Are you obsessed with a wedding venue that you see on Instagram but are worried that your wedding is going to look just the same as everyone else’s? Make sure you have your style, and no the location of your event will remain as individual like you. Today, we’re presenting another stunning wedding shoot that was styled at Malibu’s Rocky Oaks and with a completely different vendor team; the venue is completely fresh and modern with bold, everyday details that are unlikely to be seen in this natural, cliffside location.
The fashion of the couple sets the mood for this modern-day wedding. We’re in love with the groom’s white tux ( sporting that creative black tie style) as well as our wedding bride’s completely fresh, open-back, long-sleeve Henrietta Houghton gown. Both of these fashion-forward outfits are ready for the red carpet, while the tablescape, florals, and a few small details make the Met wedding into a gala “bridal.”
Marble invitations featuring strong text and accents of black are set perfectly by the rectangular tiered cake with relief painting features (so luxurious!) Black ribbons and candles give an extra edge to the chic scene. The golden blooms and blush wheat flowers are just a few bright colors to be found in this largely monochrome modern wedding style, photographed by the skilled photographer Babsie Ly.
From Babsie Ly
It was held at the beautiful Malibu Rocky Oaks. This was a timeless, intimate wedding with a black tie idea. Thanks to the imaginative visions of the Designer Joy Proctor, along with the host Donny Zavala, an innovative theme was developed.
Modern minimalist bride wearing an elegant long-sleeve Houghton dress by The English Department and a classic black and white tux from Mr.Tuxedo was the perfect wedding outfit. The couple’s white-on-white wedding dresses complemented one another, making this elegant and chic style.
The intimate location with a view of the mountain ranges, the table was beautifully set with gold accents, marble, and vibrant florals from plenty of Petals.