Wildflower Garden Wedding Inspiration at the Historic Ventura Pierpont Inn
Today’s shoot showcases the history of the beautiful Pierpont Inn, and the wildflower explosion in and around Ventura County. In a fresh floral palette that incorporates hues of peony, dandelion, jadeite, cornflower, forget-me-not and chartreuse, along with metallic accents in bronze and silver, it fuses vintage and modern design details in the most inspiring way….
I will let photographer Stephanie Ann tell you all about it…. “We wanted to use traditional elements and ways that felt playful and refreshing. A melange of antique tableware, vintage brooches in unexpected places, and unconventional seating arrangements in front of a traditional gazebo create a feeling that is at once, familiar and rebellious.
The florals were designed with a garden in mind, lots of lush, blooms and scents. Peonies, sweet peas and ranunculus with oodles of garden roses to intoxicate the senses! The greens are local pepper berry and eucalyptus. For texture, we used Queen Anne’s Lace and hypericum berries. These florals whisper the history of the Pierpont Inn and all of its glory.
Our beautiful bride dons an exquisite lace gown paired with a modern braided bun and accented with a cluster of antique brooches. Her makeup look is fresh and modern, ensuring the vintage accents look current and not kitschy. Our groom dons a warm grey suit with a blue shirt and blue velvet tie that would be right at home in a garden party of yesteryear.
For our reception, the tables are dressed with jadeite plates, vintage silverware, brass and silver candlesticks and lush and fragrant blooms. Peonies, sweet-peas, ranunculus, garden roses, Queen Anne’s lace and hypericum berries.
The vintage theme is also picked up in our magnificent cake, with each tier dressed in alternating layers of pleated, blush colored fondant and vintage floral motifs separated by a golden band finished with a gilded profile. The cake is placed on a table draped with vintage linens, a retro bust and a hand lettered sign.”
Isn’t it lovely? Those flowers…. *swoon* A big thankyou to the wonderful creative team who came together to bring this beautiful editorial to life, and especially to Stephanie Ann Photography who captured it all so perfectly. If you would like to see more of Stephanie’s work do pop and take a peek at her website www.stephanieannphoto.com, and of course be sure to find and follow her on Instagram!
Now if this has you dreaming of a floral-filled wedding of your own, you might want to take a look at this romantic garden editorial from Greece, this dreamy editorial captured at Cornerstone Sonoma and this colorful citrus styled shoot captured at the Dallas Arboretum.
Credits & Contributors
Photography: Stephanie Ann Photography || Venue: Wyndham garden Ventura Pierpont Inn || Day-of Coordination: TLC Event Coordination || Floral Design: Dulce Blomma || Stationery: Brown and Co. Designs || Wedding Cake: Paty Cakes || Decor Items: Camino and Cherokee Rentals || Hair: Joanne Farmer Hair Artistry || Makeup: Glory Munoz Makeup Artistry || Event Planning: Glory Munoz || Vintage Rentals: Antique Adventures || Vintage Rentals: Kay Grayson || Vintage Rentals: Claire’s Cupboard || Wedding Dress: Mon Amie Bridal Salon || Groom’s Attire: Friar Tux || Submitted via Matchology