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There’s nothing we love more than seeing two creative worlds collide. Heather Alana and Paige Auburn of EPOCH Co+ perfectly executed their Ocean Sea Glass editorial, which combines an agrarian, rustic palette with the cool, modern, beautiful blues of the ocean. A waterside table by Oliver and Penelope Vintage Rentals was adorned in coordinating place settings, driftwood place cards and subtle pottery atop luxe linens from EB Inc. Event Rentals. A selection of summery cocktails by Palace Party Beverage Co. added some fun to the day with icy blue and citron hues. Punchy dahlias and roses paired with tropical greenery from Bramble & Bee had us dreaming of citrus afternoons, appropriately complementing the oceanside scene at Waters Edge Venue. A hand-painted, glass invitation from Memory Lane Paperie rests inside it’s mode of delivery – a small, detail filled box. The bride was perfectly in element, dressed in a delicate illusion-neckline gown from Love and Lace Bridal Boutique and adorned in fine jewelry from Uptown Diamond and lovely hair and makeup by Beauty Mark. Check out more from this shoot captured by Angela Sostarich Photography below.

Photos // Angela Sostarich Photography

From the planners, Heather Alana and Paige Auburn, of Epoch Co+: “I was ecstatic to create this agrarian, tranquil and modern design inspired by the ocean. I sent everyone a very minimal design board asking them to pull in details embracing the motion of ocean waves, tranquil blues, natural colors and elements of things such as sand, fronds and sea glass. My goal when designing is to curate something that will impress people when they walk in, but would never make anyone feel like it was too nice for them to sit there. I aim for our designs to feel inclusive and welcoming – overall I think the design team nailed it, and brought this dreamy ocean inspired design to life flawlessly.”

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TAGS: Destination, Outdoor, Oceanfront, Summer, Fall Winter 2019, El Lago