1. Love the color palette and styles of all the dresses. Such a lovely group of ladies.

    Venue: The Inn at Spanish Bay in Pebble Beach

  2. Photos from a wedding we did two weeks ago at the lovely Mountain Winery in Saratoga. I had never been up there before, it’s a beautiful venue with amazing views. 

    Photos by Dawn Heumann

    (Source: dawnheumannphoto.blogspot.com)

  3. I think this will be my favorite engagement shot for a while…

    (Source: terryway.com)

  4. The winner of the Most Magical Altar Award from last season.

    Photo by the amazing Tanja Lippert

    Venue - Santa Lucia Preserve, Carmel Valley

  5. Prime rehearsal dinner location from 2 months ago.

    Monterey Peninsula Country Club - Beach House

    Photos taken by me before the fun began.

  6. This couple really went for it with the color.

    (Source: scottcampbellphoto.com)

  7. First wedding of the 2014 season!!!

    I’m calling it ‘Texas meets California Coastal style’. Such a fun couple.

    Venue: Church of the Wayfarer & Pebble Beach, Beach & Tennis Club

    Photographer: Scott Campbell Photography

  8. Some lovely photos from one of the first weddings I worked on.

  9. More before & after ceremony site photos.

    Taken by: me!

    Venue: Hyatt Highlands Carmel

  10. We ended last season with a bang!

  11. Rustic Elegance is still very much in.

    Love this barn wedding complete with wood tables, burlap runners, simple floral, and string lights.


  12. Anonymous said: How do you like your job ? And is there any advice you can give about getting into the same field ?

    Hi! Thanks for the question!

    I really like my job. I’m still learning and settling into it. I love that I don’t have a traditional 9-5 work schedule and that I actually get to work from home a lot of the time when it’s off season.

    My job also takes me to some pretty awesome places. I’ve worked in some incredible venues that normally I probably never would’ve had a chance to go to.

    I will say that the day of a wedding can be very stressful and it’s a lot of work. It’s not as glamorous as it seems. Working events, even if they’re not weddings, isn’t for everyone. You also have to get used to working weekends all the time, especially in the summer.

    I got into the industry originally because in college I majored in hospitality and tourism management and minored in event planning. I didn’t really know which direction I wanted to go in so I did multiple internships in different areas. That is until I landed in wedding planning and stuck with it.

    My advice if you do want to get into this industry is to get an internship first. Even an unpaid one if you can. That’s what I did. I worked an unpaid internship for almost a year after I graduated college. The unpaid part sucked, but it’s what got me to where I am now. It’s a good way to try something out and see if it’s a good fit for you. You’ll also get a lot of experience in a relatively short amount of time.

    I hope this helps! And don’t hesitate to ask if you have any more questions :)

  13. A rustic/awesome way to serve appetizers during cocktail hour.

  14. This is why I love this job. Every morning I show up to a wedding it doesn’t look like much, but in seemingly no time it turns into something beautiful and takes on a life of its own.

  15. More <3 from our style me pretty feature.