Inspired by the romance of  Claire Pettibone‘s dresses, Tricia Saroya created four variations on a bohemian bride. The first look, a romantic, garden setting, featured a soft palette of pale pinks and peaches and the bride wore loose blooms pinned in her hair. For the second scene, a vintage fainting couch was styled with cascading flowers and made a lovely backdrop for a couple’s first look. For the third scene, the tall wild grass of the ranch serves as inspiration for a more rustic and wild look. For the fourth scene, moody romance took center stage, with a candlelit ceremony scene, a sexy black lace dress, and deep red roses. You can see more of this wedding inspiration shoot on Wedding Chicks right here.

Hundred year old Morton Bay Fig Trees frame the couple.

Bright orange and pink blooms with hints of bugundy by Tricia Saroya.

A dried floral bouquet inspired by the tall golden grass of California.

Soft blues and peaches for this scene made for a romantic setting.

And finally, this stunning black lace wedding dress by Claire Pettibone which we paired with red roses and candles for a moody feel.

A romantic candlelit scene for an evening ceremony, how utterly romantic.

Photography: Caroline Tran //  Wedding Dresses: Claire Pettibone // Floral Design & Props: Tricia Saroya Location: Dos Pueblos Ranch // Hair & Makeup: Katie Wong Of Theresa Huang 

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