haley and linden | NAPA

I first met Haley a year before her wedding. Initially I was talking to her about a possible partnership with 7×7 magazine (as she was representing that magazine at the time). Little did I know that she was also keeping us in mind for her upcoming nuptials.
Haley was an easy bride to work with and was open to creativity. She wanted a look that was clean and fresh; something understated yet elegant. I think that Haley’s wedding was also a good mixture between modern elements (clear cylinder vases with water and floating candles) and rustic elements (sandblasted grape tree )which worked well in her winery venue.

When I got the pictures back from Tanja Lippert I was excited to see that everything photographed so well. I especially liked the pictures of Haley and her husband Linden. Being the Style and Trend director for a bridal magazine I see a lot of bride and groom pictures. But it was nice because these images seemed to be taken from a fresh perspective and Tanja always brings that.


I think that my favorite part of the decor was the extremely looooong kings table. As stated above we lined this table with sandblasted grape tree and tall cylinder vases with candles. The candles had the appearance of being suspended in mid air above the guests head. When you look down the table the candles seem to go forever: Haley & Lindon may your marriage do the same.


Jonathan Asiel


PHOTOGRAPHY | tanja lippert

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