A Little Extra Sweetness

A bouquet of sugar so stunning it could easily be confused with a gorgeous bunch of flowers. Spun sugar that melts in your mouth. Sweet pink clouds are the stuff weddings are made of and cotton candy has been bringing us delight since the days of our youth. In a recent Red Corduroy Media Group styled shoot, photographer Christina Bentheim had the models eating cotton candy out of each others hands.

The shoot took place on the Santa Monica Pier and, as holds true whenever brides and grooms are out in public, the models drew quite an audience. The crowd was likely focused on the little touches that made the shoot so unique, like the hot pink and black sneakers; the gorgeous pink, purple, and white flowers that emulated the look of spun sugar; the statement jewelry that added to the brides’ already stunning looks; and the funky accessories the men rocked with ultimate poise.

But it was the cotton candy that truly set the tone for the photos. Sweet, light, and playful; just like love should be. If more people fed each other cotton candy on a regular basis, perhaps the world would be filled with a bit more love.

We have a feeling a bouquet of spun sugar mixed in between bunches of fresh flowers will become the newest trend in weddings. A little extra sweetness for an already bountiful love.


Event organizer/Stylist- Emma Smith Couture Clicks ( Emma Jane Photography)

Wardrobe- La Belle Elaines (Seattle)

Accessories- Renee Pawele Bride (Orange County)

Floral- My Wedding Blooms (Los Angeles)

Hair/Makeup- TM makeup and Hair (Los Angeles)

Christina is also a proud DIAMOND member of Snapknot

  • Brenda

    Love their sneakers!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Jayne P.

    Wow, these images are all so gorgeous, love the vibrant colors – very refreshing!ReplyCancel

  • Moni Lee

    OMG I love her whole look. The dress, the flowers, and the amazing cowboy hat. Love!ReplyCancel

  • Pauline

    The photos are wonderful. The last photo is my favorite!
    Really like his tie too :)ReplyCancel

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