When you hear California Wine Country, you probably first think Napa or Sonoma. But did you know that just outside the Bay Area, on the other side of the Diablo Range in the San Joaquin Valley, there is a quaint and cozy wine town called Lodi - full of approachable, friendly vineyards growing all sorts of red varietals. Our next couple, Annalisa and Adam, chose to get married right in the heart of Lodi at St. Anne’s Church and the charming inn of Wine & Roses. Scroll for more pictures of their day!
For the bouquets, Annalisa and Adam chose a pretty blush and cream color palette to pair with the white and navy dresses. We filled the bouquets with fragrant garden roses and stock flower; ruffly dahlias and unique anemones; bushy protea and whimsical veronica for texture; and lots of greenery to fill in the spaces.
For the reception, we created the longest floral table runner we’ve ever made, at nearly 22’ long! The massive head table seated 18 people, and no matter where you sat, you had a pretty view of the floral runner, full of dahlias, roses, hellebores, carnations, and tulips. The remaining dining tables had an assortment of garlands or floral arrangement. And finally, the pièce de résistance was the 3-tier wedding cake - so absolutely simple except for the additions of the cute little flowers. I thought the garden spray roses and mini ball dahlias were just the perfect touch to the cake. Wishing Annalisa and Adam a lifetime of happiness! And many thanks to Mason & Megan for the darling photos!