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Voyage LA Magazine

Article featuring Brielle

I was one of the first artists that Voyage interviewed for the local spotlight. Click the logo to read my article and see more about me!

Green Wedding Shoes

Published Styled Shoot

The idea of a monochromatic white winter wedding came to us when all we could find for winter wedding inspiration were deep greens and reds. Nothing wrong with those gorgeous jewel tones but we wanted something different for those January/February weddings that weren’t quite Christmas weddings but not yet spring. We’d seen the rustic winter weddings and the totally glam but wanted to find something in between for the brides who were not sure where on that spectrum they fell. And what could be more winter that an all white wedding that seems as though it had been covered in a blanket of snow—but without the cold! Winter in Southern California is never really white, after all, and we wanted to bring that to Los Angeles. We even spray painted the greenery to be white. We really wanted it to look like a winter wonderland with out being to ‘on the nose’. With DIY ceremony geometric installations, a fresh off the runway 2018 Tara Lauren dress, specialty cocktails and a gorgeous venue, York Manor, our vision came to life and we think brides are going to feel the whimsical winter wedding vibes immediately.

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Southern California Bride

Published Real Wedding

"Kyle and Alina met while attending the film school at California State University Long Beach. When it came time to decide on a location, the Long Beach Museum of Art was an obvious choice for its vintage yet outdoors feel along with the gorgeous view of the the ocean that Long Beach provides. Being in the film industry, they wanted to incorporate that feel of a movie within their wedding day from the choice of music to the vintage touches in the details and lots of flowers."

It was such a pleasure to do Alina's makeup on her big day. She wanted a classic cat eye with some subtle purple tones. (though the color doesn't show in the film-inspired photographs). Click the photo to see the publication and the rest of the wedding pics!

Artfully Wed

Published Styled Shoot

Sometimes, the most simple and minimalist aesthetic can be the most beautiful. For this wedding shoot, we focused on clean, modern and geometric lines. With a more minimalistic aesthetic, certain elements were able to stand out. I put together this shoot with my friend and photographer, Frances Iacuzzi, and we reached out to CMG events to add some finishing touches. What made this shoot extra special was the fact that I got to do makeup on a real life married couple who happen to be my dear friends. I did Kara's hair and attended their actual wedding 6 months prior to this shoot! I wanted to focus on clean, beautiful skin with a hint of a golden glow and pop the look with a fun fuschia lip.

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