding was the perfect answer. Everyone headed to Tulum, Mexico for an absolutely dreamy event with tropical air and lush surroundings, made even better by the talents of Cynthia Rose Photography and Tulum Weddings and Events.

relaxed destination wedding in Tulum - photo by Cynthia Rose Photography http://ruffledblog.com/relaxed-destination-wedding-in-tulum

From the bride, Cassie: We knew we wanted our wedding to be laid back, intimate and jam packed with laughter. We also knew we wanted to spend a few quality days (not just one!) with our closest friends and family and have an awesome party to cap it off. Sean and I are beach people (he proposed on the beach at my parents beach house in North Carolina) and oh do we ever love Mexico! It is so close yet, far enough away where we can throw our real world cares to the wind and really melt into two puddles of pure bliss… obviously that’s the place you want to get married! And Tulum… oh, Tulum… pure magic… a jungle beach paradise. It’s rustic, charming and it’s our favorite spot to escape to for a long weekend.

orange bouquet with succulents - photo by Cynthia Rose Photography http://ruffledblog.com/relaxed-destination-wedding-in-tulum

wedding paper goods - photo by Cynthia Rose Photography http://ruffledblog.com/relaxed-destination-wedding-in-tulum

bride and bridesmaids - photo by Cynthia Rose Photography http://ruffledblog.com/relaxed-destination-wedding-in-tulum

bride and bridesmaids - photo by Cynthia Rose Photography http://ruffledblog.com/relaxed-destination-wedding-in-tulum

tropical inspired bouquet - photo by Cynthia Rose Photography http://ruffledblog.com/relaxed-destination-wedding-in-tulum

In terms of style, I was going for a laid back, art deco, vintage, beach-glam vibe (if that even makes any sense at all!). I actually just kind of meshed some of my favorite eras together but, everything turned out beyond perfect! The juxtaposition between the rustic, laid back, beach palapas and the glammed up, glitzy details was just beyond!

beach wedding ceremony - photo by Cynthia Rose Photography http://ruffledblog.com/relaxed-destination-wedding-in-tulum

relaxed destination wedding in Tulum - photo by Cynthia Rose Photography http://ruffledblog.com/relaxed-destination-wedding-in-tulum

wedding portraits - photo by Cynthia Rose Photography http://ruffledblog.com/relaxed-destination-wedding-in-tulum

bride on a swing - photo by Cynthia Rose Photography http://ruffledblog.com/relaxed-destination-wedding-in-tulum

We wanted to fill the day with tons of little personal touches, which was not easy to do when you’re doing a destination. We ended up bringing several suitcases full of items down to Mexico because we wanted to have these personal touches, which meant I had to be super organized! For our guest book, we had friends sign vintage postcards (I brought a ton of vintage postcards from places that were special to Sean and I) with well wishes or advice. We had our guests find their seats for dinner with gold compact compasses which we brought down, along with signage that said “May love be your compass, may it guide you home….But, first find your seat.” We loved that because home is no longer a place it’s now a person. We also had maracas handmade with our name and the date for guests to shake during the ceremony when we kissed. It was all really cute and in the end defiantly worth all the stress!

relaxed destination wedding in Tulum - photo by Cynthia Rose Photography http://ruffledblog.com/relaxed-destination-wedding-in-tulum

Tulum destination wedding - photo by Cynthia Rose Photography http://ruffledblog.com/relaxed-destination-wedding-in-tulum

relaxed destination wedding in Tulum - photo by Cynthia Rose Photography http://ruffledblog.com/relaxed-destination-wedding-in-tulum

compass escort cards - photo by Cynthia Rose Photography http://ruffledblog.com/relaxed-destination-wedding-in-tulum

relaxed destination wedding in Tulum - photo by Cynthia Rose Photography http://ruffledblog.com/relaxed-destination-wedding-in-tulum

wedding chalkboard - photo by Cynthia Rose Photography http://ruffledblog.com/relaxed-destination-wedding-in-tulum

destination wedding reception - photo by Cynthia Rose Photography http://ruffledblog.com/relaxed-destination-wedding-in-tulum

relaxed destination wedding in Tulum - photo by Cynthia Rose Photography http://ruffledblog.com/relaxed-destination-wedding-in-tulum

Any advice for couples planning their weddings now? My advice for couples thinking about planning destination weddings is… just do it! Destination weddings are the best because everyone really gets to know each other and by the wedding it’s like one big happy family. Try to make it as EASY as possible for all guests… that could mean arranging accommodations for guests, having transportation set up and other events, dinners and things for them to do. The biggest piece of advice is to find someone there who you trust and who can help you. We got really close with Sandy and Morgan and they were rockstars in dealing with logistics. We couldn’t have done it from afar without them. Also, I’m a bit of a control freak and I had to learn how to just let some things be! There were things that I didn’t know how they were going to work or turn out and I had to just trust Morgan and Sandy and roll with it. Distance also makes you super decisive. Make a decisions and move one! Life is in the slow lane in Mexican beach towns (which is why we picked Tulum in the first place) so, in the end it was perfect because all I could do was drink a margarita, enjoy our guests and let the wind carry away my worries.

relaxed destination wedding in Tulum - photo by Cynthia Rose Photography http://ruffledblog.com/relaxed-destination-wedding-in-tulum

beach wedding reception - photo by Cynthia Rose Photography http://ruffledblog.com/relaxed-destination-wedding-in-tulum

beach wedding reception - photo by Cynthia Rose Photography http://ruffledblog.com/relaxed-destination-wedding-in-tulum

table numbers - photo by Cynthia Rose Photography http://ruffledblog.com/relaxed-destination-wedding-in-tulum

relaxed destination wedding in Tulum - photo by Cynthia Rose Photography http://ruffledblog.com/relaxed-destination-wedding-in-tulum

relaxed destination wedding in Tulum - photo by Cynthia Rose Photography http://ruffledblog.com/relaxed-destination-wedding-in-tulum

relaxed destination wedding in Tulum - photo by Cynthia Rose Photography http://ruffledblog.com/relaxed-destination-wedding-in-tulum

View all images from this wedding in the gallery

Wedding Vendors

Photography:

Cynthia Rose Photography

Wedding Design:

Tulum Weddings and Events

Event Planning:

Planner 1 Events

Venue:

Ana Y Jose Charming Hotel and Spa

Wedding Dress:

Rosa Clara

Hair and Makeup:

Sarah Garnier

Bridesmaid Dresses:

Adrianna Papell

Wedding Invitations:

Art is All Around

Calligraphy and Signage:

Nalabe

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