The holiday season is in full swing and between moving, prepping for Christmas, and a few other crazy and exciting things going on…I forgot to post about a lovely wedding I shot in California that was featured over on Magnolia Rouge a few weeks ago! Here’s a snippet from the feature:
“Unobstructed views of the Crane Ridge mountain range swathed in golden sunlight set the perfect scene for this timeless fall wedding just outside of the small town of Winters, California captured by WHITNEY NICHOLS PHOTOGRAPHY. Artist Katie Kukulka, and her groom Nicholas set to work crafting an exquisite affair on the magical ten acre estate of Park Winters. Fueled by the mood and colours of a bygone era, Katie drew her inspiration from a range of historic quintessentials. Nods to antiquity began with the Victorian moods and colours of Jane Eyre and continued on to the Edwardian fashion and florals of Downton Abbey. Tapered candles, trailing eucalyptus, and manicured garden lawns set the tone for this faded ivory and neutral toned wedding. Intricate detailing added further interest to the brides ivory “Aspen” gown by JENNY PACKHAM. This dress features a silk button and lace back, delicate capped sleeves, and silk chiffon train. Paired with a silk tulle cathedral veil and her antique Georgian diamond engagement ring, Katie encapsulated the vision of a timeless bride.”
Check out the full post here!