Traditional Elegance in Alamo, California

A couple whose warm loving energy fills a room and makes your heart feel full. This exquisite wedding started off with their ceremony which was held at the St. Isidore Church located in Danville, California. This venue was kept simple because the beauty of the church was enough in itself! To add a pop of romance and color, we decorated the first, third, and fifth pews with hand-tied arrangements filled with white, blush, and merlot florals. The bride’s bouquet was arranged using garden and tea roses, lisi, and touches of olive and eucalyptus greenery, for a more garden look. The bridesmaid bouquets were smaller version of the bride’s, adding in marsela dahlias and pops of scabiosa, finished off with a wrap in blush pink satin and chiffon ribbon. For the reception, we moved over the the Roundhill Country Club in Alamo, California. We livened up the reception with our low lush gold footed dish centerpieces, arranged with white, blush, merlot bridal flowers and accents of greenery. On the sweetheart table, we created a long and low arrangement using mostly whites and greenery. Some accent tables were decorated with a eucalyptus garland with tucked in white and merlot roses. Lastly, we topped the wedding cake with blush and merlot roses, and hints of greenery.

Photography by Brian MacStay Photography

Hair by Katy Marshall

Makeup by Haley Belle Beauty

Dress by Essence of Australia, bought from Janene’s Bridal Boutique

Cake by Le Gateau Elegant