a wild love for the world...
ReedElmer_Additional1.jpg

// Current Happenings

Red Anchor Photo / Sarina Cass specializes in wedding, newborn, family, food and lifestyle photography in Los Angeles California and New York.

Posts tagged styled shoots
Elmer & Reed: Ojai, CA

Since my move to California I have felt overwhelmed by the beauty around. Even more so in the people I have met, open to creativity, collaboration and love. All this was confirmed working with Elmer and Reed on their wedding, from start to finish it was clear how much these two worked as and in a partnership of love. I felt honored to be a witness to this most magical day in the mountains of Ojai. Thank you. Years and years of love you two!!

DIY Dried Flower Sage Smudge Sticks.
It's been so wonderful getting to know Gabby from  Cause We Can Events  and brainstorming fun projects and then actualizing them!  We have something in the works and these beautiful dried flower sage sticks are a small part of it.  Now that I know how to make them, I think y'all know what you will be getting for your birthdays.  :)

It's been so wonderful getting to know Gabby from Cause We Can Events and brainstorming fun projects and then actualizing them!  We have something in the works and these beautiful dried flower sage sticks are a small part of it.  Now that I know how to make them, I think y'all know what you will be getting for your birthdays.  :)

Gather the Sage flowers desired into a small bundle.

Gather the Sage flowers desired into a small bundle.

Wrap desired bunch with string of your choosing (we chose blue and pink for a little extra color punch!). 

Wrap desired bunch with string of your choosing (we chose blue and pink for a little extra color punch!). 

Vuala! There you have it.  Beautiful, colorful Sage Smudge sticks.  I would let them dry a few weeks before you use them.  Either as beautiful decoration or to smudge in the good and out the bad.  However you fancy!  XOOX

Vuala! There you have it.  Beautiful, colorful Sage Smudge sticks.  I would let them dry a few weeks before you use them.  Either as beautiful decoration or to smudge in the good and out the bad.  However you fancy!  XOOX