"My wedding, [planned by Classically Lovely Events] was inspired by the kind of love Ernest Hemingway wrote about in A Farewell to Arms... honest, romantic, and eccentric," said the bride, Chelsea. "It only seemed fitting to make roses from pages of old romance novels be the center of the evening. Vintage crates, old pallets, and the book page roses, which stood alone in the bridesmaids bouquets, added a subtle pop to the beautiful floral centerpieces and gave my wedding a romantic and rustic touch."
I really don't think I could have said it better, myself! Love it when I come across a bride who can WRITE! Chelsea and Abraham were married on a warm and balmy evening in August at the modern Moniker Warehouse in San Diego, California. "Abraham and I walked into a dream on our wedding day. The breathtaking decor allowed us to hide in a romantic nirvana tucked perfectly into the heart of the city around us. It was the picture-perfect setting for us to share our unique love, open promises, and simple 'I dos'."
Photographer Christa Suppe described Chelsea and Abraham's wedding as one "Full of character, DIY inspiration, romantic and vintage with a sweet modern twist. From the decorative drapes in the bungalow to the paper roses tucked in their bouquets. Everything was so creative and so thought-out, all while remaining on a budget."
Romantic and Rustic Wedding in Modern Warehouse - Vendors & Credits