Darlington House in La Jolla is the perfect venue for those who love Spanish inspired vintage vibes with the beach down the street. It’s easy to transform the outdoor space to match your vision and gives me those high-end laid back feels.
Katey and Tim chose to wait to see each other down the aisle… and I have never seen more people crying in one room. WOW. WHAT AN ENTRANCE. I’d like to think Tim and his brother crying as they saw Katey for the first time is my most popular photo, ever. Because it is. It was a beautiful moment, filled with all the joy, love, happiness and energy you yearn for on a wedding day.
The whole night was full of the greatest energy, which tells you that these two surround themselves with the best people. Some of their great friends serenaded them with a song before toasts. Tears and laughter was consistently flowing. Everyone was dancing in the moonlight, waving their hands in the air, and still able to make it to the after party. I miss this day, the energy, and the good vibes, but I love seeing that it lives on in Katey and Tim’s relationship over a year later.
Katey my love gets a huge shoutout. While I knew we were kindred spirits when we met over drinks, what feels like years ago… we bonded in an entirely different way even after her wedding. This wonderfully talented artist hosted virtual paint & sips during the first few months of COVID lockdown for her friends and followers on instagram. It was LIFE CHANGING and gave purpose to a really dreadful time. She’s a beautiful beacon of light in a world that feels really dark right now. You can check out her work here and buy some rad art on her etsy shop if that’s your jam.
I’ll stop here before this becomes an essay of love. Just know there was a lot of it and the photos are worth scrolling all the way through.