We love a country romantic wedding, and this one was picture perfect, right down to the bride's blue cowboy boots! Callie and Trever tied the knot at The Willow Ballroom, a charming rustic elegant venue located along the Sacramento River, just 15 miles south of downtown Sacramento. Weddings by Scott and Dana were on hand to photograph this beautiful day. Lace, antiques, wood, silver and a some sparkle mingled effortlessly with the romantic seasonal flowers Callie chose to use
Not only did Kimberly and Kevin catch each other's hearts, but their wedding captured the essence of "Rustic Elegance." They held their festivities at the Blue Goose Event Center, a historic fruit shed, in the quaint town of Loomis, California, nestled at the base of the Sierra Nevada foothills. The wooden barn-like building with galvanized tin walls provided the "rustic," while the gorgeous gowns, florals and soft wedding color palette added the "elegance." Thanks to Angeli
White rose petals and flickering candles lined the aisle, leading up to a wooden arbor dripping with hydranga and rose floral garland. Deanne and Nathan's sunset ceremony at wedding at Catta Verdera Country Club in Lincoln, California was a romantic affair.
Bride Deanne's bouquet was composed of an elegant color palette of purple, eggplant, cream, champagne, and blush toned florals. We used seasonal flowers for all the floral designs which included bride Deanne's favorites:
What do you get when you combine fresh, fun, vintage and military? Kerri and Nute's wedding at the Citizen Hotel in downtown Sacramento! Bride Kerri is all smiles on her Big Day, surrounded by her bridesmaids who are dressed in gorgeous navy blue dresses, carrying complimentary ivory and buttercream bouquets. Great color combination! The hand-tied bouquets feature white lilac, scabiosa, hydrangea, sweet pea, ranunculus, veronica and roses in creamy white and buttercream yell
We can't help it. Country-chic weddings make us blush! And in all sorts of shades too: soft peach, delicate pinks, shades of ecru and warm white, and even a pop of rich coral. We had the honor of incorporating our floral designs into Noelle and Steven's wedding. We used seasonal flowers - which happened to be the bride's favorite blooms - dahlia, ranunculus, coral hypericum, coral and cream/soft yellow peony, orange pincushion protea, the “seeds” from seeded eucalyptus, scabi
Amy and Tim's wedding at Del Paso Country Club combined the peacock-inspired colors of navy, lime green and ivory. This lovely classic color palette popped in front of the bridesmaids' navy dresses, not to mention looked great with the gorgeous green lawn and blue sky as well on wedding day. We designed Amy's florals using seasonal flowers: blue delphinium, white roses, white ranunculus, green hypericum berries, green gladiola blossoms and blue hydrangea, plus peacock feather