Today I am excited to share this amazing Californian Wedding where retro meets colourful neon geometrics at Colony 29.
Images were captured by Sposto Photography.
Sposto Photography is Shauntelle, a Wedding Photographer in Signal Hill, CA.
A long beach native, she fell in love with photography in her teens and has had the privilege of providing fine art, professional images in the wedding industry since 2004.
Clay and Michael met on OKCupid after months of bad dates and nearly giving up on online dating, but their first date at a Brooklyn bar proved that good things are worth waiting for.
After enduring a long distance relationship, Clay proposed during a trip to Rome together.
Their incredible big day didn’t happen however for another 2 years due to them wanting to secure their venue, Colony 29.
Colony 29 is a Palm Springs wedding venue and boutique hotel, offering panoramic valley views eastern to the Chocolate Mountains and south to the Santa Rosa Mountain Range.
The ceremony was one of the most important parts of their Californian Wedding with it allowing them to reflect on the past, present and future, and reminding them of the importance of change and time acknowledging the adversity that the LGBTQ community had faced.
The decor of the day was bright neon and 60’s inspired with a staggered cake from Over The Rainbow Desserts and bold signage from Woodland Manufacturing, and details that embraced the playful nature of the space,
The look of the Palm Springs venue inspired the mid century reception decor from Eames chairs to potted succulents, pin cushion proteas, peonies, and cacti from Florist My Little Flower Shop.
Guests found their seats with the help of colourful diamond shaped cards which flowed through from the stationery from Maude Press, and went beautifully alongside the aqua menus, also in a diamond shape.
Mike went classic in his wedding attire with a navy tux, whilst Clay chose a lighter shade of blue..
Guest cooled off with rose wine or three signature drinks, an old fashioned Manhattan, spicy cucumber lemonade or a Colony 29, named after the venue which consisted of vodka, passion fruit or soda.
To bring the party to life the couple danced to an upbeat playlist before Clay serenaded Mike with “Come Rain or Come” shine by Chet Baker
Venue: Colony 29
Photographer: Sposto Photography
Event Planner: Green Apple Event Co
Invitation Designer: Maude Press
Floral Designer: My Little Flower Shop
Cake Designer: Over The Rainbow Desserts
Signage: Woodland Manufacturing
Linens and Coverings: La Tavola
Caterer: F10 Creative
Bar: Mint Bartending
DJ: Dart Collective
Musicians: Organic String Quartet
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