Posts Tagged ‘romantic wedding’
A Beautiful Day
Congratulations Sam & Warren!
What an amazing day and evening – the guests were here for a good time, the weather was stunning, the natural light shining down through our skylights was unbelievable. We couldn’t be happier to host such a magnificent loving wedding celebration – it was truly all about the couple, their family, their friends, and the love you felt throughout the room.
Congratulations Katie and Mark! This May wedding was truly special, from the heart-warming speeches to pink hydrangeas and exquisite food. We loved the minimalist decor that allowed the room and garden to shine.
Congratulations Cecilia and Tom! What a stunning wedding it was…from the wedding ceremony on our covered open air deck to the plated dinner service, to the decor of dark leafy vines adorning every table. It was a night to remember and we are so happy we could help make these moments come to life.
Photography by Bo Youm
Congratulations Yasmin and Jamil! Alicia Keats went above and beyond with planning this gorgeous golden wedding reception. From gilded plates to cursive hand written place cards, the entire restaurant was turned into a room fit for a king and his queen. The decor was complete with soft pink and white hues in the flower arrangements, and petite bouquets of lavender at every setting. Simple elegance. Truly, nothing compares to that sort of theme with a backdrop of the lush green gardens.
Photography by Gucio Photography
A Romantic Midsummers Night Wedding
Congratulations Genelle and Emery! We are so excited to share the romanticism behind their mid-summer wedding, showcasing how to turn Shaughnessy Restaurant into a space where dreams and memories are made. It’s wonderful to see the space transformed: Hanging twig globes, white and green bouquets, babys breath, and dim lighting. All of these elements are uniquely theirs and it makes for the most stunning photo opportunities. Their vows took place later in the day, giving the afternoon sun a chance to glow as they said their ‘I dos’.