Who Says You Can't Get Married in the Rain!?!

At some point during all of my initial zoom meetings with clients, I say "If you really want to get married in Big Sur—you HAVE to be willing to go with the flow, no matter what the weather is". Sarah and Elliot did just that. It absolutely poured during their ceremony in the redwoods, and they could not have cared less. They were so focused on each other and their beautiful surroundings, the rain just made it all the more romantic. It was absolutely picturesque. We even had a family of deer watching us from afar! Thank goodness, Sarah had hired MUAH for almost the whole day, and she was able to make her look absolutely stunning back at the cabin. We even used the hair dryer to dry most of Sarah's wedding dress! It was definitely one of my favorite ceremonies ever, and not one any of us will soon forget!

The rain stopped right after the ceremony, so the couple decided to have a slice of their wedding cake on the patio, and then we explored more of the beautiful Glen Oaks property and took a stroll down by the river.

As the sun came out, we drove down Highway One, where we stopped for a celebratory champagne pop at the iconic Bixby Bridge. We then drove a little further North towards Garrapata State Beach, where the couple had their First Dance and went for a stroll in the sand. We ended the evening on the ragged cliffs, only lit up by our lanterns. Congratulations Sarah and Elliot - this is a day none of us will forget!


Venue : Glen Oaks

MUAH : Malina Terra hair and makeup

Florals: Cassia Forêt

Videographer: Josh Harney Productions

Cake: Layers

rainy ceremony in the redwoods, followed by a sunny adventure along the coast

rainy ceremony in the redwoods, followed by a sunny adventure along the coast

If you could get married anywhere, where would that be?