Our recent trip to Willow Creek Winery for Haley and Ben's wedding was classic in theme but packed quite the punch in the sheer amount of details. We are thrilled to be establishing a stronger hold of really transforming an entire space to match the floral style of our clients, steadily outgrowing the days we only made bouquets and centerpieces.
Emily Wren Photography is another vendor who we know takes style to heart - for every arrangement we place, there are at least 5 images to show the different angles and dimension. Emily is one of those photographers that you do a little fist pump when you see her name. There's never a doubt she's going to deliver a package that exceeds expectations, and she's nailed down a method to event photography that is proven perfection over and over again.
Take a look for yourself, below!
Haley's style was very airy with garden vibes. A mix of blush dahlias, dusty miller, light orange spray roses, pink roses and touches of greenery gave a lot of texture to this pretty piece.
Ben's bout was very chic, a small white spray roses with touches of eucalyptus and white hypericum berry to go with his grey tux.
Haley's ladies wore an array of different color gowns, all pulled together with matching bouquets of roses, berries and dusty miller.
The ceremony space was a garden sanctuary, with a background of the vineyard providing a lush green backdrop. The florals on the altar and down the aisle stood out nicely to create a beautiful focal point for Haley and Ben to say their vows.
Custom signage, trailing ribbons and full arrangements to adorn the wine barrels made for lovely ceremony details.
Moving into the reception space, we had a lot of fun tackling the different corners of the room. The large stone mantle and wooden place card table were especially fun pieces to dress up the way Haley pictured her perfect day.
Love love love this piece.
For Haley and Ben's guest tables, we varied the centerpieces depending on the size of the table. The longer tables had garland runners and scattered floating candles to help guests feel connected. For the smaller tables, our gold mercury elevated trios were placed in a mix of roses, dahlias, hypericum and greenery - these beauties seriously look so good no matter where we use them and this event was no exception. Touches of olive napkin treatments was just the right touch to bring the whole look together.
We gave the couple's sweetheart table the royal treatment, making it seem as if the garden was growing right up from the floor around the table legs. A garland was draped towards the front with candlelight and rose heads giving them an ultimate sense of romance for their first meal as a married couple.
The final touch on our day with Haley and Ben was making sure their cake looked almost too good to eat - rose heads, hypericum berries and olive sprigs made sure this dessert went along with the rest of the decor.
Congratulations, Haley and Ben! XOXO