Lemon Sunshine: Megan & Justin’s Yellow Wedding

A Newport Beach wedding filled with sunny joy and smiles

When I spotted Megan and Justin’s sweet and sunny wedding on OneWed, it instantly made me smile. Everything about this adorable young couple and their wedding just screams *fun*! From the bright and whimsical lemon blossom bouquets to the sunny textile prints of the tablecloths, this is a feel-good party with charm to spare. Talented up-and-coming photo Alicia Danielle captured every detail.




The bridesmaids wore matching handmade hair accessories — they’re just like the brooch on the sash of Megan’s dress!


Justin’s super-cool, unique black wedding band is made of Tungsten, a metal that’s stronger than gold or platinum. Tungsten mining also has less environmental impact than gold or silver mining.


Megan’s dress proves that modest can be fabulous! LDS weddings call for somewhat conservative attire, and Megan rocks a sweet short-sleeved design that’s fresh, modern, and beautiful.


This is some of the most eco-friendly bridesmaids attire I’ve seen in a while. Are the dresses made of bamboo? Are they vintage? Nope. But those flattering little black dresses, cute gray sweaters, and comfy black flats are absolute wardrobe staples, which means that that these bridesmaids will *really* wear them again and again. And one of the most Earth-friendly things you can do is to extend the lifecycle of all of the products you buy — it reduces your consumption and your overall carbon footprint.




The ceremony was held in Yorba Linda, followed by a reception at a private home in Newport Beach. And did we mention the scenery??





Notice how the circles in the tablecloth match the whimsical cake design, which echoes the round shape of the lemon slices in the vase. Coordinating shapes and colors this way gives the whole wedding an effortlessly put-together vibe.


Thanks again to Alicia Danielle for sending me these pics on short notice and being such a wonderful photographer and great sport!

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  1. Does anyone know where the tablecloths that were used in this wedding are from? I absolutely love them.

  2. Hey! It’s always nice to see someone else out there that realizes we’re trying to be a little green! That’s correct that tungsten mining doesn’t have as adverse effects as other metals usually used in wedding bands!

  3. What a fun wedding. The photographer really captured everything from the details to where ever those amazing wheat shots where takin….. great job.

  4. What gorgeous photos! I especially love the ones of the couple in the grass field. They are just breath taking!

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