There is something about the Sierra Mountains that are just so damn beautiful. And that crisp mountain air is hard to beat. This next wedding is really special to me. The bride and groom chose a timeless white and green color palette, which we executed with lots of leafy textures and ruffly blooms. Feast your eyes on these images by Team Kay Kroshus.
For the bridal bouquet, we chose the most ruffly, girly blooms we could find. Fragrant garden roses, white peonies, the dantiest ranunculus, baby dahlias, then added textural elements like spirea, astilbe, hellebores, and bits of Italian ruscus. Our groom’s boutonniere received similar treatment, topped off with some soft ribbon. We were really proud of how the ceremony turned out. The large round arch was full of stunning florals - viburnum, hydrangeas, peonies, garden roses, with lots of lush smilax and spirea for texture. The aisle was dusted with white rose petals, and topped off with large arrangements on wine barrels.
We continued this floral theme into the cocktail and reception area. The small bar arrangements and fresh floral backdrop for the photobooth were the perfect transition into dinner, where a lush tablescape awaited the guests and bride and groom. Soft linens, dreamy florals, lots of candles - it was just perfect.
A mountain sunset can’t be beat, and the bride and groomed danced late into the night. And despite the cool temps, the fire, the passion, the love (the alcohol) kept all the guests warm and going all night long. Congrats to Kristen and Dan, wishing them a lifetime of happiness.