Monday, December 31, 2012
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Jennifer and Conrad have impeccable taste. They wanted a crisp and clean look with all whites, ivory and cream colors with just a touch of blush in some of the pieces.
The mix of garden roses and hydrangea made beautiful, full and fluffy bouquets. The bridesmaids wore black dresses, so their bouquets had a little blush added to them.
The barrel room at Jacuzzi Family Vineyard in beautiful Sonoma was the perfect romantic setting. The round dome area is where the ceremony took place among candlelight and olive trees.
Large urn centerpieces opened the way to the ceremony seating. These were later moved and used
at the reception.
The large wrought iron candelabras look like they belong in a castle. They are very majestic and were stunning when decorated with draping orchids and roses.
The boutonnieres were backed with olive branches and surrounded with green hypericum berries.
The Flower Girl carried a cute white and green kissing ball.
The chairs had white bouquets of mixed flowers with accents of ornamental grasses.
The olive trees that lined the back wall of the ceremony had white and green centerpiece in the pots.
After the ceremony these centerpieces were put around the archways in the stone courtyard.
This grand entrance leads out to the courtyard. It is such a gorgeous place for the couple to have photos taken.
Tall olive trees separated the ceremony from the dining area in the barrel room.
Different size mason jars with grasses, berries and various white flowers decorated the tables in threes. The jars were all different sizes and were surrounded with votive candles.
Peonies were out of season, so large, fluffy football mums were used.
Each napkin was adorned with an olive branch. Look how cute the olives are on this branch!
Park Ave. Catering provided these menu cards for each napkin.
Triple mason jar centerpieces gave a touch of rustic to this stylish wine country wedding.
A big Thank You to Quintana Events for planning and coordinating this beautiful wedding!