From the moment I met Kim, I couldn't wait to do her wedding. She was full of ideas and photos and swatches and on and on. Her enthusiasm was contagious. She contacted me from recommendations from two previous brides I worked with, and we hit it off immediately. She and her Fiance were getting married at Garre Vineyards in the Livermore wine valley. Their colors were green, white/ivory and chocolate and the style was clean, fresh, young and fun!
The Maid of Honor carried beautiful green parrot tulips with a touch of brown berries.
The bridesmaids carried fluffy bouquets of white sweet peas.
The bride carried a dainty bouquet of her favorite lily of the valley and white sweet peas.
One of my favorite things about this wedding was the groom's boutonniere. The bride wanted something different that reflected the winery surroundings and looked a little more rustic than most. My other favorite thing is how the couple had this cake topper custom made depicting the two of them, complete with lily of the valley bouquet and wreath boutonniere.
So Darn Cute!
Toss bouquet with a little mixture of all the flowers from the wedding.
Love it when the studio is filled with flowers like this. Smells divine!
The aisle way was strewn with ivory and green rose petals and green button mums.
The guest tables had a crisp clean look. They had the guests commenting on their whimsical nature. You could often here ..."is that real grass"?
The sweetheart table also boasted a favorite photo of their fur kid.
The complimentary entry table centerpiece looked beautiful in the glowing lime color scheme.
The guests celebrated under twinkle lights and green and white paper lanterns.
I hope to post some of the professional photos soon, shot by Dawn Stoloff photography.
Wedding coordinator was the wonderful team of Lisa and Ricardo of BV Weddings.