How much do you love the romantic idea of an elopement? This styled shoot at Checker Hall in Los Angeles is going to win over your heart with its eclectic design and gorgeous couple!
Take all the b.s. notions of elopements (impersonal, lacking unique style) open up the window and let them fly away into the breeze because we are not having any of that. An elopement with design & decor that is fully eclectic, personalized, and easy to replicate, yep, we are on board! While an elopement is typically a more intimate wedding day celebration, there is no rule that says you can’t bring along your own unique sense of wedding day style or have a reception that is designed to the nines!!
The design and decor used in this shoot are directly inspired by the venue itself, Checker Hall in LA boasts eclectic furnishing and unique wallpapers. The tablescape for this elopement was creating by sourcing items directly from retail shops so that you can easily recreate the look for your own wedding day! How much do you love that?!
About the venue! Checker Hall is located on the second floor of the recently restored Highland Park Masonic Temple which was originally built in 1922 and located in L.A.’s Highland Park. Wait until you see the aqua green booth and the wallpaper just above the piano!
You know we can’t do weddings without a few shots of our couple walking in the streets, or in front of the (ahem: brick) exterior of the building, and we have those epics moments below as well!
Pops color, soft-lit candles, sweet shoulder kisses, keep scrolling to see more of this gorgeous styled elopement at Checker Hall in Los Angeles!
Ready to plan your elopment in LA? Soure the wedding vendors who brought this styled shoot to life: Photographer: Monica Linda Photography Event Planner: In the Clouds Events Floral Designer: Lovesome Blossoms Event Venue: Lodge Room Invitation Designer: BrandHaus Labs Bakery: Mwokaji Cakery Cinema and Video: Lace & Lapel Photo and Film Model: Noah Fontaine Model: Annie Theriault Makeup Artist: Beauty by Bon Bon Dress Designer: Madeleine Fig Tableware: World Market