Sophisticated Intimacy at Wente Vineyards

Wente Vineyards is one of the best wedding venues, from the caves, to the lawn, or inside the winery, there are endless opportunities for wedding design! For our brides bouquet, we arranged a formal romantic pairing of sahara roses, gardenias, lisi, brovardia, and fressia. The grooms boutonniere was a single white tea rose with hints of ruscus. At the beginning of the aisle inside the cave, we placed two large barrel arrangements of blush and cream florals with hints of greenery. For the pews, we placed floating candles inside of cylinder vases. Candle light is the key to romance! We placed bud vases with off white roses at each of the cocktail tables. At the reception, we arranged low lush centerpieces that sat in an elegant gold footed dish. These were arranged using the same bridal blooms as the other arrangements.

Photography by Lori Rittinger Photography

Dress by Demetrios

Suit by Calvin Klein

Hair and Makeup by Kathryn at Bay Area Beautiful

Catering and Cake by Wente

Lighting by Fantasy Sound Events

Rentals from Pleasanton Rentals

Black Tie Elegance at The University Club of San Francisco

The University o Club of San Francisco is an elegant historic clubhouse atop Nob Hill, a location known for holding the city's culture and classy events. Our bride’s wedding was a traditional formal black tie affair that embodied elegance. For the bride’s bouquet, we arranged roses, gardenias, and hydrangeas, with hints white phelo orchids cascading down. The groom’s boutonniere was a unique white phelo orchid paired with ruscus. For the flower girl, we arranged a small nosegay of white roses as well as an adorable princess crown. At the ceremony, you are greeted by large white floral arrangements at the head of the altar. Down the sides of the aisle, we laid soft white rose petals. For the pews, we placed trio’s of cylinder vases with floating candles which really set the romantic mood for the ceremony. Half of the centerpieces at the reception were rounded textured arrangements that sat in hourglass vase, arranged using hydrangea, roses, tea roses and no greenery. The other centerpieces were full and formal low lush arrangements in gold footed dishes that were made to match the taller arrangements, however we added in ranunculas to give it a slight contrast. At the sweetheart table, we placed a long and low arrangement with orchids spilling over the front of the table. Lastly, we topped the cake with fresh bridal blooms.

Photography by Nirav Patel Photography

Gown by Justin Alexander, purchased from Paris Connection in San Francisco

Hair by Maggie Gomes

Makeup by Kristy Harris

Tuxedo from Hugo Boss, purchased from Bloomingdales

Linens from Napa Valley Linens

Plates from Pleasanton Rentals

Cake from Natty Cakes

Catering by The University Club

Rustic Charm at Murrieta's Well

Murrieta’s Well in Livermore, California is a breathtaking venue that perfectly embodies rustic romance, a common theme in weddings these days. For our bride’s bouquet, we arranged white and creme garden roses and ranunculas paired with silver dollar, olive and seeded eucalyptus. For the bridesmaids, we arranged smaller versions of the bride’s bouquet, but adding in hints of blush florals. At the altar, we placed hanging mason jar arrangements on the first, middle, and last set of pews. We covered the aisle in white and blush rose petals. At the beginning of the aisle sat two small barrel arrangements. The ceremony was held at night under small lights which gave a soft romantic feel. On the seating chart, we placed a corner piece arrangement that held For the receptions centerpieces, we wrapped a eucalyptus garland with tucked in roses around a trio of floating candles. At the head table, a 22 foot garland ran down the entire table. This was also surrounded by floating candles. Lastly, we topped the beautiful wedding cake wish soft blush tea roses.

Photography by One Love Photography

Dress from Pronovias

Suit from Kenneth Cole

Hair and makeup by Bay Area Beautiful

Cake by Wente

Rentals from Murrieta’s Well