Celebrate your inner flower child with this mod rooftop elopement inspiration from Katherine Rose Photography! The retro vibes are in full effect, and every detail is so groovy and chic!
The inspiration behind this elopement shoot came from our gorgeous venue located in Northern San Diego county. The venue, French in Firs, is a unique historical midcentury house with a breathtaking dome rooftop and midcentury design elements. The original owner was a botanist and planted dozens of unique tropical plants all around the house and grounds. The house really looks like Palm Springs but with gorgeous lush tropical botanicals all around it. Inspiration for our shoot is a 1960’s flower festival. We used pinks, oranges and yellow for florals with a ceremony arch shaped like a peace symbol and a groovy styled cake. Our bride had the classic beehive hair and boots while our groom rocked a mustache and boots. It was the perfect mix of playful and groovy with a touch of whimsy!
Photography: Katherine Rose Photography | Venue: French in Firs | Planning: Fruitvale Rentals and Design | Floral: Hey Clementine Floral & Design | Stationery: Spilled Ink Calligraphy | Cake: Hey There Cupcake | Rentals: Fruitvale Rentals and Design | Hair: Lavender and Lipstick | Makeup: Dannielle Robeson | Bar: Rosewater Cocktails | Dress: D’Angelo Couture Bridal | Submitted via Matchology