The deep, rich, and bright colors of this wedding really captured the passion in the relationship between Todd and Lance. The succulents used in the bouquets along with the orchids were a great hit, as were the monkey tails used to accent their boutonnieres.
The ceremony was held outside at Wente's Murrieta's Well, one of our favorite intimate venues in Livermore. This was the debut of our new arch, we filled it with matching florals from the bouquets and centerpieces. The bright colors really drew the guests eyes to the front where our grooms stood. The flower girl basket was also beautiful, the arrangement placed in a basket provided by our grooms was a hit. The flower girl didn't want to put it down she loved it so much.
After the ceremony the couple and the guests moved inside of the barn that is located at Murrieta's well. With the rustic feel that the wood gives inside the barn, the submerged orchids and candles really shined.
The arch was also brought inside to frame the sweetheart table. The couple sat in the front of the room, where all attention was on them and they could easily interact with their guests no matter where they were seated or dancing at in the room. We made sure to leave a special flower for our grooms on each of their napkins. It's the little things that matter.
This was the first gay wedding that The Flower House was invited to participate in and we were so excited and honored to be part of such a special day for our couple.
Congratulations Todd and Lance, and thank you for allowing us to be a part of this.