A Warner Brothers Backlot Wedding, you say? Yes, it happened! And a wedding taking place at this iconic slice of history doesn’t happen often. The backlot only allows for a handful of weddings per year, and the couples tying the knot there must have a deep connection to Warner Brothers and the entertainment industry. Such is the case with Erin + Charlie. Erin’s father is a TV producer and the backlot provided such a meaningful and unique backdrop for her + Charlie’s wedding.
Everything about this day was perfect. The timeless black and white color palette, giving nod to vintage Hollywood films, the stunning florals, the bride’s vintage wedding dress, the marquee ceremony backdrop, their awesome confetti exit, and so much more. Big congrats to these two amazing people on their absolutely stunning wedding!

Erin’s vintage-inspired engagement ring is one of my favorites I’ve ever photographed.


The bride wore a beautiful vintage wedding dress from Happy Isles Salon in Hollywood. It was featured on Harper’s Bazaar for this fun write up – 5 Foolproof Ways to Shop Vintage Wedding Dresses!

These two were the cutest flower girls ever! I loved capturing these images of the two of them in “Paris” on the backlot!


I loved the bridesmaids classic black bridesmaid dresses! Perfect.

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Get ready for my all-time favorite wedding confetti exit! The most fun way to make your way down the aisle as husband and wife!

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When hosting a Warner Brothers Backlot Wedding, take photos on “New York street”!

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Photography: Greg Ross // Planning: Rachel Jennings Productions // Venue: Warner Brothers // Wedding Dress: Happy Isles Salon // Wedding Invitations: Swell Press // Videography: Miguel Garcia Studios // Second Shooter: Dennis Roy Coronel // Film Stock: Kodak // Film Lab: Goodman Film Lab