Hi guys! I know it’s been a while, but we did such a gorgeous bouquet last weekend and I really wanted to share it with you all! Last weekend we did a wedding at Scribner Bend, it was such a nice little wedding. It was early in the morning on a Sunday, the weather was a little on the dreary side, but there was something about the crisp chill and the smell of campfires that really did wonders for the ambience! Our bride was not your typical girly foofy girl. Tina is ex military and an avid scuba-diver, even planning a scuba trip to Honduras with her new hubby! We really wanted her flowers to showcase her as an individual. Choosing the colors pink and black showed guests that she is girly too, but we tried our best to put an edgy spin on it (I’m pretty sure it was a mission accomplished). We were so stoked to get peonies this time of year! Huge pink peonies, black and white striped air plants, monkey tails, grey brunia from Africa and the nicest dahlias from Figone were the perfect combination to set off the right look. Wrapping the bouquet was a total no brainer and the striped Midori ribbon was just the right touch of off beat edgy. I hope you enjoy the few photos I snapped!
This past weekend, we worked with Heather Jones (now Heather Tankersley) on her wedding to Steve at a vineyard in the Sacramento area. The two got married at Scribner Bend Vineyards this past Saturday, and it was gorgeous weather, wonderful company, and overall a very stylish occasion. Being an avid bridal blogger, Heather likes to stay informed on all of the new bridal trends (which was so fun for us)! Going for a rustic country vibe and still being able to play off of their vineyard venue, the couple wanted to stay true to their roots and play up the barn. We constructed a charming set up for the dessert table, which was placed directly infront of the barn and tables were set up across from that. Sweet treats were provided by Sugar and Spice http://www.sugarandspice.me/ and photography by Cinzo Photography http://cinzophotography.com/. To see more information on the venue please visit http://www.scribnerbend.com/events/weddings/ Here are some of the photos we snapped over the weekend, we hope you enjoy them!
This week, oh my! What a treat we have for you. Amanda and Ryan, first of all, are the two coolest people ever and we love them tons! They have amazing taste, so working with them was an easy fit for us (not to mention a BLAST)! Amanda had been in contact with us for some time before her wedding this past weekend. We knew that we would be a good fit for her, both of us are attracted to rustic vintage trinkets and antique fair finds. The appreciation for all things anthro-inspired was definitely a mutual feeling. Just a few days before the wedding we were told that all of the ladies in the bridal party were decked out in BHLDN http://www.bhldn.com/ (if you don’t know what this is, it’s anthropologie’s fabulous bridal line). The combination of golden mustards and silvery grays were such a nice contrast with the distressed facade of the Preston Castle.
Preston Castle has quite the fun story in itself. Rumored to be haunted, it served as a boys house years and years ago. It was closed down in nineteen sixty and has only been re-opened and doing events just recently http://www.prestoncastle.com/. Basically, this place was screaming for some cool party filled with artsy folks! ….Needless to say…that’s exactly what it got! Here are some photos we shot the day of and we will keep you posted on the professional photos when we receive them! Share the photos and give us your feedback. Hope this can brighten up your Monday!