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Kate and Edward

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Heather and Ryan

Heather and Ryan

We were in Carmel for Heather and Ryan’s wedding.  It felt as if everything blooming in the gardens surrounding the church and Pasadera Country Club was blooming just for couple.  The bougainvilleas at the Carmel Mission  matched Heather’s wedding palette perfectly.  It was wonderful working with a couple who knew what they wanted and allowed us the space to achieve that vision.

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Pat & Lindsay

Pat & Lindsay

Lindsay and Pat at Fogarty Winery

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Sarah and Jon at Kohl Mansion

Sarah and Jon at Kohl Mansion

Sarah and Jon held a blush pink and sapphire themed wedding at the Kohl Mansion for their family and friends.  The most thoughtful detail was perhaps the bridal party accessories.   Sarah wanted to pay homage to her’s and Jon’s parent’s marriages by using the same flowers they did years ago.   Her  bridesmaids each carried a different bouquet, while hers was a  union of all the flowers used in her mother’s wedding.

 

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Erin and Andrew

Erin and Andrew

Erin and Andrew happens to be one of the sweetest and most fun couples we have ever worked with.  The UCLA graduates both live in Southern California but grew up in the  South Bay, so it was only natural to celebrate their wedding in the Bay Area.  Erin, the bride, came to us with a theme of cameos, ballet and dance.  We took the idea and ran with it.  The blush pink wedding held at the Montalvo Center for Arts in Monte Sereno, California featured an incredible amount of details all pointing back to Erin’s original idea of cameos and dance.

Erin chose a teardrop shaped bouquet which included peonies, ranunculus and hydrangeas.  The special detail: tulle from her mother’s veil skirted the bouquet reminiscent of a ballerina’s tutu.  The Candy Buffet was right out of an old apothecary or penny candy store, a nod to romance and nostalgia.  We did not forget Erin’s wish of cameos.  Featured behind the bride and groom’s chairs we hung silhouettes of the couple.  Not enough details, you say.  How about a tree adorned with 1001 hanging cranes?  As per Japanese tradition, Erin’s family lovingly folded 1001 cranes to bring happiness and luck to the couple.  We wish the couple happiness and prosperity as well.

      

                          

      

 

Venue: Montalvo Center for the Arts

Event Decor and Flowers:  Flower Divas

Food:  Le Papillon Catering

Cake:  Studio Cake

Photography:  Michelle Walker

Our wedding is featured in Ceremony Magazine!  Check out the spread at Michelle Walker’s Blog.

 

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