Dreamy Elegance at The Palm Event Center

The Palm Event Center in Pleasanton, California is a gorgeous venue with endless amounts of of rustic decor. Our bride visualized a beautiful and classy wedding with a cohesive design. For her bouquet, we arranged pieces of hydrangea, garden roses, peonies, and ranunculas in a variety of whites, cremes, and soft blush pinks. The bridesmaids had the same bouquet as the bride, but a smaller version. The groom and groomsmen boutonnieres were made using a super blush tea rose and accents of ruscus and eucalyptus. At the first, middle, and last pew aisles, we placed a trio of cylinder vases with floating candles inside. Down the sides of the aisle were scattered white rose petals. At the beginning of the aisle and at the altar, we placed the large centerpieces from the reception on elegant hourglass vases. These arrangements were made using white and soft blush florals, not incorporating much greenery. The other centerpieces at the reception were low lush arrangements that matched the large ones, but with a bit more accents of greenery. Down the head table we repurposed all of the wedding party bouquets as decor. Lastly, we topped the wedding cake with fresh bridal florals.

Photography by Adam J Clark Photography

Gown from Trudy’s Bridal

Bridesmaid Dresses from ASOS

Makeup by Nubia Bernard

Groomsmen’s Suits from Vito’s Tuxedos in Modesto, California

Cake by Cake Delight

Rentals from Napa Valley Linens

Lighting and Drapes from Enhanced Lighting and Sound

DJ’d by Elite Entertainment

Tasteful Elegance at Wente Vineyards

Love is love! We all have the right to marry whoever we cant, no matter who they are. Everyone deserves love and happiness! Wente Vineyards in Livermore, California is a gorgeous venue that has endless possibilities for wedding design. Our couple envisioned a classy, elegant, and tasteful wedding. For the bride’s bouquet, we arranged soft garden florals in colors of white, blush, lavender/muave, and a splash of wine. The florals used were garden roses, lisanthis, tea roses, and scabiosa with darker and sage ruscus greenery. The bridesmaid bouquets were smaller versions of the bride’s using all the same florals. For the second bride, we paired her sexy suit with a white tea rose boutonniere. We covered a TFH rounded altar with lots of greenery and added in white, wine, and lavender florals. For the centerpieces, we arranged a medium sized low lush arrangement that sat in a gold cylinder dish, using bridal blooms, greenery, and added pieces of hydrangea. Lastly, we added small clusters of flowers and greenery to the top of the wedding cake.

Photography by Nightingale Photography

Cake by Wente

Glam by Maria Lee

Gown by Amy Kushel

Bridesmaid Dresses from Weddington Way

Tuxedo by Antonio Soto, Sharpe Suiting in Los Angeles

Winter Wonderland at The Olympic Club

This December wedding had cohesive hues of elegance, romance, and uniqueness throughout every last detail. This gorgeous affair was held at The Olympic Club located in San Francisco, California. For the bride’s bouquet, we arranged a cascading style arrangement of white roses, scabiosa, ranunculus, with pops of red wine throughout. The bridesmaids had smaller versions of the brides bouquet, without a cascade. The groom’s boutonniere was a white single calla lilly with hints of evergreen. At the altar, we had tall textured arrangements with dripping greenery, using the same flowers as the bouquets. At the reception, we arranged low lush centerpieces with lots of movement that sat in elegant gold footed dishes. These were made using scabiosa, ranunculus, and roses. Tucked into each napkain was a holiday greenery garnishment. Lastly, on one of the cakes, we cascaded white and wine roses down the front.

Photography by Loic Nicolas Photography

Gown from J’aime Bridal, by Essence of Australia

Bridesmaid Dresses from J’aime Bridal, by Bill Levkoff

Hair and Makeup by The Traveling Stylist - artists Adela Lopez and assistant Kendy

Cakes from Cakes Made By M.E.

Chairs and linens from Napa Valley Linens