Asymmetric Colors

In Sonoma, CA at the Cornerstone Gardens this stunning couple were married at the lily pond under an asymmetric floral alter using an assortment of roses, lisianthks, peach berries, olive branches, eucalyptus, pink hydrangea, dahlias, and astilbe. At the beginning of the aisle were two large chair pieces of colorful blooms and greenery to be repurposed later at the wedding reception on the bride and groom's chairs. There to ensure the beautiful day and ensure smooth transitions was they amazing staff from Sugar Rush Events.

The bride selected a very textured bouquet full of colors and greens. While her bridal party carried a smaller replica of her bouquet using juliette roses, astilbe, pink lisianthks, pink ranunculus, peach berries, maiden hair, olive, ruscus, and eucalyptus. The groom wore a boutonniere with bright pink tea roses, astilbe, ruscus, and seeded eucalyptus. While his groomsmen wore coral spray tea roses, ruscus, and eucalyptus boutonnieres. 

At the wedding reception everyone moved to the barn and tent. The tent was delivered by Encore Events Rentals and linens were supplied by Napa Valley Linens. As guest headed to the resection site they signed in at the escort table which, was decorated with a summer arrangement that used lots of roses, color, and greens. Under the tent the tables were set and in the middle rested a large footed dish full of peach, blush, pink, and coral blooms accented with rich greenery.

Photography by Andrew Weeks Photography.