Visiting Camp Navarro in Medocino was a delight! Agathe, Cameron and I camped out in the rustic cabins, drank wine around the camp fire, and fell in love with the redwoods in the Anderson Valley.
We dreamed of their wedding in the Great Redwood Grove with hanging lanterns, and farm-to-table cuisine. We loved the idea of all guests receiving headlamps as arrival gifts, and styling each cabin with wool blankets and vintage camping lanterns. The Navarro River is absolutely gorgeous and just 10 minutes down the Highway you can launch canoes and inner tubes for a really fun group ride.
I often visit plant stores and shops for event design inspiration. I find them especially helpful when planning a living arrangement centerpiece for an eclectic wedding design. One of my favorite online stores is Terrain (which is an extension of Anthropology and Urban Outfitters). Their line of gardening and outdoor living products are perfect for bringing the outside in.
I love this line of plant trays designed to catch water runoff from larger planters, but they themselves can be packed with moss, succulents, and air plants to create a long, beautiful, fresh arrangement in the center of your tables. It’s an easy project, and it’s eclectic approach makes it fairly easy for any DIY Bride and her family to create.
Here are some of this week’s obsessions…
Loving this LA vintage eclectic wedding with modern bohemian accents.
I’m in love with Caitln Flemming for the first time. I cant believe I never knew about her until now!
San Francisco Firehouse 8 is an iconic venue full of possibilities for weddings, special events, and pop-up restaurants. I’m obsessed with brick (and, let’s be honest, Firemen too).
Obsessed with this incredible modern rustic Sonoma wedding at the Summerhill House by Hugh Forte Photography. Katey Oursler did a killer job with the farm-to-table dinner!