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beach house wedding

Sweet, soft colors and a subtle coastal theme make for one classy affair! Zoom Theory beautifully captured this Romantic & Neutral Beach House Wedding that has fantastic inspiration for the budget, DIY and elegant style bride! With fancied up paper decorations, a custom matching wedding cake, dreamy florals from Petals and Hedges and a gorgeous venue on the beach, I think I’m in LOVE! ;)

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

  • Neutral floral centerpieces in rustic wood vases, silver mercury glass votives & simple framed table numbers
  • Wine cork displayed place cards and jarred sugar scrub favors with jute bows
  • Soft gray “Eat, Drink & Be Married” cocktail napkins + Custom “Evan and Blake” wedding cake
  • Blush pink bridesmaid dresses, white bridal flower crown, and sweet pink peony and lambs ear bouquets

beach house wedding

beach house wedding

beach house wedding

beach house wedding

beach house wedding

beach house wedding

beach house wedding

beach house wedding

beach house wedding

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PARTY DETAILS, as told by the Bride…

Blake and I met at work and kept our relationship a secret from co-workers for two years. It was super sneaky and totally fun! From the beginning we loved to go on adventures together, without really telling anyone. When we decided to get married, eloping somewhere far away sounded perfect. We had a relaxed ceremony on the beach in St. John, USVI, with our close friend as a witness. It was beautiful, exciting, a little naughty, and perfectly “us.”

Since we wanted to celebrate with our friends and family too, we decided to have a reception party in Manhattan Beach CA where we live. I wanted it to be uncomplicated and playful. No stress allowed. I chose calming colors for a beachy mellow vibe.

I’m from Hawaii and love Reggae music; Blake is from Arizona and loves Country, so we played a mixture of both for an easygoing atmosphere. The reception felt natural, with a laid back flow, nothing felt awkward or pushed. It was an amazing night.

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