It was Natasha and Jeff’s wish to have a wedding that focused heavily on family and friends. As many of their guests had traveled to San Ramon in order to attend the wedding, the couple remembered the most amazing part of their day as just being able to enjoy the celebration with the guests. Choosing beautiful venue – The Bridges Golf Club- to host their celebrations, this bride’s wish was to have a W-day that is simple, elegant, and very dramatic. The venue provided black tablecloths, silver charger plates, and I needed to compose the gorgeous red flowers that would highlight the wedding room with a view of the hills in the distance. (more…)
One of the most difficult decisions that my clients often face when considering their color palette for wedding flowers is whether to feature color or not! Sometimes my lovely customers seem to put themselves into a tailspin over the choice of considering color versus a neutral white palette; it is most definitely one of the more challenging decisions to make. As you will see from this gorgeous wedding flowers concept featured below, color worked perfectly for Christine and Matt’s bright and beautiful Piedmont Community Hall wedding day.
Rosa with a love of flowers was super excited to work with me to create a unique country vintage wedding style for her floral concept – Shades of Summer Wedding, it was a beautiful and romantic summer wedding to be a part of, and I had such fun creating her designs. Rosa and Jerson were married at The Terrace Room with the gorgeous view of the Lake Merritt and sharing the celebrations with them were great friends, much-loved family, and a couple of cute flower girls that sometimes stole the show!