Morgan & Justin | Park Winters, CA

The best way to describe Morgan and Justin's wedding is a simple and clean aesthetic with pops of glam. Towards the beginning of planning, Morgan was taken with the color "Cinnamon Rose", and based the majority of her design off of ways to incorporate this color seamlessly throughout the day.

Their wedding took place at Park Winters, a country-side Victorian mansion built outside of Sacramento, California in 1865. The property is filled with lush rose gardens, winding paths through canopies of trees, and lots of other locations that were all perfect for their portraits.

As part of her pops of glam, Morgan had two pairs of sparkly shoes. Silver glitter cross-strap stilettos for the ceremony and reception and rose gold sneakers with pink satin ribbon laces, both designed by Kate Spade. She had two pieces of heirloom jewelry that belong to her grandmother attached to the ribbon on her bouquet: a diamond rectangular broach and a tennis bracelet with sapphires and diamonds set in yellow gold.

Her gown was a design by Sarah Seven and featured a stunning long sleeve, deep-v, lace bodice, with a sleek skirt with a train. She gifted her bridesmaids matching satin and lace blush robes for them to wear while they got ready together. She gifted her mom a satin blue robe with a floral pattern. The bridesmaids' dresses were floor length gowns in Cinnamon Rose. Her bouquet also had touches of Cinnamon Rose colored flowers and included garden roses, ranunculuses, and pops of eucalyptus.

They did their first look by the main fountain on the property in an area that was surrounded by lush trees, right next to the Victorian house.

Their ceremony was set in front of a 60-foot Oak tree. The flower girls walked down the aisle with an oversized balloon filled with pink and gold confetti. Indi, Morgan and Justin's dog, was also an integral part of the ceremony.

The reception was set in front of the historic barn on the property. The dark wood cross-back chairs perfectly complimented the fall foliage of the trees nearby. The overall aesthetic of the reception was clean and simple, with bright white linens and eucalyptus runners adorned with peach roses and other florals. The table numbers were made of circular mirrors with calligraphed etchings of the number. Their sweetheart table had its own eucalyptus runner that was placed atop a rose gold sequin linen. They had rose gold goblets on their table for wine and engraved crystal champagne glasses with each of their names and the wedding date. They had two signature cocktails: the San Francisco Delight (for where they fell in love) and the Pebble Beach Treat (for where he proposed). The guest favors were little jars of honey, a nod to Justin's last name, Hunnicutt, and Morgan's new name.

We took their sunset portraits all around the property, by the rose gardens, the winding lavender paths, on the road in front of the property, etc.

The reception took place inside the barn, where they had cake and danced the night away.

Janine Licare