A Romantic Beach Wedding at the Marion Davies Beach House in Santa Monica, California

Jennifer and Scott live in Brooklyn, but decided to have get married in Jennifer's hometown of Santa Monica. This small beach wedding overlooking the

Jennifer and Scott live in Brooklyn, but decided to have get married in Jennifer's hometown of Santa Monica. This small beach wedding overlooking the Pacific Ocean was also took romantic inspiration from the site of the reception, the 1920s Marion Davies Beach House.

White sweet peas were combined with succulents for a simple, yet striking bridesmaid bouquet.
Large white garden roses and peonies complemented by succulents made up Jennifer's bridal bouquet.
A dahlia bud, scabiosa pod and burlap string created a masculine boutonniere.
Large pastel pink dahlias decorated the reception space.
Weathered cans and mercury glass vases held an assortment of succulents, peonies, roses, dahlias and sea shells.
Blue frames, decorated with a subtle wave pattern, held the table numbers.
The escort cards featured a tiny blue starfish at the top, a nod to the beach location.
Edible fresh flowers topped some of the hors d'oeuvres, which included sashimi and sushi.
The wedding arch was made from old driftwood tied together with rope. A large dried starfish decorated one corner, highlighting the beach setting.
Jennifer's strapless, lace Jim Hjelm gown was elegant, yet beachy at the same time. She wore her hair in a simple chignon and accessorized with a pair of statement earrings.
The couple held their ceremony overlooking the Pacific Ocean at the Santa Monica beach.
Sand colored linens added a subtle beachy feel to the nearly all-white decor.
The beachside ceremony featured subtle nautical decor and plants.