This stunning shoot combines modern couture elopement style with a breathtaking view of the Malibu mountains and luxe minimalist details! Matthew Nigel Photography captured intimate portraits of the bride and groom against the stunning vistas of Malibu Rocky Oaks Estate Vineyard at the workshop hosted by Donny Zavala and Joy Proctor Design!
Modern Couture Elopement Style in Black and White
These stunning portraits manage to capture both the intimacy of the high fashion elopement and the eye catching views of . the Santa Monica mountains. With the breathtaking vistas from the Malibu winery on full display, Joy Proctor Design wisely opted to keep the couple’s style minimalist, modern, and utterly luxe. The couture Musat wedding dress combined clean lines and a plunging neckline with a silk chiffon skirt for a flowing and romantic silhouette. An elegant updo and nude heels complemented the modern chic bridal look to perfection! The groom kept things black tie appropriate in a classic tuxedo, but the olive branch boutonniere served as a nod to the minimalist organic details.
An intimate table set for the reception overlooked the sun kissed hills of Malibu and Santa Monica, dusted with orange groves, olive trees, and leafy vines. The linen chairs and vintage settee created an intimate dinner party at the mountain estate, with a palette of sage and olive green that echoed the Southern California mountains. Modern white china and gold flatware created an elegant tabletop with a simple olive branch runner to add an organic touch.
PHOTO CREDITS –
Photography by Matthew Nigel Photography | Venue: Malibu Rocky Oaks Estate Vineyard | Workshop Hosted by Donny Zavala | Event Design by Joy Proctor Design | Floral Design by Plenty of Petals | Wedding Dress by Musat | Bride’s Shoes from Bella Belle Shoes | Hair Styling and Makeup by Symmetry Beauty by Nyrie | Groom’s Attire from Mr. Tuxedo | Stationery Design by The Idea Emporium | Event Rentals from The Tent Merchant | Linen Rentals from La Tavola Fine Linen | Submitted via Matchology