Rustic Wedding

Last spring we were the event coordinators for a wedding here on the central coast in Templeton California!  Summer and I helped the bride and groom design, create flower arrangements and coordinate the big day.  Here are some pictures we hope you enjoy.

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The bride loved succulents and had a picture of a bridal bouquet that she loved.  We got our inspiration from there and expanded.  An urn with a large bouquet was on each side of the door at the front of the aisle.

The boutonnieres and corsages were designed with succulents grown by the bride several months before the wedding, and the matron of honor carried a bouquet similar to the bride’s.

ImageThe bride walked down an aisle covered with rose petals.  The ceremony was in front of the hacienda under the trees.  The guests sat in a semicircle around the bride and groom.

ImageThe reception was in the back of the Hacienda overlooking the hills.  Cocktail tables with simple centerpieces were scattered around the patio.  We took three wine bottles, wrapped them with lace and green jute and filled them with roses and some fill.

ImageAppetizers and desserts were served after the wedding.  Brownies, cookies and wedding cake decorated the table under a pergola.  A chandelier hung over the table. Tara Stumph did a fabulous job with appetizers.  It was nothing short of spectacular!  Hostess du Jour designed the dessert buffet.

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The cake was a work of art done by Amanda Craner.  The lace from the flower arrangements and succulents from the garden were used to decorate and the cake was displayed on the dessert table.  Flowers were arranged by Hostess du Jour.  Photos were taken by Summer Schmitz.  And the special moments were capture by Ryan Lee Films.

Thank you Jason and Lina for allowing us to be a part of your wedding.  It was so beautiful.  You both did a great job planning and designing your day.  It was a beautiful reflection of you both.  We wish you a lifetime of happiness and beauty.

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