California Coastal: Design No. 6 from My Hotel Del Coronado Photo Shoot

Hey Ya’ll,

We’re nearing the end of my wedding design series inspired by the beautiful Hotel Del Coronado. Today, I’m shining the spotlight on our beach wedding design: California Coastal!

The Hotel Del Coronado is situated on one of the most pristine beaches in Southern California so it was only fitting to take advantage of their good fortune and create a wedding that allowed guests to partake in the priceless views, experience the sand between their toes.

This design combines the beauty of the ocean with a stunning sunset.

Wildflower Linen’s Homestead Bahama Blue linen brought the softness of the water to the beach. Alternating Organic Ivory Twirl Chair Caps and Bahama Blue Chair Sleeves with Ivory and Khaki Panels and a Seashell accent were the perfect compliment to the traditional beach wedding.

We created centerpieces as organic as the the beach itself by using succulents, drift wood, coral, seashells, white hydrangea, and blue thistle. These lovely arrangements produced just the right amount of spin to give this otherwise natural reception space a current and fashionable flair.

What do you think of the beach wedding we created? Let me know in the comment section below.

Design: YourBASH!  (
Linens: Wildflower Linens (
Menus/Name Cards: Jennifer Sbranti for Hostess with the Mostess (
Florals: Dawn Stone (
Chairs and Chargers: Raphael’s (
Stylist: Keylee Sanders (
Dress: Ines Di Santos
Jewelry & Veil: Haute Bride
Decor photography: SeanTwomey (
Fashion photography: Anthony Elgort  (
Hair and Make-up: Lisa G (

3 thoughts on “California Coastal: Design No. 6 from My Hotel Del Coronado Photo Shoot

  1. I love the Del. That’s my dream location for a wedding. I think you guys did an amazing job. I love the white and blue colors. This is a beautiful location and the design is amazing! Congratulations.

  2. Brian, this is beautiful. Every detail is absolutely perfect. I don’t know how you do it but every day I am impressed to see what you’ve done.

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