Vintage Elegance at the Vizcaya: Romantic Pink, Ivory and Soft Green Wedding Flowers
Alicia and Andrew said their "I Dos" at the Victorian-era Vizcaya Mansion and Pavilion, located in midtown Sacramento. A vintage-inspired color palette of pale pink, ivory and soft greens with touches of gold and dusty blue felt right at home at the historical venue and set the tone for the romantic wedding. The bouquets featured peony, roses, ferns and eucalyptus. Beautiful photos taken in the onsite landscaped gardens were captured by Jessica Roman Photography.
This dress! Loving the elegant design details of the straps.
The groom's boutonniere features a white rose and delicate fern leaves.
The men look handsome in their suits and boutonnieres.
…and break into song!
Singing all the way to the altar!
The Mother of the Groom dons a pretty corsage, backed with fern leaves, while the Father of the Groom sports a boutonniere with two rose blooms and two rose buds, plus ferns.
A carpet of white rose petals softened the brick aisle, while gold and glass lanterns with white candles marked each chair row.
A large floral swag and garland adorned the ceremony trellis arch, backdropped by courtyard's lush green ivy wall.
We love when the groom carries the bride's bouquet!
The gold and glass lanterns were also used in the centerpieces surrounded by rose buds, fern and eucalyptus leaves and gold votives.
The sweetheart table featured a floral garland and a center spray of white hydrangea.
The two-tiered white wedding cake was decorated with painted gold bands and soft peony blossoms.
What a beautiful day!
Vendors Photographer: Jessica Roman Photography
Venue: Vizcaya Mansion and Pavilion
Florist: Visual Impact Design