When this amazing location was offered to Bridal Store owner Samantha Popa, she could not resist the temptation for a photoshoot. Falcon View Bel Air is a home so beautiful and with even more beautiful owners, Steve and Donna Antebi.
The Sister of Honor photoshoot was a mix of Beverly Hills meets Alice and Wonderland. A Sister of Honor has the roles of a Maid of Honor, but a more important title. Because for those of us who have sisters or know them, there is just nothing like the relationship between family, and especially sisters. The designs by Andrea’s For the Bride come in a variety of colors for Brides who want their bridal parties in amazing dresses made just for them.
We began the shoot with our rehearsal dinner looks - our bride staring at her beautiful ring on the couch with her amazing detachable dace bow skirt and her sister inside looking sexy and sedative in black and silver high low knock out dress.
We stepped outside by the waterfall for our destination weddings look which was filled with gorgeous light fabrics and beautiful embellished details. These slit dresses are just perfect for a beach wedding. The bride took more of a boho chic look outside by the pool in a strapless empire waist flowing dress with a Something Treasured headpiece to complete the look.
Our glam shot of the stairway showing the glamorous see through silver and white lace train simply takes our breath away.
We shot the short veil outside by the infinity pool surrounded by the hills in the background, capturing the essence of a modest bride awaiting her unveiling.
Finally, the girls entered their fairytale land equipped with a mini mansion that belongs in a movie.
The final look required something special - a bouquet to fit in a world of wonderland with pink dresses and white lace. So stylist Samantha had Zina of The Four Seasons Flowers and Designs on Sunset Blvd, hand die Sun Flowers. They were the perfect touch to add to these beautiful strapless A line customized spring bridal fashions.
Photography: The Rose Weddings // Dress Designer: Madeleine Fig