Old World Cathedral Styled Shoot

"Southern California is known across the wedding world for venues that highlight bright, crisp natural light, organic foliage, and expansive vista views.  These organic and fresh outdoor spaces provide beautiful backdrops for the whimsical, wild and free bride, but what if you're looking for something more traditional?  What if your heart swells at the ringing of church bells?  The definitive and divine symbol of promise can be found at First Congregational Church of Los Angeles.  This gem is located within the hustle and bustle of Koreatown, Los Angeles and dons the swoon-worthy cathedral architecture made for traditional romantics. FCCLA is characterized by sweeping arches, clean concrete walls, stained glass windows, bronze doors, and old world influence.  This aesthetic has been made iconic by weddings popular on the East Coast, but it is such a lovely and refreshing surprise to find in California.  The concept highlighted here revolved around incorporating shades of sage and yellow.  Our bride is styled in a beaded trumpet style gown with clean modern neckline by Kara Wedding.  The tablescape marries old and new--lace detailed dinnerware from MTB Rentals is accompanied by bold ring accented floral arrangements perfected by Eventive Moments."

Photography: Katrina Kim Photo | Wedding Planner & Floral Designer: Eventive Moments | Venue: First Congregational Church of Los Angeles | Invitations: Paperie and Silk | Calligraphy: Lalita Doodles | Linens: MTB Rentals | Cake: Sweet Novelette | Beauty: Kohnur | Bridal Boutique: Kara Wedding | Bridal Accessories: Love Sparkle Pretty | Bridal Shoes: Bella Belle Shoes | Film Lab: Goodman Film Lab