Regina and Wes first tied the knot a year ago, but when they saw the plans we had for their vow renewal, they knew they couldn’t wait to have their own windy Big Sur elopement! Regina was a picture perfect bride in Golden Anchor Goods jewelry, Epiphany Boutique Bridal and with a DC Divine Creations bouquet fit for a Californian elopement. She glowed with pure joy as soon as she saw Wes dressed to the nines with his wedding suit.
We started their romantic golden evening at the historic Bixby Bridge with customized stationary, and running around the near empty highway. The Golden State’s sun was warm and cozy, and perfect for this day of love.
From the Pacific Coast Highway Travel Blog –
“Work started on the Bixby Bridge in 1931 and completed in 1932, although the highway over the bridge required five years to finish. There was a detour of several miles inland where the Old Coast Road originally crossed the canyon. The 72-mile (116-km) section of the Pacific Coast Highway north and south of Bixby Bridge was the first road in California to be designated as a Scenic Highway in 1965. The official dedication ceremony was performed the following year by President Lyndon Johnson’s wife, Lady Bird Johnson. The ceremony took place at Bixby Bridge.”
Our evening wrapped by exploring one of the the Highway’s many turnouts and trail systems, laying in the grasses, taking in the Sunset, and laughing and cuddling as the cold air turned to Blue Hour.
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Venue: Bixby Bridge + Pacific Coast Highway
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