Meant to BEE

In Napa Valley, CA at the Silverado Resort & Spa a beautiful wedding ceremony at the Grove was held. This bride was looking for a clean white bouquet with hydrangeas and tibet roses. The groom wore a ivory rose and freesia boutonniere. 

The ceremony site was decorated with six short glass arrangements placed on barrels. The chairs had hanging mercury jars with white roses and lisianthks that would later be repurposed to the tables at cocktail hour for rustic centerpieces. Lightly scattered down the aisle were white rose petals. 

At the reception the tables were all set around a variety of different centerpieces. The centerpieces included glass hourglass vases and rectangular wooden boxes filled with hydrangea, roses, lisianthks, green ti leaves, and eucalyptus.  At the guestbook was a long and low arrangement with a similar floral selection. The cake was decorated with hydrangea, tibet roses, and white majolica roses. As guest departed they were gifted a jar of local honey, at this table rested a sign that read "meant to BEE" and the table was accented with bud vases of majolica roes, dahlias, jasmine, and lisianthks. 

Photo shout out to Ken Viale Photography