There is something special about a historically rich traditional chapel wedding. Each detail comes to light and the focus is centered on the meaning of the union. The right location can bring and elegance that is unmatched. Now image if that location is also on the same property that offers luxury accommodations for your guests and exquisite on-site options for your reception! Let us introduce you to just that venue with this stunning editorial planned and designed by Sunny California Weddings featuring the Mission Inn Hotel & Spa in Riverside, California. At first, this gorgeous gallery captured by Jeremy Chou Photography naturally had us hooked and gasping over the spectacular YSA Makino from Mon Amie Bridal Salon. Diving deeper into each magnificent image, it's hard not to also fall in love with the St. Francis of Assisi Chapel and the European charm of the venue.

Historically Rich Traditional Chapel Wedding

Framed by its breathtaking Spanish Mission-style architecture, the Mission Inn Hotel & Spa is a venue where rich history and classic elegance exist in perfect balance with contemporary luxury and comfort. Whether seeking an inspirational setting for your wedding or the perfect backdrop for a romantic getaway, this venue easily becomes a grand stage for a celebration. Using the St. Francis of Assisi wedding Chapel as the main backdrop we can see how exquisitely embellished the setting is with jewel-toned stained glass panels and a meticulously gilded 18-karat gold leaf Raya's alter. Melding the opulent ambience with a soft white and peach color palette with lush floral arrangements by Irises Designs a sophisticated and timeless mood emanates romance. The selection of the YSA Makino bridal gown is pure perfection. This designer is known for the fusion of sensuality and attention to traditional detail. The pastel green dress of Lumière is impeccable for a second look option. This translation of elegance shows how rich history can become part of your own story, infusing every moment of a fairytale wedding with romance and splendor of the grander era. Who doesn't love that!?