Posts Tagged ‘rustic wedding’
Pretty in Pink
Congratulations Aly and Maral! It was so special to celebrate these two amazing people under a grey March sky. The room looked stunning; the lighting was perfection. It’s a true testament to our venue that no matter what – rain, shine, or snow – the room is always captivating. The decor was perfect in pink florals and pink cupcakes and the green backdrop paired perfectly. From mingling outdoors on our covered and heated deck to dinner and then dancing, the night was sensational.
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
An Intimate Wildflower Wedding
Congratulations Tyler and Hayley! It was so special to not only host their reception, but to also have this lovely couple say “I do” on our gorgeous garden oasis patio. It was a smaller, intimate crowd, one that enjoyed laughs and wine under the twinkling filament bulbs on the outdoor covered deck. Some very special moments were captured during the speeches, where kiwi vines wrapped and entertained outside the windows, becoming the perfect backdrop to every photo captured. The simple, rustic, and elegant decor matched perfectly to the garden elements, allowing the bride and groom to shine all evening long (and as they should). We hope you are as inspired by this beautiful wedding as we are.
Photos courtesy of Mathias Fast Photography
A Beautifully Rustic Wedding
Congratulations Corinna and Mike! The couple wed on our 75 seat patio just as the sun was setting. It was a beautiful evening that started with cocktails after the ceremony, dinner to follow, and ending with some ‘get-down’ dancing. The decor was modest but perfected in the small details of sprigs of rosemary and trails of dried leaves. The bundles of flower arrangements on wood vases added a chic element to the rustic theme. It was the perfect evening to enjoy drinks on the patio and an even lovelier evening to share smiles, laughs, tears, and embraces with friends and family of the bride and groom.
Photography courtesy of ShoeBox Photography