We’re holding onto summer for just a moment longer with this gorgeous summer bohemian design featured on Ruffled Blog. Set on the cliffs of El Matador State Beach, this intimate affair compliments the ocean backdrop with moody blue hues and crystalline accents. Mid-Century Modern pieces and bohemian silk textiles make this farewell to summer ideal for any California bohemian bride.





The Picks: Viceory Chairs, Harvey Table, Navy Goblets, Crystal Champagne Coupe, Silver Flatware, White China, Crystal Dinner Plate, Blue Salad Plate






From the photographer, Brittany of Blue Rose Pictures: This shoot is all about that bohemian California beach bride. She is free and natural and beautiful in her own way. She is at home on the beach and with the waves and birds all around her. She incorporates natural colors and crystals into her wedding day decor. With hand dyed silk table runners and spun fiberglass mid century design chairs, this style is California cool. The gorgeous Odelyne ceremony gown was borrowed from Solstice Bride located in Venice on the hip Abbot Kinney Blvd. The natural quartz combs in her hair are all the way from The Netherlands from Naturae designs. Beach glass escort cards with white calligraphy add to the coastal design. The cake details are just so perfect! Brush & Nib created beautiful watercolor invites and an 11×14 print to go with the shoot. We wanted to bring out the features and colors of the California Coast but keep it simple and elegant and not over styled.


Photography: Blue Rose Pictures // Sea Glass Escort Card Calligraphy: Feather and Ivy // Stylist + Planner: Brilliant Wedding Co. // Film Processing and Scans: Photovision Prints // Model: Marita Gomsrud // Dress: Solstice Bride // Hair Accessories: Naturae Design // Hair and Makeup: Beauty by Melina // Rentals: Archive Rentals // Florist: The Bloemist // Cake: Vanilla Bake Shop // Invitations and Calligraphy: Brush and Nib // Silk Table Runner: Candy Crush Shop // Broken Glass: High Tide Girl // Location: Cliffs of El Matador State Beach, Malibu



We love a good fairy-tale wedding, but this one just might take the cake. Alyssa Campanella (former Miss USA) and Torrance Coomb (who plays a prince on Reign) had the most regal wedding. Ever. The ceremony took place at Sunstone, a beautiful vineyard and winery in Santa Ynez, California. The wedding planning team Cake & Punch Productions wanted to design a wedding that reflected the couple by bringing elegant and romantic elements to life to complete this magical affair. Keep scrolling for all of the lovely details and be sure to visit the feature on The Knot!


The ceremony took place in the Provençal French courtyards of Sunstone’s majestic villa. Florist Anna Le Pley Taylor designed an alternative ceremonial arch with cascading ivory blooms and green botanicals.


Weathered oak French Bistro Chairs served as elegant Parisian-inspired ceremony seating.




Gloria, Kate and Suffolk (a mix of neutral linen and velvet textures) made a soft lounge vignette in the open fields.



A continuos row of Bingham Tables framed by café lights and bistro seating made for a family-style dining experience. A overflowing garland added a vibrant statement to the earthy, rustic palette.

April 1, 2016 - Sunstone Villa Rehersal Dinner - Coombs/Campanella by The Why We Love

“The inspiration for the wedding was a royal, romantic, elegant and private affair with ivory, greens and golds to enhance the already stunning venue,” say Christina Schneider and Erica Hartman of Cake & Punch Productions. “We love trying new things and encouraging our couples to be true to themselves, so their wedding is a reflection of their love story. Alyssa and Torrance have been a dream couple to work with and we couldn’t be happier for them!”

Congratulations Alyssa + Torrance!

xo, Archive Rentals


Wedding Planning: Cake and Punch Productions // Venue: The Sunstone Villa // Photographer/Videographer: The Why We Love // Florist: Anna Le Pley Taylor // Catering: Omni Catering // Cake/Dessert Table: Frost It Cakery // Hair/Makeup: The Blushed Company // Paper Work/Calligraphy: Linen & Leaf // DJ/Photo Booth: Epic Entertainment // Furniture: Archive Rentals // Bridal Crown: Eden Luxe Bridal // Wedding dress/Bridesmaid dresses: Lauren Elaine


Introducing NEW chic pieces just in time for Fall: Show stopping 7 ft. farmhouse windows, a sunflower-gold velvet sofa, slipcovered chairs and more. In todays inspiration, we’ve assembled a look to demonstrate how to use autumn colors and rustic windows (fresh from the farm) in an alternative, modern way. First, pair gold brocade with versatile neutral chairs… in this case, our new slip-covered Montauk Chairs. Then add warm copper tones and clean lines with the Cecil, Vince and Eli Tables. Stylish and uncomplicated but with just enough rustic charm. Frankly, the whole thing makes us want to log onto Zillow to find our dream modern farmhouse. In the mean time, we wish you a lovely transition into the Fall season!



