Jeannine and Matt had such a fun filled wedding day with the most adorable, well thought out details. It really showed off their individuality and style and I enjoyed capturing every single moment of their wedding day.
We were greeted with lots of little Tiffany blue boxes as we entered the suite where Jeannine and her girls got ready. These gorgeous gems were gifts from Matt to Jeannine on their wedding day. Love the color and all those facets! And who can say no to little blue boxes?
Jeannine wore bright pink heels which popped under her dress.
I loved all the details from the small ceramic dish to the little jar of honey which is Jeannine’s favorite word. 🙂
Jeannine getting gresh gardenias pinned into her hair by TEAM Hair and Makeup.
Each of the bridesmaids wore a different colored dress that coordinated with the wedding colors. And they also each wore a floral hair piece in their hair to go with their dress.
Jeannine looking oh so gorgeous!
And of course, Jeannine also a Tarina Tarantino hair flower to wear for the reception. Love the pop of bright, happy yellow!
Their first look moments.
Jeannine and Matt got this super cool cable car to transport their wedding party and family members to the Old Mission Santa Barbara where the two married in the grand old church.
The church was massive and made for such an amazing backdrop for the two to tie the knot.
And then after a short break we continued on with some bride and groom portraits.
The Pavillion Art Center was just a short walk away from the hotel so everyone went on foot and it caused a big stir with the motorists who gleefully honked and congratulated the couple from their open car windows.
The reception details were awesome! I loved how they incorporated their color scheme to make everything so bright and fun.
If you know Jeannine, she loves all things Hello Kitty and so it’s only fitting that their cupcake topper was a Badtz Maru and Hello Kitty!
Each table number had a different saying on the back that linked the two love birds together.
And check out the gorgeous view the guests had. I love how the dense marine layer rolled in over the ships. It was quite breathtaking.
Wedding Coordinator: Events of Love and Splendor
Second Shooter: Jeret Slack
Ceremony: Old Mission Santa Barbara
Reception: Cabrillo Arts Pavilion
Beauty: TEAM Hair and Makeup