A White Open-Air Tented Wedding at Shady Canyon Golf Club by Samuel Lippke Studios

Wedding planner Jeannie Savage gave Elizabeth and Shaymus’s classic, white wedding a fresh, modern makeover with taupe chargers and light gray linens that brought warmth and contrast to the space.  I love how the smilax vines hung from the crystal chandeliers, adding to the decor and drama of the open-air tent.  The romantic photography from Samuel Lippke Studios make this wedding a dream — and you will seriously need tissues for the video from Elysium Productions.

Bride & Groom  // Photo: Samuel Lippke Studios and Allan Zepeda // TheKnot.com
Traditional Invitations  // Photo: Samuel Lippke Studios and Allan Zepeda // TheKnot.com
Bridesmaid fun  // Photo: Samuel Lippke Studios and Allan Zepeda // TheKnot.com
White bridal bouquet  // Photo: Samuel Lippke Studios and Allan Zepeda // TheKnot.com
Church Ceremony  // Photo: Samuel Lippke Studios and Allan Zepeda // TheKnot.com
Church Ceremony  // Photo: Samuel Lippke Studios and Allan Zepeda // TheKnot.com
Gray Bridesmaid Dresses  // Photo: Samuel Lippke Studios and Allan Zepeda // TheKnot.com

Reception TentWhite Centerpieces  // Photo: Samuel Lippke Studios and Allan Zepeda // TheKnot.com

Chair Decorations  // Photo: Samuel Lippke Studios and Allan Zepeda // TheKnot.com

Individual Place Setting  // Photo: Samuel Lippke Studios and Allan Zepeda // TheKnot.comGray & White Favor Boxes  // Photo: Samuel Lippke Studios and Allan Zepeda // TheKnot.com

Bride & Groom's First Dance  // Photo: Samuel Lippke Studios and Allan Zepeda // TheKnot.com
White Tented Reception  // Photo: Samuel Lippke Studios and Allan Zepeda // TheKnot.com
White Lounge Area  // Photo: Samuel Lippke Studios and Allan Zepeda // TheKnot.com
Chandelier Lighting  // Photo: Samuel Lippke Studios and Allan Zepeda // TheKnot.com
Handmade Cigar Bar // Photo: Samuel Lippke Studios and Allan Zepeda // TheKnot.com
Bride & Groom  // Photo: Samuel Lippke Studios and Allan Zepeda // TheKnot.com
1960s Rolls-Royce Getaway Car // Photo: Samuel Lippke Studios and Allan Zepeda // TheKnot.com

Photography: Samuel Lippke Studios | Photography: Allan Zepeda | Event Planning: Details Details | Ceremony Location: Laguna Presbyterian Church, Laguna Beach California | Reception Site: Shady Canyon Golf Club, Irvine | Floral Event Designer & Producer: Sunny Ravanbach/White Lilac Inc. | Invitations & Programs: Francis-Orr | Escort & Menu Cards: Press New York via Francis-Orr | Catering: Shady Canyon Golf Club| Ceremony Music: West Cost Music | Reception Music: Wayne Foster Music & Entertainment | Cake: Sweet & Saucy Shop | Videographer: Elysium Productions

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Escort cards are extremely easy to personalize and an excellent way to bring in your wedding day colors -- from calligraphed seating cards set atop a textured linen to apples tagged with each guest's name or small personalized bundles of lavender tied off with string. Other ways to display escort cards: Pin them to a clothesline, post them on a board covered in color-coordinated ribbon, or incorporate them into your cocktail hour using personalized stirrers tagged with guests' names.
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