Kari & Elan
Point Lobos Ridge
We went wild. Our goal for this wedding situated just over the sea, was to feature arrangements that were less about cut flowers and more about showcasing living plants that will thrive post-wedding.
Using small plants to create living landscapes as table centerpieces, the dining table appeared to have its own garden growing from its center. Above the dining area hung small terrarium teardrops filled with Air Plants, Moss, & Succulents.
The ceremony took place under a Birch branch Chuppah. Potted grasses and Orchids grew out jubilantly from the base of each pole giving the appearance that it had lived there for ages.
Each of these stylish punctuations was not only elegant, but ready to be replanted, reused, to continue living.
Photography by Tinywater Photography
Clouds & Chuppah Photo by Jeannie Choe