Wedding season is officially heating up in Sacramento! So before things get too crazy, I wanted to share with you a little something I did in the off-season.
The fantastic Gigi of Sweet Sinsations pulled together the most amazing team to bring her unique vision of a wedding with a modern Marie Antoinette twist to life. It was such a privileged to work with so many gifted Sacramento wedding vendors (you can see all the talent involved along with links to their websites at the bottom of this post).
I hope these images give you inspiration as you plan your own wedding, or if you just love wedding eye candy like the rest of us, I hope we satisfied your sweet tooth!
Photographer: Teresa K Photography
Coordination/Design: Sweet Sinsations Events
Furniture Rentals: Dogwood Party Rentals
Dessert Bar: Sugar and Spice Specialty Desserts
Florist (paper and real): Visual Impact Design
Hair/Makeup: Something Blue by Kayci Stoots
Model bride: Kayla Swift
Groom: Matthew Kendall
Bridal Dress: Enchanted Bridal Shoppe
Groom’s Tuxedo: Jim’s Formal Wear
Invitation Packet, Menu Card, Dessert Bar Labels: Invitations Ink
Linens, Napkins, Chair Cushions: La Tavola Linen
China, Glassware, Stemware, Chairs: Classic Party Rentals
12 thoughts on “Vizcaya Pavillion Sacramento | Inspirational Wedding Shoot”
Absolutely stunning. Beautiful details, great couple, brilliant photography!
Love the details, the lighting is perfect, directional and still soft!
If only every wedding was like this in real life. I hope, for true inspiration of course, they did actually let you eat cake after 😉
Very inspiring! Beautiful work! Love all the poses of the models! You did a great job!
Love the warm tones and the flowers look stunning, portrait sessions are my favorites
Simply stunning. Great work Teresa!
Sweet sweet details! Everything about this is perfect!
Gorgeous! Love the colour scheme, makes me want to get married again 🙂
Pretty!! Love the shot right after they eat cake!
So much prettiness!!! Wonderful work Teresa!
Awesome ideas here; well executed.
Absolutely amazing! Gorgeous work Teresa!