Ok, I apologize in advance for the gushing I’m about to do but…WOW! what a beautiful wedding!!! So many beautiful details, such an amazing location, such GREAT people!Â I really can’t say enough nice things about this wedding that Sunny and her family and friends hand crafted. It was held at a family friend’s home in Sebastopol, where they have a replica of an old west town. They owners were friends with a prop person from Hollywood and in addition to the town there are antique buggies (including one from “Gone with the Wind), vintage cars and all sorts of other amazing props around the property. In fact the bride got dressed for the day in the “Saloon” – jokes about the brothel upstairs were a vital part of the gettin’ ready 😉
On to the photos!
I’m not usually a fan of jordan almonds, but don’t these look just perfectly adorable in the little nests?
Sunny’s friend from Oregon, an organic farmer, brought some dyed blue chicken eggs to adorn all the tables – such a great little touch!
I’m also a sucker for colored shoes – these blue heels looked so cute peeking out from under her dress!
Doesn’t she look happy?
I adore the suits the picked out for the men – dark cream colored linen. Very classy.
The new couple’s last name is St. Germain which is also the name of a liqueur made from elderflower blossoms. These custom St. Germain cocktails were served to the guests before the reception.
The cake continued the robin’s egg blue color scheme, with the lovely pop of orange dahlias – really a great pallete.
I’m a sucker for the juxtoposition of the bride and groom all dolled up in front of the rundown old blacksmith shop!
And of course a lot of dancing well into the night!
Congratulations, you guys! Enjoy your honeymoon and all the rest of your new life together!