Magical Romance at The Martinelli Event Center

Colorful weddings just fill us with joy! Although white and blush flowers are the standard for elegance, you can still make an unforgettable romantic affair while integrating some color into your design! This romantic wedding took place at Martinelli’s Event Center at Garre Winery located in Livermore, California. For the bride’s bouquet, we arranged a bohemian styled pairing of dark burgundy roses, garden roses, tea roses, scabiosa, dahlias, and small sunflowers, with lots of olive and eucalyptus greenery. The maid of honor’s bouquet was a smaller version of the bride’s bouquet, using the same florals. The flower girls had small princess crowns made with eucalyptus greenery and a touch of dark red scabiosa. The groom’s boutonniere was a burgundy red tea rose, with a small scabbiosa pod and a hint of ruscus. At the ceremony, we placed the reception centerpieces on barrels at the front of the altar to brighten up the ceremony. The reception centerpieces were low lush arrangements that sat in a clear glass cylinder vase. These were arranged using sunflowers, burgundy roses and dahlias, and lots of greenery. Lastly, we topped the cake with sunflowers and burgundy florals. A beautiful and cohesive wedding, we are so proud to have been a part of this magical affair!

Photography by Levente Photography - @levente.photography ⁠

Hair and Makeup by Carly and Alex from Bay Area Beautiful - @bayareabeautiful ⁠ ⁠

Gown by Kenneth Winston - @kennethwinston ⁠

Suits from Men’s Warehouse - @menssuitwarehouse

Gluten Free Wedding Cake made by Zest Bakery - @zestbakery

Desserts made by Cake Delight

Photobooth from Moments to Memories

DJ’d by Steve Perry

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

Evening Elegance at Murrieta's Well

Murrieta’s Well Winery here in Livermore, California, is the perfect venue if you are looking for a rustic theme with breathtakingly beautiful views. Our bride envisioned a simple, yet beautiful, rustic wedding, with pops of color. When you first enter the wedding, you are greeted by a unique glass welcome sign topped with a gorgeous eucalyptus garland with pops of burgundy and white flowers. For the bride’s bouquet, we arranged a bohemian style pairing of white garden roses, dahlias, tea roses, with hints of ruscus, olive, and eucalyptus. For the bridesmaid bouquets, we created a smaller version of the brides’, adding in wine dahlias and red scabiosa to match their red cabernet dresses. The groom’s boutonniere was a white freesia with greenery. Above the rustic barn door at the altar, we hung a 26 foot eucalyptus garland with pops of burgundy and white flowers. We also placed some of the reception centerpiece’s on barrels throughout the ceremony to cohesively tie everything together. The centerpieces were low lush arrangements sitting in a wood box, with lots of greenery and movement using whites, blush, and merlot florals. Lastly, we topped the wedding cake with a small cluster of wine and creme colored florals.

Photography by Robin Jolin Photography

Gown by Anne Barge, purchased from And Something Blue in San Francisco

Hair and Makeup by Dreamcatcher Artistry

Suit by Daniel George

Rentals from Pleasanton Rentals

Cake and catering by Murrieta’s Well