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by The Wedding Standard




When a new venue pops up along the Central Coast we're all tuned in to see the magic that can happen. Ella's Vineyard hosted this fun and moody 70's Inspired Styled Shoot designed by Zest It Up, and captured by Cameron Ingalls. The golden hills inspired the natural tones of the design and the vintage details fulfilled the vibe these vendors were aiming for. We fell in love with the day a little more after hearing from Zest It Up about their vision for the day. 

VISION
We envisioned a 70's inspired shoot that was a bit more elegant amongst the natural landscape. Golden hour with warm hues, subtle patterns, boho flair and vintage details.


Wedding Planning Inspiration
Our inspiration from the shoot came from the wedding dress and landscape. The vintage wedding dress and bridal robe straight from the 70's set the tone for overall design and theme. From there we were inspired by the golden hills which grace the property, allowing for mustard yellow to become a leading role in the shoot. Texture was represented in velvet napkins, fur throws and playful tassels.

The Details
We were most excited about the bride's apparel. It was a vintage dress and robe that were the main inspiration for era and overall 70's vibes. With touches of femininity and elegance, she was so delicate in her ensemble. The other detail that excited us most was Betty the Bar Cart- as if she had rolled right out of the Pixar Movie CARS- she had so much personality and really brought the icing to the cake on the shoot. Playing dress up on this bar cart was the perfect setting for the golden hour cocktail for our bride and groom.

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