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Hii! I'm Danyelle. 26. Wife. Dog Mom. Wine Lover and an extreme Netflix Binger. Welcome to my Journal of all things Wedding Related! 

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Wow, what can I say about this day?! Not only was this GreyStone Mansion Inspiration Shoot an absolute dream, we had the best lighting and just barely missed the rain that came in later that day! Between the gorgeous light, and exquisite blush details & florals, this day was incredible. The historic mansion originally built in 1927  has an overwhelming sense of grandeur which naturally makes it a popular venue for weddings and lavish ceremonies attended by many of Hollywood’s elite. I am still in awe of this location!

I am so blessed that I had the opportunity to travel down to LA for this amazing workshop hosted by Alicia Mink. We learned all about the financial aspects of running a Photography Business and ended the day with this absolutely GreyStone Mansion Inspiration Shoot in Beverly Hills.  I was really excited to be able to venture down south to photograph in Southern California. As a northern California girl, I always get so jealous of the beautiful areas down in the LA area and man, this area did not disappoint. Not only was the venue stunning, the dress and florals were as well. I mean just take a look! Everything complimented each other so well! 


Photographer: Danyelle Dee Photography

Workshop Host: Alicia Mink Photo

Design, Styling, & Florals: Maher Haroun

Venue: Greystone Mansion

HMUA: Beauty Bespoken

Bride model: Sarah Maycurd

Groom model: Josh Ross

Calligraphy: Olive Saint Lily

Vintage stamps: Little Postage House

Dress: Claire Pettibone

Shoes: Bella Belle

Suit: Friar Tux

Silk ribbon: Tono + Co


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