Now booking photo & video 2021 + 2022

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Central Coast, Santa Barbara Wedding

Wedding

The central coast of California, Santa Barbara to be specific might be my new favorite California wedding location.

After Brooke and Logan’s Hawaii wedding was postponed multiple times they decided to keep things close to home and picked a private estate in Santa Barbara. It overlooked the central coast of California with a beautiful view of the sunset and ocean. All of their family and friends traveled to Santa Barbara to celebrate them in a big way. Their wedding coordinator and floral designer, Tyler Speier did such a great job bringing simple elements but making it out of this world beautiful.

From the first look to the last dance, Brooke, Logan, and the amazing team of vendors made every detail perfect. Their first look was something from a magazine, it reminded me of Europe.

They were married by a friend, just as the sun was setting over the central coast. The floral archway at the end of the isle was such a statement piece, and one that I definitely overshot! It was so beautiful I couldn’t resist!

They ended the night with homemade pizza and drinks. Their family and friends gathered around the fire and stayed warm with hand warmers and blankets.

This was our first time shooting photo and video in Santa Barbara. It definitely will not be our last because the central coast stole our hearts! We are so honored to shoot both photo and video for their special day!

Mersadi Olson is a husband wife team that specializes in elopements and intimate weddings. Ready to book your wedding or elopement with Mersadi and Jay? Send us a message, HERE! We are booking 2021 and 2022! Our bags are packed and we are ready to travel with you!

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