Wedding Inspiration: An SF couple throws a colorful masquerade in Big Sur

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All the bells and whistles came out for this bash—colors, candy, and a stunning coastline.

Miya Naiditch and Adam Lehrke decided to have their prismatic fête at Big Sur Stone House, and it's no wonder why. From every corner of the property, there were stunning panoramas of the Pacific Coast. It also came as no surprise that the couple's decor was as vibrant as a confectionary shop—the light-hearted lovers are brimming with energy and giggled all the way through their big day.

Nearly all of the decorations were created by Naiditch—a feat for a bride, as anyone who has planned a wedding knows—and every little detail was carefully considered and mapped out. A few close friends and family members helped to get everything set up for the ceremony, and ensured that each facet properly represented Naiditch and Lehrke's intentions.

The day went by without a hitch. The groom got ready at a separate property five minutes away, and Naiditch stayed calm and collected, helping everyone else get ready. It wasn't until the final moments after putting on her dress that it became apparent just how nervous she really was. However, once she walked down the aisle and saw her husband to be, that quickly turned to glee.

"After the ceremony, we made our way down to one of the beautiful Big Sur beaches nearby where Miya and Adam ran around like little kids, laughed and just enjoyed each other's company," says photographer, Alex Zyuzikov. "All we had to do was capture those moments of happiness."

After the beach, the newlyweds were welcomed by their guests to dinner. Heartwarming speeches were made, and everyone danced while the sun slowly set in the distance.

Venue: Big Sur Stone House

Event designer: Ciel Bleu Events

Photography: Alex Zyuzikov of RedSphere Studios

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