Colorful Enchantment at Sunol's Casa Bella

Pretty in Pink!! Our bride's bouquet was a bright floral bouquet complimented by it's dark green accents. We used shades of light pinks and magentas, including garden roses, sweetpeas, tulips, and ranunculas, with accents of stock, ferns, and ruscus. The bridesmaids bouquets were smaller, simpler versions of the bride's bouquet. The pink florals complimented the slate blue bridesmaid dresses beautifully! For the groom's boutonniere, we arranged a super blush pink tea rose with an accent of ruscus. The altar was a gazebo-like structure that we decorated with drapery and a floral corner piece of the left side using the same bridal blooms as the bouquets and greenery. We repurposed this altar arrangement and moved it over to the sweetheart table at the reception! Down the aisle we scattered white and light pink rose petals. The centerpieces at the reception were low lush arrangements that sat in a glass cylinder, with loose greenery flowing out. Overall, this wedding turned out absolutely perfect and we are so happy to have been a part of the magic!!

Photography by Tylar Delegeane Photography - @tylardelegeanephoto ⁠

Coordinated by Leann Jackson (from Casa Bella)

Hair and Makeup by Status Salon - @statussalonagency ⁠

Gown from Bianca’s Bridal Couture - @biancasbridalcouture ⁠

DJ’d by Soundwave Mobile DJ

Woodsy meets Elegance

The Brazilian Room in beautiful Tilden Park is both elegant and unique. The outdoor ceremony site is surrounded by a lush green meadow and wooded areas of redwoods and oaks. This couple kept the outdoors theme throughout the ceremony with white flowers cascading in and out of the aisle, abundant ferns, and rustic elegant lanterns. The bride's style was old Hollywood elegance and her lovely textured bouquet was abundant with roses, scabiosa, tea roses, orchids, and silver dollar eucalyptus. Her bridesmaids sparkled in navy and gold dresses and carried rich vibrant bouquets of magenta, deep plum and blush pink. The reception held inside the Brazilian Room was rich, bold, and enchanting. Deep magenta floral arrangements popped against the dark navy linens, gold candelabras and charges added brightness and shimmer, and details of butterflies and hummingbirds added enchanting touches.

This lovely and enchanting event was captured by Marielle Hayes Photography

Summer Lovin' at Ruby Hill

This bride's bouquet is in the running for one of our favorites! The mix of white hydrangea, white roses, green berries and green cymbidium orchids is just so unique and couldn't be more perfect for a summer wedding. We kept the bride and her bridesmaids in sync but used green hydrangea, green broccoli, sangria stock, white lisi and green berries for the girls to give them a nice pop against their lavender dresses. The look was such a nice contrast of color against the lavender with the green and sangria for a really fresh summer look!  To keep the groom in sync with his bride we created his boutonniere using a lime green mini cam orchid which really popped against his dark grey tux.

For the altar arrangements we used our terra cotta urns to add another fun summer element and really filled it with a full rounded arrangement in greens, whites and an accent of sangria. We love how fresh and fun it turned out! The greens really give it a lot of life - which is once again, perfect for a summer wedding.

Our bride chose some eggplant linens for the reception to tie in the girls' lavender dresses and to still have that pop of color for summer. We arranged the centerpieces in a low lush using a glass cylinder with green hydrangea, stock, berries and buttons - this kept the look simple, sweet and fun!

Big thank you Darwin M. Garza Photography for the photos!