Soft and Romantic at The Palm

A lovely wedding filled with soft colors of greens and dusty blues. Exceptional attention to details made this day come to life. Roses, peonies, ranunculus, and dusty miller were the amazing blooms chosen for the fresh and fragrant bouquets. Soft dim lighting and tons of candlelight created the perfect ambiance for this beautiful day at the Palms Event Center.

Kudos to our other vendors:

Photography: Danyelle Dee Photography,     Planner: Lindsay Lauren Events

Linens: Napa Valley Linens,     Chargers: Pleasanton Rentals,     Hair: Bay Area Beautiful

Cake: Susie Cakes,      Dress: Jaime Bridal- Pleasanton

Wedding at the Palms Event Center

          Weddings at the Palm Event Center feature a gorgeous winery estate setting for the ceremony, cocktail hour, and reception. Access to beautiful private grounds including wine barrel-lined ballroom and an outdoor terrace with sweeping views of chardonnay vines. Romantic candlelight sets the mood inside, and other architectural features include crown molding, sconces, a gleaming porcelain tile floor, and hand-carved impressive wooden bar. The softly lit barrel room for the ceremony was elegantly designed in ivory and shades of plum, royal purple, and lavender.

Photographer: Eli Pitta

Palm Event Center Wedding

The Palm Event Center was a perfect venue for this elegant wedding with rustic touches. The flowers were pretty in pink from a soft blush to a deep magenta, the table linens were an elegant silver grey, while the bridesmaids looked beautiful in charcoal grey dresses. The lovely bride carried a classic rounded bouquet in all white roses and hydrangea. Her bridesmaids carried bouquets of roses, carnations, and tea roses. The elegant ceremony in the Estate Room was adorned with candelabra arrangements, cylinder vases with floating candles, and rose petals lining the aisle. The ceremony was romantic and elegant with alternating tables adorned in tall candelabra centerpieces and cylinder vases with floating candles.

The photos were captured by Lauren Sampson at East Bay Portraits.