Due to work, and Evan’s service in the Air Force, Evan and Teryn have lived in multiple cities throughout their relationship. Since travel was so prominent in their lives, and since their family members and closest friends lived all over the world, they thought it only fitting to have a destination wedding, with wonderful accents and design based on travel.
When designing the florals and details of the wedding, we drew from The Forum’s use of natural materials, such as the wood lining the inside of the dining area, to the native plants that surrounded the venue. We went with elegant farm style wood tables that were custom made for Evan & Teryn by Concepts, and dressed them with succulents, and vintage stationary menus.
Tapping into the destination wedding, the table names were airport codes; the groom’s cake was designed with a world map and an old-fashioned airplane. The escort cards were on luggage tags, and the guest book was a vintage typewriter. The dessert table used old-fashioned suite cases as pedestals for the tasty treats, but this was only to be out done by the hanging hot air balloons that hovered above them.
No detail was left unnoticed on this special day. Evan and Teryn’s seaside vintage travel wedding was spectacular, in ever sense of the word!
To see the wedding on Style Me Pretty, click here.
Vendors that helped make the day:
Wedding Photography: Table4 Weddings
Wedding Venue: Scripps Seaside Forum
Floral Design: Melissa Barrad of I Do…Weddings!
Wedding Coordination: Lindsay Cross of I Do…Weddings!
Wedding Cake: French Gourmet
Ceremony Music: Tim Altbaum Productions
Wedding Dress: Vera Wang
Bride’s Shoes: Christian Louboutin