Sara and Cameron were a wonderful and easy going couple with a definite vision.
During all the chaos of the pandemic in early June of 2020, they were forced to make changes to their original plans and venders. With a wonderful referral from venue-owner, Michael at Via Vecchia Winery, we were able to make this vision come true. With coordination by planner, Natasha Churches of Aisle and Company, not a detail went unrealized. It took a truly talented team to pick up where our dear couple left off with their previous vendors in the early stages of a pandemic. Natasha of Aisle and Company and and Michael at Via Vecchia were absolutely the ones to make this happen, as they always go the extra mile for their couples, taking time to get to know their exact vision and bring it to life. The same graciousness is extended to many other vendors who collaborate with Via Vecchia and Aisle and Company, such as Got Ya Covered Linens. The strong connection and vendor relationship we have built over the years really makes our designing for them and their clientele a joy.
Sara’s bouquet was an eye-catcher full of so many colors and wonderful textures from dried florals. Coffee break roses stood out in this boho-inspired loose gathering of blooms. Her bouquet also featured dried yarrow, white statice, peach carnations, apricot lisianthus, miscanthus, short pampas grass, quicksand roses, cappuccino roses, sahara sensation spray roses, salmon ranunculus, and was finished off with olive foliage.
Sarah’s maids were beautiful and fun in their dark green and rust colored dresses. Their bouquets reflected that of Sara’s with plenty of texture and color. Dried money plant really stands out, also including Peach Juliet garden roses, carnations, quicksand roses, statice, peach lisanthus, coffee break roses, olive foliage and blue star fern from our potted plants.
Due to all the changes needed to keep everyone safe during the pandemic, Sara and Cameron’s ceremony was half traditional and half California-style seating.
These baskets filled with our dried and fresh flowers are perfect accents to this metal backdrop for their ceremony. Arranged asymmetrically with a variety of flat, medium and large baskets that gives a definite boho look.
Dried flowers, fresh flowers and grasses filled these large baskets stacked on each other and spilled over one another making a dramatic display to stand in front of to say their “I Do’s”.
Bleached money plant, babys breath, yarrow, blue echinops, rust amaranthis, knifeblade acacia, lisianthus, cappuccino roses, ranunculus, dried oats, quicksand roses, olive foliage, carnations, bunny tails, dried nigella, secret garden mauve roses, and rose amnesias were all parts of this display.
Large blue glass vases lined the aisle with tall bleached pampass grass.
After the vows were exchanged and Sara and Cameron were pronounced man and wife, Natasha restaged their ceremony display, for the reception, with the sweetheart table so the newly weds and their guests could continue to enjoy their beauty.
Detail shots for this ceremony were AMAZING! Jessica Love did a fantastic job capturing these and getting every beautiful angle. https://www.jessicalovephotography.com/
The seating chart was adorned lush sprays matching the rest of the theme. Different roses darting out and making you smell them!
These perfect vases were provided for the display of their bouquets and coordinated so well.
So many details for these tables. Half of the tables were inside and half were outside per protocol due to the pandemic but that did not stop Sara, Cameron and Natasha from putting together an astounding wedding with all the details.