THE PICKS: Samantha Sofa | Vince Coffee Table | Farm House Windows | Cecil Side Table | Montauk Chairs | Vintage Lantern | Farm Shutters | Gramaphone | Eli Coffee Table | Rose Gold Chair | Crosby Settee | Lennon Chairs | Graham Lamp | Drafting Table | Fruit Wood Crates | Memphis Cart | Reece Ottoman | French Oak Wine Barrel | Galvanized Nesting Buckets | Vintage Coffee Grinder | Merchant Cart | Oliver Wall Panel | Wagon Wheels | Emmett Ladder | Sammy Pie Safe | French Laundry Basket | Ava Bar

Art boards in hand our team of designers joined Robeson Design at Rancho Bernardo Inn to walk through the space and envision what Sharrah Robeson‘s wedding is going to look like. After narrowing it down from a thousand different options, classic mother vs. daughter decisions were made and the wedding was put into perspective. Talk about a fun experience! Stay tuned for more!

Our first ever Archive Cocktail Conference made it’s debut last month with a taco-tuesday inspired fiesta! We wanted to show our local industry pros a good time (parties are our specialty, after all) and did so with a little help from our friends. Inessa Nichols lent a hand with billowing bougainvillea and the most vibrant floral palette (ever). Cocktail Academy kept our colored goblets full all night with seasonal craft margaritas. Stewart Uy Photography captured the vibrant energy as guests mingled + danced the night away. A huge thank-you to El Chavo for the colorful patio and authentic tacos + churros that we are still talking about!

Get all of the stunning decor details below and don’t forget to view the full feature on Style Me Pretty Living!

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The picks: Eiffel Bar Table, Geo’s, Solana Table.

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The picks: June Sofa, Jude Coffee Table, Ali Rug, Florentina Pillows, Santiago Pillows

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The picks: Indigo Chair, Cadon Chair, Finch Side Table.

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The picks: Florence Daybed, Eiffel Chairs, Orleans Side Table, Rooney Arm Chair, Azhar Rug.

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The picks: Blush, Green, Blue, Amber and Burgundy Vintage Glass.

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The picks: Blush, Light Amethyst, Amethyst, Navy, Teal, Green + Amber Glasses.

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Backed by the Hollywood Hills, Archive’s first ever Cocktail Conference made its debut. Designers, photographers, and floral guru’s alike gathered together for a Taco Tuesday inspired fiesta. This summer party was a chance for industry professionals to get together and swap secrets (the cocktails helped with this!) Cocktail Academy mixed up seasonal fruit margaritas that paired perfectly with El Chavo’s authentic street Tacos. Inessa Nichols and her team blew us away with her vibrant summer florals, which set a perfect mexi-tropical vibe. Spirits were lively as guests ate gourmet churros while playing life-sized Jenga and Corn Hole. Dancing was a must! Spinning a mix of mariachi with classic vinyl, The Flash Dance made it impossible not to move to his funky groves. Ten o’clock came too early and guests were chanting for “one more song.” In harmony with this event’s impeccable style, photographers Stewart Uy & Connie Chang captured it all in the best of ways. Archive’s authentic yet modern furniture set the perfect ambiance for this festive night out. Rose gold flatware and chairs set a romantic tone across the space while colorful pops from authentic Mexican pillows completed the palette. The unique assortment of lounge furniture + an eclectic array of accessories accented the venue’s vibrant colored walls. If it weren’t for the Hollywood hills backdrop, one would think this party was set in Tulum.


Photographer: Stewart Uy Photography // Florist: Inessa Nichols // DJ: THE FLASHDANCE // Bartender: Cocktail Academy // Rentals: Archive Rentals // Venue + Food : El Chavo