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What do you get when you mix a jaw dropping warehouse venue with the cutest couple ever? You get today’s awesome wedding, courtesy of Tayler Ashley Photography. Scarlett and Tyler were married on 19th April 2019 at Smoky Hollow Studios in Los Angeles, which is such a cool wedding venue. A Studio warehouse venue with so many opportunities for amazing photos and cool wedding details. Scarlett and Tyler have been together for 8 years and look stunning together, their whole wedding party is super cool and they have finished off every last details of this wedding to perfection.
If you’ve never been to Smoky Hollow Studio in Los Angeles, you MUST go. It is the coolest spot to host an event, especially a wedding! What was Scarlett’s favourite part about this spot? “How industrially chic everything was! Every corner we turned was an opportunity for amazing photos. We didn’t have to do too much to bring the space to life.” This day couldn’t have been more beautiful, and what an incredible group of family and friends these two have!
The couple’s favourite part of their wedding, and mine too, was the first look. “ It was unexpectedly emotional, and it was surreal just being together at that moment knowing that we were going to get married so soon. Not only because all the months of planning was coming to life, but also because it was the end of our 8 year dating journey and the day we were anticipating for so long was actually happening”. Yep, these two dated for 8 years! Tyler popped the question at one of the coolest spots, Havasupai falls.
These guys put so much love and care into making their wedding incredibly special. “I know it’s a lot to plan, but in the end, your family and friends are celebrating you and your fiance, so try not to get caught up in the small details. Your wedding will be perfect no matter what!”. They couldn’t have said it better, their industrial Los Angeles wedding was just that, perfect!
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