The grandeur of a wide opened landscape beautifully fills each stunning image today captured by Mallory Dawn Photography. The gorgeous dunes, with their picturesque watercolor backdrop and cotton candy skies, have captured our hearts and taken our souls on a journey. Loves grandest adventure is to find the one with whom you can walk miles, hand in hand, and know that their presence alone makes you better. Adventure together in love and you will adventure together in life.
From photographer Mallory Haren: "These stunning sand dunes made the most perfect natural backdrop for this gorgeous wedding inspiration in Glamis, California. The beautiful pastel colors matched with the light and vast scenery captured on film is truly mesmerizing. I worked on the design and style for this shoot while Destiny of Just a Kiss Weddings and Events coordinated all of the talented vendors to make this vision a reality. Diamant of Blue Ladder Botany made floral magic with a bouquet for our bride incorporating those natural soft pastels and contrasting with some deep greenery. Kaylyn, the talent behind Pirouette Paper, used handmade, deckled paper to hand-draw some classic elements for a soft and ethereal invitation suite. The Elizabeth Dye wedding gown brought sophistication to our bride with the clean and soft lines, paired with the light grey suite for our groom. The look was perfectly complete with a delicate updo and timeless makeup look by Theresa of Kohnur. The romance and enchantment this wedding inspiration shoot brings really shows why I love film so much as it uses the golden light to bring these images to life.
Photography: Mallory Dawn Photography | Coordination: Just a Kiss Weddings and Events | Hair & Makeup: Kohnur | Paper Goods and Calligraphy: Pirouette Paper | Florals: Blue Ladder Botany | Wedding Gown: Elizabeth Dye | Veil: Blush Ivory | Ribbon: Honey Silks & co. | Bouquet Ribbon: Bellame Ribbon | Groom Attire: Friar Tux Shop | Styling board: Heirloom Bindery | Models: Jilliene Marie & Eric Jernigan | Film Lab: Goodman Film Lab